Pediatric Dental Visits in Seattle

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The Benefits of pediatric visits

at green leaf dental

Our friendly staff and gentle dentists keep kids comfortable by treating them like our own
With a focus on preventive dental care, we help parents set their children up for a lifetime of good dental health
Routine visits help us catch problems early and reduce dental anxiety
when should i make a dentist appointment for my child?

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, your child should have their first visit to the dentist by their first birthday. During that appointment, the team will welcome you and your child into our office, making you both feel right at home. Dr. Yoni will answer any questions you may have about your child’s dental health and work with you to develop a positive oral care routine that will set you and your family up for success. Dr. Yoni has years of experience treating children and has an enthusiastic and outgoing demeanor that will make your child’s first visit memorable and exciting.

Green Leaf Dental also provides special needs dentistry to children and adults. If you'd like to make a special needs appointment, contact us today.

Why is it important to bring my child to the dentist?

Bringing your child in for routine checkups while they are young is vital to their dental health. Common dental issues and dental anxiety are much less likely if your child is comfortable with the dentist at an early age and is used to visiting the office on a regular basis. Developing a relationship with your dentist will help set your child on a trajectory toward positive dental health that will last a lifetime.

How can dental sealants help my child?

Dental sealants are a clear, protective layer that is painted onto your child’s teeth to prevent decay and cavities. Sealants are meant to keep the sugars and acids that cause decay off the surface of teeth, especially the hard-to-clean back molars. They are most effective for children and teens who do not yet show signs of cavities or decay. If you’re interested in protecting your child’s dental health with sealants, give us a call today to schedule an appointment.

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