Children’s Pediatric Dentistry
Dentistry for kids is a little different than adult dentistry. For pediatric dental care, you really need a kids’ dentist you can trust. At Sunset Dental in Piqua, OH, we have experience with dentistry for children and provide high-quality kids’ dental care. Our pediatric dentist, Dr. Lytha Miller, DDS, knows how to interact with children in a way that makes their trip to the dentist fun rather than scary. Here are a few things to know about your child’s first appointment so that it can go smoothly.
Before Your Visit to the Kids’ Dentist
Often, fear of the dentist starts at home. Pay attention to the language you use when talking about the dentist and try to avoid using any scary words like “drill.” That also applies when talking about your own dental appointments. If you make going to the dentist sound like a normal or even fun experience, your kids will pick up on that.
Your Child’s First Appointment
At your child’s first appointment, you can accompany them back into the office so that they’re more comfortable and you can stay informed about your child’s dental care. Your pediatric dentist will clean your child’s teeth and check their mouth to make sure their teeth are developing properly, and there are no signs of cavities or other oral issues.
After that, your child’s dentist will likely have some tips for your child on how to properly care for their teeth, and you’ll have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have, as well!
If you’re looking for a “pediatric dentist near me,” look no further than Sunset Dental in Piqua, OH. We’re always happy to take on new patients. Call our office at 937-773-8090 to make an appointment for your child today!
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Dr. Lytha K. MillerDDS (Doctor of Dental Surgery)
I am passionate about dentistry and helping people achieve oral health. This is why I educate my patients about the connection between dental diseases and heart health, stroke, diabetes, and overall wellness.