My First Visit

At your child’s first dental visit, we tailor all treatment to your child’s needs. For babies and toddlers, we can treat them in the chair or on mom or dad’s lap. If your child will not tolerate our prophy cup (“spin brush”), then we may do a toothbrush prophy (cleaning). If parents prefer a private room, one is available. We will determine if X-rays are needed based on your child’s age, space between their teeth, and risk of decay (cavities). Once a child is around six years old, we begin taking a large panoramic X-ray to evaluate the development of the permanent teeth, to check for missing or extra teeth, to evaluate the jaw joints and sinuses, and to check for any possible pathologies/ abnormalities. When needed, we will make the proper referral to a local orthodontist. At the end of each cleaning/ exam, we recommend you child receives the fluoride application. At that time we will then discuss any recommended changes that need to be made to diet or home care, and we will also explain any treatment that is needed and all possible treatment options. The front desk will help schedule and answer any insurance or payment questions you may have.

Financing & Insurance

We accept most insurance plans and offer membership plans for those without insurance.
Please give our office a call today to schedule an appointment.

Membership Plan

No insurance? No problem! We offer payment plans via CareCredit. We also offer memberships:
  • $175 for one exam, cleaning, fluoride varnish, and unlimited X-rays, OR
  • $300 for two exams, cleanings, fluoride applications, and unlimited X-rays

Both of these membership plans also include 15% off of sealants and other treatment!

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Blogs

7/20/2022

Can Fruit Juice Cause Tooth Decay?

Fruit juice is thought of as a healthy way to give children the vitamins they need. Juice is packed with sugar and acids that can cause damage to your child’s teeth. Teaching a child good eating and drinking habits is important, so they do not expect to have juice all of the time.

9/12/2022

How Do I Prepare My Child For Their First Dental Visit?

Planning your child’s first dental visit can be stressful. Many parents wonder when the perfect time is to bring their child in for their first exam.

9/12/2022

How Do I Prepare My Child For Their First Dental Visit?

Planning your child’s first dental visit can be stressful. Many parents wonder when the perfect time is to bring their child in for their first exam.

7/20/2022

What Is the Correct Age To Take Away a Child’s Pacifier?

Pacifiers offer comfort and help to reduce stress in infants. Many parents wonder when it is appropriate to wean their child off the pacifier.

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