When should my child first see a dentist?
As a parent, you want to be proactive about your child’s health and work with a provider who puts them at ease. Dr. Coussa has a lot of experience working with children and building great rapport with them so that they enjoy coming to their dental appointments. He recommends that they start coming regularly to the dental office around the age of three or four years old, unless a parent has started to notice any issues early on with their teeth.
Dark spots on your child’s teeth may indicate decay, and you should contact our office right away to have your child examined. Sometimes it’s necessary to restore a baby tooth in order to maintain space for future adult teeth, and being proactive about your child’s oral health may make any treatment needed easier. Dr. Coussa also offers preventative options such as sealants to protect your child’s teeth from decay. Contact our office if you have any other questions about your child’s oral health.
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