Did you know that your child’s oral health is especially important to maintain as they grow up? The health of their baby teeth and the oral care they learn now can have life-long benefits… or consequences. We’re here to ensure your child’s teeth and jawbone are developing properly and are healthy as they grow. In our welcoming and fun Bowling Green office, we’ll help both you and your child feel at ease with our dentists and staff. As parents ourselves, we understand how unique each child’s personality is and know how to care for pediatric patients. You can rest assured that our experienced and compassionate team will provide quality pediatric dentistry in Bowling Green, KY for a positive impression that will last for years to come.
We’d love the opportunity to be your child’s dentist, whether you’re a patient of ours or not! Oral health can have a profound effect on physical health and confidence, and we believe that helping children care for their teeth from an early age can help them sustain healthier and happier smiles for life. When you first visit our office, you’ll immediately feel the welcoming atmosphere in our immaculate and open front waiting area. From here, you and your child will be introduced to our staff and made to feel comfortable in one of our patient rooms. Our main goal during your child’s first few dental visits is helping them feel relaxed and engaged so we can provide our pediatric dentistry services without them feeling intimidated or scared. We’ll share what you can be doing at home to help your child establish good oral hygiene and dietary habits that keep their growing smiles healthy. If your child has teeth, we’ll complete a thorough dental examination, too, as well as provide fluoride treatment and/or sealants. If your child has not yet visited the dentist, we encourage you to schedule an appointment with us and get them started on the road to great oral health!
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