We understand that going to the dentist can be a frightening experience for children. That's why we try our best to create a relax and fun environment for your kids.
Dr. Ghafghazi has over 20 years of dental experience. He always dedicates 100% of his expertise to his patients. And he also strives to keep up with new technologies.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. We try our best to educate you and your children good dental habits.
Hey, everyone makes mistakes and so do us. Please let us know where we need to improve on and we promise we will get better!
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There are many reasons primary or “baby” teeth are important for your child. They allow children to chew properly, speak clearly, and they also help to form a path for the permanent teeth to follow when it is time for them to erupt.
Many children have gaps between their teeth when they first erupt. The back teeth get closer together over time. Daily flossing (with a parent’s help) should begin as soon as the first teeth come in contact with each other. In some children, the first two teeth are already in contact.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that every child have their first dental visit by their first birthday or within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth. This allows the dentist to monitor the development of the oral tissues and gives the parents a resource for information about their child’s oral care.
Find the tooth. Only rinse the tooth if it has dirt on it… do not scrub the tooth or clean it with anything other than water. If possible, holding the tooth by the crown, replace the tooth into the socket and hold it there with gauze or a clean wash cloth. If you cannot put the tooth back into the socket, place it into a clean container with either milk, or the child’s saliva. Get to the pediatric dentist’s office quickly (or call if it is after hours). Your chances of saving the tooth increase the faster you act.More FAQ
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