When the time comes, does one choose a family dentist or a pediatric dentist for their child’s dental care? Well, simply put, a pediatric dentist is the pediatrician of dentistry. With years of specialty training after dental school, pediatric dentists treat only children – from infants, toddlers, adolescents to children with special needs.
At Pediatric Dentistry of Mullica Hill, Dr. Marc Albano says, “We treat your children like they’re our own and understand that every child is an individual; unique in their experiences based on age, cognitive development, and previous medical and/or dental visits.”
The dental issues of children are very different from those of adults. We all want the best care for our children from the most highly trained and qualified professionals and with a pediatric dentist that is exactly what you get. From the start, a pediatric dentist chooses to work with children and knows how to make them comfortable and feel safe on every dental visit. It’s important that the dentist and the staff know how to speak to children in a way that helps them understand their treatment.
The pediatric dental office is a true child-centered visit; starting with the office décor complete with games, the fun flavored toothpaste and a trusted staff that loves working with children. Having the right equipment to accommodate smaller mouths and sensitive baby teeth is important and you’ll find that at a pediatric dental practice. Additionally, pediatric dentists are trained to give specialized treatment to children with special needs.
“Our pediatric dental practice is based on love for children with the desire to provide a safe, comfortable and friendly place for them to learn about caring for their teeth, keeping a healthy mouth and taking pride in their smile,” says Dr. Albano. “We are dedicated to providing excellent pediatric dental care for our family of patients in a safe, fun and positive environment.”
Pediatric Dentistry of Mullica Hill
Published (and copyrighted) in Suburban Family Magazine, Volume 14, Issue 7.
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