Good dental health starts from childhood. Parents should instill a good oral hygiene routine in their kids early on so these habits would stick throughout their lives. Pediatric dentists are recommended for children since these dentists have experience in treating dental issues that specifically affect children. Our pediatric dentists conduct their practice in a way that makes children feel comfortable. Read on to find out more about our online consultation services for pediatric oral health issues.
Each child has different needs and skill levels, so parents may need to help them brush their teeth. Our dentists are happy to guide and assist you with brushing your child’s teeth. If you are unsure of the age that your child should start brushing his or her teeth, or if you are having trouble getting your children to brush their teeth, our team at The TeleDentists is here to support you in this exciting journey!
Tooth eruption is a stage in tooth development where the first tooth begins to push through the gum line when a baby is about six months old. Parents can make the first dental appointment for their child after the appearance of the first tooth or by their first birthday. If you want to know if your child’s teeth are growing in the right place without any abnormalities, talk to one of our dentists today!
Dental phobia affects both children and adults, though children are the ones who are most affected. Having a phobia of going to the dentist can lead to problems, such as increasing the risk of cavities and decay. Most children with dental phobia may have previous bad experiences with the dentist that caused them to have anxiety and fear. Have your child talk to one of our professionals at The TeleDentists before heading to the dentist's clinic. Video chatting is a great way to calm the nerves before the actual visit.
Losing baby teeth is a big milestone. Your child will now start to grow permanent teeth that will last a lifetime. If you or your child have any concerns regarding losing baby teeth, speak to our tooth fairy at The TeleDentist today!
If you notice your child is grinding their teeth, you may be wondering if this behavior is normal. Teeth grinding or clenching while sleeping is very common amongst children. Tooth grinding is not necessarily a disease, but the severity varies widely from a few instances to a hundred times in the night. The more severe the tooth grinding, the higher risk of damage to your child’s teeth. If the clenching or grinding is excessive and is causing harm to your child, it is important to set up a video chat with us as soon as possible.
Why Choose The Teledentists’ Dental Services for Your Pediatric Oral Health Concerns?
Maintaining good oral hygiene starts at home. However, it does not end there. Regular visits to the dentist are essential to keep your child’s teeth healthy. At The TeleDentists, we provide services that cater to you and your child’s needs.