Kid-Friendly Dentistry For Healthy Smiles
If you are looking for kid-friendly dentists who are dedicated to healthy smiles for kids, look no further than Kool Smiles.
The dentists in our kid-friendly dental offices are experienced in taking care of children so they can enjoy healthy and happy smiles with the best quality care.
Why Kool Smiles?
When it comes to children, we know that parents want only the very best dental care available.
At Kool Smiles, we know how important it is for kids to get great dental care from an early age. Our dental offices specialize in taking care of children's smiles in a friendly environment that will make you and your children feel comfortable and safe.
Early Dental Care Leads To Healthy Smiles for Kids
Teaching children how to take care of their teeth is an important part of their health routine.
Teaching good oral hygiene habits from an early age will help your kids take care of their teeth properly and ensure that they have healthy and happy smiles for life.
At Kool Smiles, we work hard to give your kids healthy smiles from their very first visit by teaching them how to:
- Brush properly
- Floss effectively
- Use fluoride treatments
- Eat a tooth-friendly diet
Why It's Important to Take Your Child to the Dentist
Did you know that 43% of children ages two through 11 have untreated dental cavities? When your kids are Kool Smiles kids, you can be sure that they will have good dental health for life.
Bringing them in for regular checkups, x-rays, and teeth cleanings is an essential part of their health plan. Regular treatments will ensure that your Kool Smiles dentist is able to check for cavities, any alignment problems, and other issues.
By doing this, dentists can fix any small problems that may arise so that bigger problems don't pop up in the future.
Schedule an Appointment for Your Child Today
If you're ready for beautiful smiles for your kids, call us to make an appointment at one of our kid-friendly dental offices today. Our dentists can't wait to help you achieve beautiful and healthy smiles for your young ones.
National Institute of Dental Research: http://www.nidcr.nih.gov/DataStatistics/FindDataByTopic/DentalCaries/DentalCariesChildren2to11.htm