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Pediatric Dentistry in Greer

Greer Dental Studio provides pediatric dentistry services in Greer, SC. To receive more information or make an appointment for your child, please call our office at 864-259-2590.

What Is Pediatric Dentistry?

Pediatric dentistry covers children from infancy to age 18. Our practice treats children of all ages, providing all the necessary services to keep your child's smile healthy and bright.

Benefits of Pediatric Dentistry

Prevents Future Dental Issues

When children receive consistent dental care beginning in early childhood, they are much less likely to experience severe dental problems like tooth decay and gum disease later in life. Pediatric dentistry lays a foundation for excellent dental health throughout a child's lifetime.

Reduces Dental Anxiety

Children who see the dentist at an early age learn to feel comfortable there. They build a strong, trusting relationship with their dentist. This atmosphere of trust helps to prevent children from developing dental anxiety that can interfere with their health in later life.

Understanding the Child's Development

Pediatric dentists understand children's oral development and can quickly spot any potential problems with the primary or permanent teeth. They can also help children overcome habits like teeth grinding and thumb sucking.

Excellent Home Care Instruction

Pediatric dentists focus on helping their patients and their parents learn how to care for their teeth at home.

Why Choose Greer Dental Studio?

We welcome children into our practice and have created a family-friendly atmosphere to help them feel at ease. Our dentists have experience working with children and making their dental experience positive.

Procedures Offered

Frequently Asked Questions About Pediatric Dentistry

When should my child first visit the dentist?
The American Dental Association recommends that children have their first dental exam shortly after the first tooth appears, between the ages of one. Starting at such a young age means children will feel comfortable in the office and not experience early dental issues.
What kind of toothpaste should I use for my child?
Starting with the first tooth, use a smear of children's toothpaste on a gentle baby brush. This guidance has changed over the past several years.
Is thumb-sucking bad for my child's teeth?
Thumb-sucking can cause crooked, crowded teeth and jaw development issues. If your child is still sucking fingers or thumbs by age 4-5 , we may recommend a habit breaking appliance.

Call Greer Dental Studio

f your child needs dental care, please call our office at 864-259-2590. We can schedule an appointment and introduce you and your child to the advantages of pediatric dentistry.

Contact our office today to schedule your appointment!

455 S. Buncombe Rd. Greer, SC 29650
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