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Dental Cleaning For Children

Some children will experience their first dental cleaning on their first visit, while others will not. Typically, a child’s first visit consists of an introduction to your child’s oral health and what steps should be taken to maintain it. When your child receives their first set of baby teeth is generally when your child will receive their first in-office dental cleaning.

It is important to make sure your child’s adult teeth grow in well, which is why our dentists carefully examine your child’s teeth, gums, jaw, and bite. If our dentists notice any signs of plaque buildup, then your child will be recommended to have a dental cleaning performed.

It takes a special kind of dentist to work with children in the dental chair: a pediatric dentist. We want to make sure their first impression of dentists is a positive one, as this could impact them when they are older. Our pediatric dentists know what makes children happy, making sure they leave our office with a smile on their face.

Testimonials

★★★★★ In my opinion, Dentistry For Children NV is one of the best Dentist Practices in Las Vegas. Dr. Dennis Clark and his staff are the best. They treat you like family and have a genuine interest in your wellbeing. I used to hate going to the dentist because of feeling like I was just another patient. All of which, went away when I scheduled my first appointment with Dr. Clark.
J. Alires

 

★★★★★ I came to Dentistry For Children NV fleeing from my previous dentist, and it was the best decision. Dr. Clark was very professional and caring and listened to my concerns that were not taken into account at my previous doctor. The office was very clean and orderly and the staff was very friendly and knowledgeable and you can tell they take not only dental hygiene seriously but cleanliness in general as a big priority.
A. Monarrez

 

★★★★★ You all are amazing!! Thank you for making me comfortable and feeling good about going to the dentist again!! :)
L. Cornejo

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