Children's Dentist in Burlington, MA
Children’s Dentist in Burlington, MAAt the office of dentist Richard Lewis and children’s dental specialist Dr. Gillermina Schafft, we believe in these three cornerstones of dental care for children;
1. Prevention of decay and gingivitis.
2. Maintaining baby teeth to hold proper spaces for adult teeth.
3. Making dental care a positive experience.
We want our patients to have a good foundation so they continue to go throughout life to the dentist without fear.Our office environment is non-threatening and very child-friendly.
Watch a video interview with our Pediatric Dentist on YouTube.
Call us at (781) 272-5890 or email us at email@example.com – we’re happy to answer any questions you may have.
What Age Should My Child Start Seeing a Dentist?
We generally recommend your child make their first visit to the dentist no later than age 3. Although if you notice notices any kind of problem they should be seen as soon as possible. We encourage parents to schedule dental visits as early as six months of age. This visit would have the dentist check the gums and the mouth. It would also set the tone of familiarity of the dental office as a safe and supportive environment.
What Dental Services are Provided for Children?
We offer the latest in technology and procedures for children’s dentistry. These include preventive dental care such as regular check-ups, cleanings, fluoride treatments, and sealants. We always educate parents on the health of their children’s teeth and gums. We also provide white fillings, extractions, treatment for orthodontic problems (such as crowded teeth, early loss of teeth from tooth decay). We place sealants on molar teeth as they erupt. We also offer white fillings and Teen Invisalign.
How Often Should My Child See a Dentist?
We recommend at least every six months. Sometimes we might recommend more frequent visits. For example, children with braces (orthodontics) are usually seen more frequently.
How Would You Choose a Dentist for Your Child?
We recommend looking for someone with formal training in a program accredited by the American Dental Association Board. Also, we recommend looking for a Pediatric Dentist certified with the American Board of Pediatric dentistry. In our office Dr. Schafft is a board certified children’s dental specialist. Her technical skills are extremely high and she handles children very well. They feel safe in her care.
Book a dental appointment for your child today
Feel free to contact us today to learn more about dental care for your children.