Keep your child healthy with regular check ups
This is the
perfect time to learn about the importance of healthy teeth. Your
child will depend on his teeth for the rest of his life. Eating,
smiling, even proper speech requires strong, healthy teeth and
gums. Your child's success in life will be determined by his health
and his education. You can assure both by following some easy,
common sense rules.
Many parents believe that it is not important to care for "baby"
teeth. In fact, your child should have a combination of adult
and baby teeth - now, or very soon. If you child has not been
to the dentist yet, it's time for a dental check up. The best
time to take care of dental problems is before they start. Dental
cleanings and preventative treatments, like sealants and fluoride
treatements reduce the need for complex treatment later - and
at a lower cost and increased comfort for your child.
Don't wait. Schedule an exam today. Most dental offices are very
busy just before school starts. Getting needed treatment now will
reduce or eliminate last minute stress.
Healthy teeth are essential for your
child's success in school and in life.
Call your dentist before school starrts and schedule an exam.
You should expect to have your child's teeth examined by the dentist.
X-rays are an important way to detect decay between teeth and
show other problems like extra or missing teeth. A cleaning will
remove tarter and germs that cause gum problems and tooth decay.
Finally, an application of professional strength fluoride will
strengthen teeth against decay. And, don't forget to get any other
treatment recommended by the dentist.
30 years of Quality Pediatric Health Care
are dedicated to the health of your child's smile, and
have been since 1968.
are a private, non-profit service. Our mission is to care
for your child's dental health by providing high quality
services at an affordable cost.
fees available to everyone
insurance plans accepted
equipment used to assure your child's health and comfort
child centered office
care for children who are handicapped
3003 Hospital Drive
(next to Clermont Mercy)
Batavia, Ohio 45103
8:00am - 4:30pm
732-2277 ext. 2
new patients up to age 18
scheduling your child's first dental appointment between the ages
of 18 months and two years of age.