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Anchorage Dentists Share Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Your Kid’s Dental Care April 29, 2016

Anchorage, Anchorage County
Anchorage Dentists Share Frequently Asked Questions Regarding Your Kid’s Dental Care, Anchorage, Alaska

When it comes to kid's dental care, routines that promote good oral health and hygiene should be established early in a child’s life. Visits to a pediatric dentist are critical to this budding process, and it’s expected for all parents to have questions about their children’s dentist. Alaska Dentistry for Kids, located in Anchorage, AK, staffs professional and experienced dentists who are able to answer all the important questions and provide essential dental care to children.

Bringing your child into the dentist’s office isn’t quite as nerve-wracking when you understand the process. Here are three frequently asked questions regarding kid’s dental care, with answers from Anchorage's dental experts:

  • When Should Your Kid Visit The Dentist For The First Time? Children should attend their first dental appointment as soon as their first tooth comes in and no later than their first birthday. Even though they’re young, it’s important to establish good oral hygiene. Alaska Dentistry for Kids has a wealth of experience in kid's dental care, providing routine checkups, cleanings, and more to patients of all ages, from very young to grown adults.
  • kid's dental careHow Often Should A Child Go To The Dentist? While your dentist would be able to give you a more specific time frame based on your child’s needs, children should generally visit the dentist every six months. The friendly staff at Alaska Dentistry for Kids takes extra care to ensure all clients enter a happy, comfortable environment so that each dental cleaning is a breeze.
  • How Can You Make A Diet Safe For Children’s Teeth? For children to maintain healthy smiles, it’s imperative they receive well-balanced meals and a limited amount of sweets. Your local dentist will be able to advise certain foods to eat or stay away from based on your child’s specific needs. Alaska Dentistry for Kids will help parents determine a healthy diet that promotes the best in kid's dental care.

Don’t delay scheduling your child’s dental appointments. Alaska Dentistry for Kids provides quality dental care to children of all ages, from cleanings and checkups to fillings and root canals. To learn more about their services, call (907) 274-2525 or visit their website today.

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