A child’s first visit to their pediatric dentist in Noblesville can feel scary at first. At our dental clinic, we believe that a pediatric (kids) dentist should be looked at as a friend of the family, ready to set your child up for healthy oral habits.
According to the American Dental Association, a child should visit the dentist by the age of one. Most parents, however wait until a child is two or three.
Whatever age your child is on his or her first visit, you should consider doing the following before your child's first appointment:
Your child’s first visit to your pediatric (kids) dentist will be brief, often no more than 15-30 minutes. This will give Dr. Deldar a chance to bond with your child and ease any concerns your child may have.
This visit is about building trust. Do not worry if during the first visit your child is uncooperative. This is common and Dr. Deldar will happy to reschedule.
If all goes well during the visit, Dr. Deldar can proceed with the dental check-up.
Discuss with Dr. Deldar your child's best practices for healthy teeth. Depending on the need, he may complete a gentle cleaning and take X-rays of your child’s teeth. Dr. Deldar, your Noblesville kids dentist, will also answer any questions you or your child have about dental visits and treatments.
If you have been searching for a "kids dentist near me" or "best kids dentist near me" look no further! Our dental clinic is also serving the communities of Indianapolis, Carmel, Fishers, Westfield, Lapel, Hamilton County, and surrounding areas in Indiana.
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