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Pediatric Dentists

A pediatric dentist is a dentist who specializes in the treatment of children. They generally treat children until they reach their upper teens. Pediatric dentists have the specialized knowledge to treat children since their teeth are still growing and moving. Pediatric Dentists have an additional 2-3 years of specialized training after dental school.
You should take your child to the dentist when his or her first tooth appears. Or by the age of 12 months if no teeth have come in by then.
Every 6 months for a general checkup and cleaning.
Sealants fill in the small spaces in the teeth. This keeps food and other bacteria from getting into these spaces preventing cavities. The sealant is painless to apply and will help protect your child's teeth for years with one application.
Generally, children lose their first tooth around 6 years of age which is when the first permanent molars start to come in.

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