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Your child's first dental adventure

On the first visit to the dentist, you and your child will be received with all the love in the world by our staff and the FIRST TIME form for you to fill out to help you become familiar with our practice.


When visiting us, you can always expect a positive and enjoyable experience for the whole family. During your child's first date, we will perform a preventative cleaning to promote a healthy smile. Your child's teeth and gums will then be carefully examined to ensure that their oral health is on track and that they are free of any dental problems.


After the preventive treatments, we will talk about your child's oral health and we will recommend a personalized treatment plan for the success of your smile.


The initial visit will provide you with a friendly and caring introduction to our DENTAL HOME, where lifelong relationships begin. The “dental home” is a space designed and decorated so that children do not fear their dentist.


The first visit should always be pleasant and positive and it is recommended that parents look for "a dental home" for their children when their first tooth appears or at the latest at one year of age. But if you have an older child, it's never too late to

taking care of teeth!


Our team never uses words that could cause children unnecessary fear, such as “needle”, “prick”, “fear” or “pain”. We also recommend that parents or family members do not use them either. At the clinic we choose words according to the age of each child,

nice and not frightening.


Initial time spent with your child will include, but is not limited to, home care instruction, nutritional counseling, evaluation of growth and development of the jaws, age-appropriate orthodontic evaluation, as well as a clinical examination comprehensive document that will describe existing dental concerns.


We design an individualized treatment and care plan for your child, advising him on every aspect of his oral health.


Our goal is to gain as much trust from your child as possible and overcome apprehension.


For the safety and privacy of all patients, other children who are not being treated should remain in the operating room. reception with a supervising adult. You are welcome to accompany your child at all times during their visit to our office.


If you have dental insurance, we invite you to bring the form and our staff will help you.


In the event that your child has caries disease, the objective will be to first treat the risk factors, in order to achieve health comprehensive oral health, and at the end, an individual preventive and hygiene program will be selected to maintain oral health.


In most children, the experience is pleasant and even fun. To all the people who work in the practice dental, we like working with children and we know how to treat them, but you, as parents, play an important role in encouraging your child and promoting a positive attitude towards the visit.


CLINICAL PROTOCOL OF THE FIRST VISIT


- In this appointment the child will be given the Clinical History and Anamnesis

- Clinical examination of the teeth.

- Dental cleaning.

-IFO to the child and their parents (information on dental development, oral hygiene, healthy snacks).

- Recommendations.

- If necessary, x-rays will be taken.

- Treatment plan and then review with parents.


WHAT SHOULD I BRING TO THE APPOINTMENT?


ENJOY A FUN AND STRESS-FREE SPACE

Here are some appointment essentials to bring:


Your child's favorite toy or blanket. Whether your child has a favorite stuffed animal or blanket, invite them to bring it for increase your courage and promote safety during your visit.


HOW TO PREPARE YOUR CHILD FOR HIS VISIT TO THE DENTIST?


PREPARING FOR SAFE SMILES TO GROW


We believe that one of the best ways to support your child's smile is to make dental care fun, together. If your child's appointment is coming up, here are some meaningful, everyday routines you can incorporate to prepare him for a lovely dental visit:


BE YOUR BRUSHING PARTNER

Go up to your child, play your favorite music and sing a song together while you brush and floss. This will encourage positive associations with their oral health and preventative care, preparing them for thorough, professional cleanings at the dentist.



MAKE YOUR CHILD EXCITED

Recognize your child's efforts to achieve a healthier smile by using positive language about the dentist. encourage actively participate in your oral care by allowing you, for example, to choose your toothbrush. By letting them know how proud you are of them for taking care of their teeth, your little one will feel more confident visiting their dentist friends.



EDUCATE YOUR CHILD THROUGH PLAYFUL LEARNING

Introduce your child to the fun world of dentistry by playing together or enjoying a variety of picture books to children and educational videos about dentistry. This educational approach can help your child understand what to expect in their appointment, making you less likely to be anxious or scared when it comes time for your checkup.



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