How Long Does it Take To Become a Pediatric Dentist?
Pediatric dentistry is the specialty of dentistry that focuses on the oral health of young people. After completing a four year dental school curriculum, two to three additional years of rigorous training are required to become a pediatric dentist. This specialized program of study and hands on experience prepares pediatric dentists to meet the needs of infants, children and adolescents, including persons with special health care needs. Pediatric dentists are concerned about your child’s total health care.
Can Pediatric Dentistry Help with Dental Phobias?
Dental phobias are often rooted in childhood, so it is essential that the child feel comfortable, safe, and trusting of the dentist from the outset. Pediatric dentists use sedation dentistry to help young patients relax during dental procedures.
Why Should Parents Choose a Pediatric Dentist?
Good oral health is an important part of total health. Establishing us as your child’s Dental Home provides us the opportunity to implement preventive dental health habits that keep a child free from dental/oral disease.
We focus on prevention, early detection and treatment of dental diseases, and keep current on the latest advances in dentistry for children. Pleasant visits to a pediatric dental office promote the establishment of trust and confidence in your child that will last a lifetime. Our goal, along with our pediatric-trained staff, is to help all children feel good about visiting the dentist and teach them how to care for their teeth. From our kid-friendly office designs to our communication style, our main concern is what is best for your child.
We are insurance friendly and are a preferred provider for many insurance plans. We’ll even help you file your claim! Call Anchorage Pediatric Dentistry today at (907) 562-1003 if you have any questions about payment options for your child’s dental treatment.