Pediatric Dental Services
They may come into Raynor Dental shy, quiet, bouncing, boisterous or reluctantly at first. But no matter their mood when they arrive, the children and adolescent patients coming in for pediatric dental care bring an undeniable spark of light into our office. Please visit our Baby Teeth page for helpful dental care tips – and answers to questions frequently about office visits for our youngest patients. The American Dental Association’s Mouth Healthy Kids website is also a great resource for parents that includes brushing tips, interactive games, videos and downloadable coloring sheets to help kids get excited about dentist visits.
If you have a teenager no one needs to tell you they’re often a Q&A unto themselves. But luckily the American Dental Association has a dental health category specifically for Teens (which discourages piercing lips or any part of the mouth…ouch!). Needless to say, we’re equipped to support, guide and remind your young adult to keep up those healthy habits between office visits.