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Gentle Pediatric Dentistry in Campbell, CA

Giving Your Kids the Gift of Good Oral Hygiene

As a parent, you will always care deeply about the health of your children, finding the best means necessary to ensure long, healthy lives and healthy smiles to go with them. Fortunately, the professional pediatric dentistry services provided by Moradi Signature Smiles are here to help to make that happen! Our child oral health specialists understand just how scary a trip to the dentist may seem for young patients. That’s why we take the time to make you and your kids feel comfortable, walking you through the entire visit step by step, so you know what to expect. From infant oral health exams to preventative dental care, you can count on our professional team to set down a solid foundation for a lifelong love of good dental health.

Kid-Friendly Dental Services

With over two decades of experience in pediatric dentistry, the exceptional team at Moradi Signature Smiles is eager to provide you with the fear-free dental services your child deserves! We offer:

Effective Preventative Dental Care

At Moradi Signature Smiles, prevention is always the best policy when it comes to your child’s oral health. By seeing your children early in life, our experienced team can reduce the risks for dental decay or infections by teaching them the proper procedures for brushing and flossing. During the exam, we can also check for early signs of developing orthodontic problems or gum disease, many of which can be corrected or reduced in severity to ensure better long-term results.

Helpful Tips for Maximizing Your Child’s Oral Health

We love making kids smile, so if you have any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to ask!

  • Starting at birth, clean your child’s gums with a soft cloth and water.
  • Avoid putting a child to bed with a bottle filled with anything other than water.
  • When teeth start erupting, brush twice a day with soft-bristled toothbrush.
  • Start using a smear of toothpaste at age 2.
  • Use a fluoride toothpaste when your child is old enough to spit it out.
  • Floss your child’s teeth daily until they can do it themselves.
  • Maintain healthy eating habits and avoid sugary snacks.
  • Visit a pediatric dentist every six months.

Your First Visit

The American Dental Association recommends bringing your child in for their very first dental visit around one year of age or when they start cutting their first teeth. At this time, our experienced dental team will provide you with important information on teething and how to establish an effective home care routine. We will also conduct a risk assessment to determine your child’s likelihood of developing cavities or gum disease and provide helpful advice on preventing injuries to the mouth and teeth.

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