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It is important to us that your questions about oral health care are answered completely. On this page we've provided answers to some of the questions we hear most frequently. If you have a question that's not listed here, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Yes we do! Dr. Goel and Dr. Chiang have years of experience working with very young children. Our office has a kid’s play zone to keep your child busy. Pediatric dentistry requires a certain skill set and our dental team are trained to help young children feel comfortable so that they can enjoy the dental appointment and be encouraged to take care of their oral health. The main goal is to establish proper oral hygiene and dental care for your child’s lifetime. If we can make the first few appointments stress free and enjoyable, the more likely it is they will grow to see dental appointments as a positive event. We encourage you to bring your child in for regular exams, in order for us to monitor the development of their teeth.
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This way we can detect problems early on and intervene. Most importantly, we want to ensure that your child does not associate trips to the dentist with pain and misery. So it’s important to make those first few experiences great ones! Call our Woodinville, WA dental office today at (425)-947-2727 to ensure you child has a great first step in their smile journey!
At Woodin Creek Dental, we believe fluoride to be essential towards protecting your child’s teeth. Fluoride can be found in the public water supply as well as in certain fruits and vegetables.
Establish Regular Dental Exams And Dental Cleanings
But depending on your area of residency (residents in rural locations live off well water as opposed to public) as well as your child’s susceptibility towards decay, your child may need additional topical fluoride treatments. It’s important to establish regular exams and cleanings so Dr. Goel and Dr. Chiang can keep a close watch on decay development as well as risk.
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They will determine if the topical application of fluoride is appropriate for your child. We love working on children and helping them develop perfect dental health, please call our dental team to arrange for a dental appointment in Woodinville, WA today!
Teeth have natural grooves on their chewing surfaces. If these grooves are deep, they can trap plaque and bacteria, and a cavity can form. Sealants are special resin material that is placed into the deep grooves to “seal” them up and prevent plaque and bacteria from getting trapped, thus preventing cavities. There is a lot of research behind the effectiveness of sealants as a preventative measure against cavities.
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If you think dental sealants could benefit your child call Woodin Creek Dental today at (425)-947-2727 to learn more information and book your next dental appointment!
At Woodin Creek Dental, we always advise continuing care (checkups and exams) for your child. That way, Dr. Chiang and Dr. Goel and detect problems before they grow and cause permanent damage to your child’s teeth. We have flexible hours and well-trained staff so we can often see all your children on the same day, to make it more convenient for you.
Maintain Oral Health At Home
The best defense against oral problems is good home-care oral hygiene, routine dental exams, and professional cleanings. As mentioned above, kids need to learn proper hygiene habits at a young age, to ensure good habits as adults. Regular brushing and flossing is essential. They will probably need your help up until around age 8. If your child insists on brushing herself, check to make sure they are doing a proper job. It is not unusual for kids to not properly brush their back teeth (harder to reach).
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If you have any questions please contact our Woodinville dental office today!
At Woodin Creek Dental, we love treating kids! We know how important it is for that all-important first visit with us to be a success. The future of their good oral health depends on it!
First, we want to let you know that Dr. Goel has many years experience in treating children of all ages. Dental care for your child requires a gentle, understanding touch, and he knows exactly how to take care of your child’s unique needs any time they visit.
Why Is My Child's First Dental Appointment Important?
Their first dental visit sets the tone for their future oral health care, and we go out of our way to make it pleasant and fun. Our dental office environment is warm and inviting - we even have a special child’s area with toys, games, and colorful posters.
Our team is sensitive to your child’s needs, and will treat your child as the unique individual that they are. We promise that we will do everything possible to make the first visit stress-free for you and your child.
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If it’s time for your child’s first checkup, please give our office a call. We will be happy to make arrangements for you to visit our dental office and meet our team. We want you to feel completely comfortable that your child’s oral health care is in good hands.
People often think that baby teeth are unimportant, due to the fact that they will eventually lose them and have adult teeth. However, this is a myth! Baby teeth are important to help your child speak and chew properly. They are also designed to be placeholders for the adult teeth that are developing inside your child’s jaw.
It Is Necessary To Fill A Baby Tooth?
Parents often ask us if it is necessary to fill a baby tooth. The answer is yes, in order to ensure that their adult teeth grow in with the proper alignment. If a baby tooth has a cavity that goes unfilled, eventually it will spread into the nerve and cause pain and serious infection, and the adult tooth underneath may not grow in properly, leading to misalignment and expensive orthodontic treatment (braces) to correct the problem.
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Please contact our Bothell dental office today if you would like to schedule a consult for your child.