We understand that taking your children for a dental check-up has never been easy! At Dr. Nilawar dental clinic, our child-friendly staff and environment will encourage your child to look forward to the next appointment. We recommend parents should see the dentist as soon as the first teeth of their kid appear, usually around 6 months to their 1st birthday
What we do when your child visit us?
1. Comprehensive Oral Evaluation and Assessment using advanced diagnostics
2. Preventive Dental Care
- Fluoride Treatments
- Oral Hygiene Instructions
- Pit and Fissure Sealants
- Pulpotomy and crowns
3. Treatment under sedation and general anesthesia for children
4. Pediatric dental emergencies
5. Habit counseling and habit breaking appliances
6. Teeth straightening
7. Space maintainers
Parental Guideline For Preventing Tooth decay
Encourage and adapt your kids for the habits As early as possible:
- Brushing twice a day– morning and evening
- Do not leave them to sleep with the milk bottle
- Use a toothpaste with optimum amount of fluoride
- Avoid sugars and sugary foods for kids
- Encourage them for eating of fruits, vegetables, no sweetened yogurt
- Feed them with calcium containing food such as milk, cheese
- Educate your kids about dental carries and importance of oral hygiene
Do’s and Don’ts
Your child’s dental visit to Dr. Nilawar dental clinic will be made much easier, just follow the instruction:
- When you about take your kid to the dentist, tell them that you are visiting a friend or uncle or aunty, who is also a dentist who love kids and we will just check the teeth.
- Tell your kids, that regular dental checkup will protect the teeth.
- If possible, both mom and dad should accompany the child on the first visit.
- Allow adequate time for our dentist to talk with your kid, which help in gaining their confidence and are more cooperative during their treatment.
- Bring your child’s entire medical records for our assessment.
- Do not mention about pain, blood, injection during their visit.
- Do not mislead your kid about the treatment time, simply say you don’t know.
- Do not threaten your child by saying anything bad about dentist which results in dental anxiety or phobia for them.
- Make your child comfortable and then you can request for the treatment.
- Avoid dental visits during your kid's naptimes or when they are tired.
- Do not bribe your kid with a gift before the appointment.