Children’s Dentistry – Wichita Falls, Texas
If you have a child, you don’t have to worry about taking them to a separate specialist, because our team at Wichita Falls Dental also provides routine dental care to young patients as well! We understand that smiles that are still growing are at a higher risk of decay and oral health problems, which is why we make sure that no stone goes left unturned during each of their checkups and cleanings. To schedule an appointment for you and your little ones, contact our dental office today for addult and children's dentistry in Wichita Falls, TX!
Why Choose Wichita Falls Dental for Children’s Dentistry?
- Caring & Soft-Spoken Dental Staff
- Effective Cavity-Prevention Treatment
- Trustworthy & Honest Dentist
Dental Checkups & Teeth Cleanings for Kids
Because your child’s mouth is still in its growing stages, routine dental checkups and cleanings are crucial to keep their smile healthy and happy. During these appointments, we’ll capture X-ray images of their mouth to make sure that none of their teeth are trapped below their gums and that they’re developing properly. If we see any signs of cavities, we’ll make sure to let you know and administer treatment so they don’t get worse. Finally, we’ll thoroughly clean, polish, and floss their teeth to make sure that no plaque or tartar has time to linger in hard-to-reach places and cause problems to arise down the road. We’ll also go over oral hygiene instructions with your child and teach them effective ways to maintain their oral health between their 6-month cleanings & checkups.
Small smiles are at a higher risk of developing decay because your child is still learning how to take care of their teeth and gums by brushing and flossing properly. To help protect their smiles and make it easier for them to clear away plaque and food debris, we offer dental sealants. These are clear, protective shields that we paint over the biting surface of their molars to keep food particles from settling in the deep crevices and attracting harmful oral bacteria. This keeps them from developing cavities caused by plaque and tartar accumulation.