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Pediatric Dentistry in Boynton Beach, FL

Smile Boynton has been helping children in Palm Beach County enjoy confident smiles and positive dental experiences. Our dentists understand that pediatric dentistry can be intimidating and scary for a child. Smile Boynton offers gentle, compassionate, and caring pediatric dentistry to help younger patients learn the importance of good dental hygiene, as well as showing up to school flashing a confident and beautiful smile.

Whether you are looking to get your child started on routine dental cleanings or you believe a more serious procedure or appointment may be in order, our office of experienced dentists are here to help!

Dental Hygiene for Children

Teaching proper dental hygiene at a young age is critical for future dental health. As soon as a baby shows it’s first tooth, it is important to begin daily brushing. It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry to take your child to their first dentist appointment by their first birthday.

Pediatric Dental Services

Infant Oral Care

Starting a child on regular visits to the dentist is important for not only their dental health, but developing a positive attitude towards going to the dentist! It is recommended to take your child to their first pediatric dentist appointment by their first birthday.

Around the time a baby is 6-8 months old, their first teeth should be coming in. Monitoring and caring for these teeth is critical for avoiding conditions such as Baby Bottle Tooth Decay.

Baby Bottle Tooth decay is when a baby’s teeth are often exposed to liquids containing a bunch of sugar. A baby sleeping with a bottle that is full of anything except water can increase the chances and severity of decay.

Adolescent and Teenage Dentistry

As a child ages, their dental needs change. Furthermore, around the teenage and adolescent years a child can develop harmful habits, such as smoking or chewing tobacco, or oral piercings. Maintaining an ongoing appointment schedule and seeing a dentist at least twice a year can help a teen maintain a healthy smile and good oral health.

Pediatric Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies can happen to anyone at any age. Teenagers and children often exhibit more high-risk behavior which can lead to some unexpected trips to the dentist.

Knocked-Out Tooth

After school sports, while incredibly beneficial for development, can lead to unintended injuries such as a tooth being knocked out. Having an experienced pediatric dentist can be critical in resolving the issue with minimal damage. Time is a factor in saving a tooth. When going to visit the dentist for a knocked-out tooth, be sure to transport the tooth in either milk or a container of your own saliva to help preserve the tooth.

Broken Tooth

A broken tooth can not only include physical trauma, but a huge dent to a child’s self confidence if they feel their smile is now unattractive. If you or your child has endured a broken tooth, be sure to contact your pediatric dentist as soon as possible.

Pediatric Dentist Near Me

Do you want to schedule an appointment for your child to meet with an experienced and caring pediatric dentist? Contact an experienced Boynton Beach and Palm Beach County Dentist today. We have been in business over 40 years and would love to help you!!