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We are true pediatric specialists...

Many general dentists identify their practices with the description of "Family Dentistry." Parents are often unaware that general dentists are not required to have additional training beyond graduation from dental school in order to treat children. But, Pediatric Dentistry is a recognized specialty which requires an additional two year residency program after graduation from dental school Pediatric dentists are trained for the specific needs of children in the same way as pediatricians. This additional education includes child psychology, growth and development, prevention, restorative techniques, sedation, and general anesthesia.

We are dedicated to prevention and early detection...

A 2007 report from the Centers for Disease Control and Preventation states that  28% of children in the U.S. have at least one cavity by age five. The younger the child, the more difficult it is for the child to tolerate treatment. This is why "behavior management," including sedation and general anesthesia, is a significant part of a pediatric dentist's education and experience. So the idea is to avoid treatment for small children by preventing early dental disease.A 2003 American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement advises that early childhood cavities are highly preventable. We know this is true, and our practice is totally dedicated to avoiding the need to treat tooth decay in children under the age of six. At that first visit, we give a thorough explanation of dental disease, including the causes, risk factors and common myths about tooth decay. We are very successful at identifying the early signs of trouble so we can delay the progression of the disease.


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