Having a great first visit at a dentist can help you feel confident and secure, rather than frightened or nervous about returning. One especially important first visit is the visit of your child.
Parents often ask us when they should first bring in their child to the dentist. A specific age can’t be given as it depends upon each child, but a normal timeframe is between their first and second year of age. This is because children’s teeth have begun to develop below their gum – even earlier than they are born! The teething process and the configuration of their facial bones can be checked and watched if you bring them for early dental visits.
One great way to get your child used to the idea of the dentist is to bring them to your dental check-ups, or other easy procedures. This means that they’ll get used to the dentist office and see you happily having your teeth inspected. It’s not unusual that patients’ children then want theirs checked too!
So what to expect on their first visit? A child will generally need a quick examination to make sure the teeth and gums are healthy and that teeth can be expected to progress normally. This is usually just a visual scan and will take five to ten minutes.
A friendly first visit for adults too!
If you’ve just moved to the area or you’re looking for a new dentist than Core Dental Group will make you feel very welcome. Your first visit will be more chatting than anything else – as we get to know you, your mouth and dental history and any questions or concerns you have. Knowing about anything that has happened in the past in terms of your dental health, and anything you’d like in the future – such as whitening, veneers or implants will let us give you the best treatment possible.
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Next up is an examination to check the health of your teeth and gums. An X-Ray may be needed to check any problems that can’t be seen.
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