Posted November 27, 2016.
We love welcoming children to Pinecrest Dental! Dr. Tyler Williams and our team provide kid’s dentistry in Taylorsville, Utah, to help your child begin developing the good oral habits that lead to a lifetime of healthy smiles. We strive to provide children with positive experiences at our friendly dental office, and work hard to ensure they feel comfortable and safe. Give us a call today at (801) 503.0035 to learn more about kid’s dentistry in Taylorsville, Utah, and make your child’s appointment with our gentle dentist!
At our practice, we enjoy caring for patients of all ages, including children. We are pleased to provide pediatric dentistry to help you keep your child’s smile in good health. We encourage you to bring your child to our dental office every six months for a regular dental exam and cleaning. During this visit, our friendly dentist and dental team will gently clean your child’s teeth and check for signs of dental problems, such as tooth decay. Each member of our dental team is caring and gentle, and we are certain to put your child at ease. We understand that it is important to build a positive, trusting relationship between your child and the dentist at a young age, and we are dedicated to ensuring that your child feels comfortable and safe at our office. If you have any questions about your child’s dental health or oral development, we welcome you to ask us during the visit or by calling our dental office.
In addition to bringing your child to our office for regular check-ups, it is important that you help your child establish good oral hygiene habits at home. Teach your child to brush and floss their teeth every day, and help themmaintain a balanced, healthy diet. We invite you to call or visit our dental office today to learn more about pediatric dentistry and how we can care for you and your family.
1 in 5 Utah kids have untreated tooth decay…but you can help stop this epidemic! Bring your child in for preventative checkups and see this toothpaste tips below for healthy home habits!
To help prevent children’s tooth decay…use a smear of fluoride toothpaste (or an amount about the size of a grain of rice) for children younger than 3 years old and a pea-size amount of fluoride toothpaste for children 3 to 6 years old.
We love kids at Pinecrest Dental, and we below you will find some fun Kids Dental Coloring pages to download and print to help teach your family about going to the dentist.