Frequently Asked Questions
Our patients ask us questions all the time. We want to be sure our patients are comfortable and have the information they need to make informed healthcare decisions so we provide answers to some of the frequently asked questions.
Questions? Send it to us on the Ask Us Anything form under the FAQs and you'll get an answer!
Pediatric dentists complete two or three years of additional specialized training after dental school, which includes study in child psychology, behavior, growth, and development.
Children between 6 months and 3 years of age can go through teething as teeth erupt through gums. To help soothe the pain, you can use a cold clean teething ring, or clean cool washcloth applied to the gums.
At Advanced Children’s Dentistry, we use advanced digital x-ray technology which reduces exposure by 80% making it very safe for children. (or adults)
Since there are dozens of different dental plans, we need to review your specific coverage at our office.
We do accept, however, most major dental plans.
Yes, our pediatric dentist has had additional specialized training to work with special needs children. We also offer both nitrous oxide and on-site general anesthesia services.
A dental sealant is a liquid resin brushed onto teeth that have grooved or pitted surfaces to help protect them from cavities, also known as tooth decay. Applying a dental sealant is quick and painless.
Not every child needs braces. During their visit, we will evaluate growth factors and postion of existing teeth and advise as to what might be needed orthodontically. That may include fixed or removable appliances, spacer-maintainers or braces.
Ask Us Anything!
At Advanced Children's Dentistry, we want you to know everything about your child's Dental care; patient education is a priority. Have a question about our Dental Services, send it to us here and you'll hear back from us soon. Note: for questions about your account and concerns about quality of care, please use this form.