Pediatric Dentistry in Covina, CA

New-born babies start teething as soon as they get six months old. Their first set of primary ‘milk’ teeth are the foundation of healthy teeth structure and oral hygiene as adults. Milk teeth eventually start falling off at the age of 6-7 years to develop a permanent set of teeth. However, these milk teeth laid the foundation for adulthood and require proper care from professionals.

Pediatric dentists help parents with young children with their oral health care needs from a very early age. They help them develop good oral habits to prevent dental conditions and problems after developing their permanent set of teeth. Most parents don’t take much attention to the oral health of their children during this stage, which is not a good sign for years to come. Every parent must take their child to professional dentists for routine check-ups as soon as they start teething to maintain the proper oral habits from the beginning.

At College Street Dental, we provide a complete dental care solution for your child for proper care to prevent dental conditions that could last a lifetime. We are specialized in dentistry that caters to children’s special dental needs with gentle care. We focus on the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of early dental conditions to help your kids maintain and develop healthy mouth, teeth, and gums with lifelong good oral habits.

Who should see a Pediatric Dentist?

Families with young children and adolescents must see a pediatric dentist receive regular dental care throughout childhood and teenage. Proper dental care should begin no later than one year of your child and routine dental check-ups should be done every six months or as recommended by your pediatric dentist. It is the best way to prevent gum diseases, cavities, and other dental conditions. The oral habit and dental conditions of your child determine how often he or she needs professional dental care.

When to See a Pediatric Dentist

In addition to routine dental care and examinations, you should take your child to a pediatric dentist and seek immediate dental care if you notice any of the following symptoms or conditions:

  • Bad breath
  • Dry mouth
  • Bleeding gums
  • periodontal disease
  • Crooked teeth
  • Delayed teeth eruption
  • Early tooth loss
  • Sensitivity to cold or hot 
  • Pain while eating or chewing
  • Swelling in mouth or gums
  • Any dental injury
  • Medical conditions such as diabetes increase the risk of dental problems

What treatment and dental care do we offer?

At College Street Dental, we offer a complete range of dental care to your child and adolescents through pediatric dentistry in Covina, West Covina, Glendora, San Dimas, Azusa, La Puente, Baldwin Park, Pomona, Duarte, Arcadia, Irwindale, and Diamond Bar regions in California, USA. We perform the following dental procedures and treatment as professional pediatric dentists:

  • Oral health examination of infants and teens
  • Correction and restoration or misaligned and crooked teeth
  • Treatment of oral cavities
  • Treatment of dental injuries
  • Fitting oral appliances
  • Surgical procedures
  • Dental hygiene and preventive care
  • Oral habit counseling

Prevention, treatment, and development of good oral habits are the primary goals of pediatric dentists. They educate parents and children on how best to take care of teeth throughout childhood and teenage.

Welcome to our pediatric dental practice

College Street Family Dentistry is located in downtown Covina and has been practicing pediatric dentistry and high-quality dental care for families and their children for more than twenty years. We have a team of highly trained, knowledgeable, and experienced dentists to provide the finest and most modern care available. Visit us for a thorough evaluation of your children’s teeth and gums so that they can maintain excellent oral health.

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