Santa Ana Dental services
- Oral Exams
- Treatment Planning
- Teeth Cleaning
- Tooth Repair
- Fluoride Treatment
- Protective Sealants
- Preventitive Treatment
- Gum Disease Diagnosis
- Tooth Repair
- X-Ray Examination
Preventive dental care is important throughout life, especially at a young age. By practicing good oral hygiene at home and scheduling regular checkups with the dentist, your child can help keep her smile bright and healthy for many years to come. Here are a few simple ways to prevent the build-up of plaque and cavities:
Frequently Asked Questions
When should I take my child to the dentist for the first check-up?
In order to prevent dental problems, your child should see a dentist when the first tooth appears, or no later than his/her first birthday. Click below to read more about preparing for your child's first visit to the dentist's office, and best practices for making your visit a success!read more
How often does my child need to see the dentist?
A check-up every six months is recommended in order to prevent cavities and other dental problems. However, your dentist can tell you when and how often your child should visit based on individual oral health concerns.
How can parents help prevent tooth decay?
Parents should take their children to the dentist regularly, beginning with the eruption of the first tooth. Then, the dentist can recommend a specific program of brushing, flossing, and other treatments for parents to supervise and teach to their children. These home treatments, when added to regular dental visits and a balanced diet, will help give your child a lifetime of healthy habits.
Toothpaste: when should we begin using it and how much should we use?
Fluoridated toothpaste should be introduced when a child is 2-3 years of age. Prior to that, parents should clean the child's teeth with water or non-fluoridated "tooth and gum cleanser" and a soft-bristled toothbrush. When toothpaste is used after age 2-3, parents should supervise brushing and make sure the child uses no more than a pea-sized amount on the brush. Children should spit out and not swallow excess toothpaste after brushing.
Bristol Dental Group Highlights
For your convenience, we accept Visa and MasterCard. Bristol Dental Group also offers no interest financing based on approval through a 3rd party financial company. We strive to provide all patients with affordable dental care.
Relax, You're in good hands
Bristol Dental Group has been designed and staffed to meet the special needs of treating children. We focus on delivering excellent, compassionate dental care in a fun and playful environment that makes brushing, flossing, and tooth care fun!
Great with Kids
Most importantly our staff members are great with kids and are experts in guiding children through the dental experience. We look forward to welcoming you to our dental family and providing your family with a stress-free exam and cleaning.