Learning how to achieve and maintain a healthy smile is very important, and we enjoy starting early with our young patients here at Texas Tiny Teeth Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics. Our doctors and our dedicated staff prioritize education at every opportunity, starting from the very first appointment. If you and your child are ready to get started, don’t hesitate to give us a call in Greenville, Melissa, Sachse, Frisco or Irving TX! Five convenient office locations are available to make quality pediatric care well within your family’s reach.
Although there are countless general dentists out there who treat patients of all ages, parents and their children can look forward to an extra-special, personalized experience here at our offices. As a children’s specialist, our doctors excel at helping our patients feel at ease and right at home. Plus, he has all of the pediatric information you need to know as your child grows, including the following:
Of course, young patients are very likely to become nervous when faced with visiting the dentist’s office for the first time. Take a look at these additional tips for how to make their time spent here as enjoyable and headache-free as possible!
As a pediatric specialist, our doctors have plenty of experience working with all kinds of children, and that includes those who have special needs that need unique accommodations. Our whole team loves seeing these patients, and we look forward to giving them the friendly, personalized approach they need to smile with confidence. We will also be sure to educate family members and/or caregivers on the right techniques for ensuring personal oral hygiene over the years, as some patients will not be able to brush and floss on their own at any point.
One common children’s dentistry service we find ourselves recommending often is a space maintainer. If your son or daughter ends up losing a “baby” teeth earlier than normal, a space maintainer can help keep this space in their smile open for the permanent tooth that’s still developing under the gum line. Otherwise, the surrounding teeth may begin to shift in an effort to fill that space, which could require more involved orthodontic treatment later on in life.