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Dentistry for Children

Providing your child with specialized, kid-friendly dental care.

Braydich Dental is dedicated to providing children with the dental care they need in a comforting, caring environment. Your child receives expert care from a team of dentists and hygienists devoted to providing exceptional preventative and general dentistry services. We accommodate your child with a positive experience while educating them on proper oral health.

Did you know tooth decay is one of the most chronic conditions of childhood in the United States? Untreated, it can cause tooth loss and other infections in the mouth and body. The good news is, this can be completely preventable if your child has a regular brushing, flossing and rinsing routine in place at home and also takes regular trips to the dentist. Your child should see a dentist as soon as signs and symptoms of tooth decay or cavities begin appearing.

Taking your child to the dentist at a young age will provide them with the educational resources they need and ease any fears they may have about dentists. Routine checkups also help our dentists monitor how well a child is taking care of their teeth from one visit to the next.

Good oral habits will lead to even better oral health. This will give your child a better opportunity to thrive in school and other activities. Schedule your child’s next dentist appointment with Braydich Dental and get them on the road to a happy, healthier smile.

For more information, download our Quick Guide to Kid’s Oral Health for helpful tips on getting a clean mouth at top of your little one’s mind.