Your children can have stronger and healthier smiles when they receive routine dental care. We encourage you to bring your children to visit our dental office once every six months for regular check-ups and cleanings.

At these checkups, we will conduct a thorough oral exam to see if your child’s teeth are developing correctly and receiving the kind of attention they need.Then we will carefully clean your child’s teeth and check for signs of tooth decay and other issues.

Here at our family-centered practice, we take good care of your children. We want your children to feel comfortable and safe at our office. To that end, we make sure that each member of our dental team is compassionate and gentle and will put your child’s mind at ease throughout your visit. 

If you have any questions about your child’s care, please feel free to ask!

Your General Dentistry Options at Christensen Pediatric Dental

Our office makes an effort to provide so much more than just preventative tooth care. If you make us your dentistry of choice, you will have access to a wide variety of additional services and amenities.

  • Education – Good at-home oral hygiene habits are crucial for a successful smile. Brushing and flossing every day, along with eating a balanced diet, are the keys to great oral health. If you have questions or concerns, we will offer suggestions that can make your at-home care more effective.
  • Restorations – Some of the most common restorative procedures include dental fillings and crowns. These procedures can rebuild damaged or decayed teeth and restore your child’s beautiful smile.
  • Emergency Dentistry – Patients of any age are susceptible to dental emergencies. The good news is that we are here to help! If your child experiences dental trauma or a toothache, pick up the phone and give our office a call for personalized advice and a priority appointment.
  • Sealants – Sealants protect teeth, especially young teeth, from dental decay. Sealants smooth out the deepest grooves in teeth and prevent bacteria from accumulating in the pits and fissures.
  • Fluoride Applications – Fluoride is important to oral health, especially in pediatric dentistry, because it strengthens the dental enamel. We can apply a fluoride varnish to the surfaces of the teeth, which has been scientifically proven to decrease decay formation.

Contact Christensen Pediatric Dental Today

To learn more about our preventative and general care for kids, call our office today – (801) 845-3565.