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We get asked this question often: Can you treat my child that who is fussy, anxious, squirmy, wiggly

Yes! It is completely normal for children to sometimes be anxious when introduced to something new like a dental visit. While most children do extremely well with dental visits, some children are either fearful or anxious. We understand that some parents avoid taking their child to the dentist because feel their child will be uncooperative and sometimes parents are also fearful or even embarrassed. Please don’t be! We have been seeing children for 45 years and have been able to form enjoyable, trusting, and rewarding relationships with children whose parents likely felt the same way. Avoiding dental visits can make it more difficult for your child later on and we want the very best dental care for your child. Everyone deserves excellent quality dental care and we excel at providing a high level of personalized service to meet the unique needs of each patient. Especially little ones who need extra time and attention!

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry Healthy Smiles

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