Dentist Chantilly VA
These are some of the most common questions we hear from parents, and the answers we provide:
When should I schedule my child’s first visit to the dentist?
Our team recommends that you schedule an appointment for your child as soon as your baby’s first tooth develops. If your child does not have teeth by their first birthday, you should schedule an appointment so we can ensure their teeth are developing properly. You can help protect your child’s teeth by establishing a pattern of regular dental visits.
How is a pediatric dentist different from other dentists?
A pediatric dentist must complete additional education necessary to provide care to children. Pediatric dentists undergo two to three years of specialty training to treat the specific oral health needs of infants and children through adolescence, including those with special needs.
What happens during my child’s first visit to the dentist?
At your child’s first visit, you should expect to:
- Review your child’s history
- Respond to questions and concerns
- Bring any questions you would like answered
- Have your child’s mouth examined and cleaned
- Have our team help set your child at ease and make their visit fun
For other questions, please call our office. We’re here for you and your child.
Chantilly Dentist, PC
3910 Centreville Rd #200
Chantilly, VA 20151
Cosmetic dentistry has been around for ages. We’ve noticed that now, more than ever, people are concerned with overall wellness in addition to a beautiful smile. In past years, we had many patients come to us seeking whitening and seeming unconcerned with ridding their smile of infection and decay.
More recently, however, mainstream news has joined our efforts to educate the public on the oral & overall health connection. This has led to patients seeking care that will contribute to overall wellness. We’ve experienced a surge in questions such as:
1. Does periodontal disease really increase my odds of heart disease?
2. Does untreated decay lead to root canal therapy and risk eventual loss of the tooth?
3. Do oral lesions signify potential oral cancer? How is that screened and treated?
This increase in “Dental IQ” is leading to more comprehensive care for our community. It’s allowing us to provide dentistry which we know is in the best interest of our patients. Dentistry is not only about the aesthetic appeal of your smile. As many of our patients have been learning, valuable overall health benefits go hand-in-hand with preventive and restorative dental care.
If you’re seeking a dentist that contributes to your overall health and wellness, contact us today.
Chantilly Dentist, PC
3910 Centreville Rd #200, Chantilly, VA 20151