Rocklin Pediatric Dentistry
2241 Sunset Blvd, Ste. D
Rocklin, California 95765
Rocklin Pediatric Dentist
MAKE A SMILE ROCKLIN PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
Providing you and your kids with extraordinary friendly, healthy orthodontic dental care is always our mission at Make a Smile in Rocklin California. Our Rocklin pediatric dentistry team is passionate about teaching all our patients about the prevention of dental disease as they grow into an adult, which starts in our fun and interactive office environment designed just for kids. Our superb staff at Make a Smile Rocklin will ensure that your child receives high-quality dental care in a nurturing environment. At Make A Smile Rocklin Pediatric Dentistry, we are always delighted to see infants, children, and young adults in the office.
Your kids will surely love our fun waiting room, designed with kids in mind! The fun doesn’t end at our waiting room; we provide each patient movies in treatment rooms, video games, and lots of games and toys, sure to make them smile! The fun loving, friendly staff and dentists here at Make a Smile Dental Rocklin pediatric dentistry office go out of their way to work one on one with you and your kids, fully explaining diagnoses and providing you with a strong sense of confidence in your child’s treatment options. Serving as a continual source of comfort for patients and their guardians, we encourage parents to join their children in treatment rooms if they wish to do so.
Make a Smile Children’s Dental and Orthodontics office in Rocklin, CA is welcoming to all cases: patients of a young age, kids who require an extra-gentle hand with behavioral management, or clients with special needs. Our office is always up to date with the newest dentistry technology, entertainment, and distraction techniques. Our Rocklin pediatric dentists offer a variety of sedation services, including in-office nitrous oxide, oral sedation, IV, and hospital dentistry. Comfort is our top focus. Our focus goes way beyond just caring for your teeth.
How old should patients be to see a general Kids Dentist?
Make a Smile Rocklin pediatric dentistry office recommends that pediatric dental care should begin when a child’s first tooth appears. This generally happens around the age of six months old. Children should have lost all of their “baby-teeth” by 12 or 13 yers of age. Many teen patients continue receiving services from pediatric dentists and orthodontists well into their teenage years.
Read About Your Child’s First Visit to the Dentist
You might come into a Make a Smile pediatric dentist office in Rocklin more anxious than your children on his or her first visit, so try your best to stay relaxed! Our office is full of state-of-the-art orthodontics technology and vastly different from the pediatric dentistry office you remember as a child. You will be delighted to see how comfortable you and your children will feel in our office. A positive outlook on dentistry starts with your child’s initial office visit, and aids in successfully creating a life-long preventative plan for your kids and their smile. Your child’s first dental visit should be scheduled as soon as their first tooth erupts or before their first birthday. At your kids initial orthodontics visit, you can expect the following at our office:
- A thorough review of your kids medical and dental history
- Helpful tips on keeping your child’s teeth clean and healthy after nursing or bottle-feeding to avoid decay.
- To learn proper brushing techniques
- A comprehensive, non-invasive dental care exam to check soft tissue and
- A visit to the toy chest!
You may join your child during treatment at any time; however, we also welcome you to enjoy movies, toys, and video games with your other kids in our reception area. If you do plan on coming with your child during dental care services and treatment, try not to bring other children to that appointment, as space is limited in offices.
You should continue bringing in your child every six months to our Rocklin pediatric dentist office following their first dental appointment or orthodontics appointment for evaluations, professional cleanings and general mouth health. Keeping up with regular scheduled dentist visits, as well as brushing and flossing will reduce the risk of tooth decay.
CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Make a Smile pediatric dental in Rocklin strives to provide the best dental care services for your family. Some patients often present the dentist with unique challenges to pediatric dentistry, such as those with significant medical, physical, or mental disabilities. At our Rocklin, CA location, however, our pediatric dentists and orthodontists have received training to be able to best treat special needs patients in our practice, resulting in the formation of healthy lasting friendships with them and their caregivers. We assure a positive dental experience and services to all of our special needs patients, who are always attentively treated with gentleness by our staff in our pediatric dentist office.
Our efforts to significantly reduce the risk of preventative dental problems in our special needs patients such as tooth decay, is by teaching children and their caregivers preventative oral health techniques to protect their dental health. We aim to be the dentist you and your children can count on. Dental health is our priority for each of our orthodontics patients. Thank you for the opportunity to be your children’s dental option. We can’t wait to see your magic smile and sparkling smile. Remember to brush and floss twice a day! Please call ahead if you have any questions about pediatric dentistry insurance. Our dental patients are our top priority and our Rocklin Make a Smile staff is here to help and to provide high-quality dental care.
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Dental Gone Digital! We now offer digital teledentistry options!
Alongside all in-person dental appointments, Make a Smile pediatric dental now offers teledentistry care options to their patients. Teledentistry care has been around for a while, but is in demand now, more than ever. Providing safe care to all of our patients is important to our staff.