Dlaczego stomatologia dziecięca jest ważna?
Pediatric dentistry is a specialty that focuses on maintaining the oral health of children, from infants to adolescents.
At DUO MEDICA, we also perform pediatric dentistry under general anesthesia.
Jak stomatologia dziecięca dba o zdrowie jamy ustnej dzieci
Healthy teeth are essential for the overall health and well-being of our children. A children’s dentist not only provides regular cleanings and fluoridation, but also monitors the development of a child’s teeth and jaws, which is essential for proper function and aesthetics.
Kluczowe momenty w stomatologii dziecięcej
From the first tooth, to the replacement of deciduous teeth with permanent teeth, to orthodontic issues – all are key moments that require specialised care.
First visit to the dentist
The first visit to the dentist is a milestone that should occur when the child turns one year old or when the first tooth appears. During this visit, the dentist will check the development of the child’s teeth and mouth, carry out a cleaning, and discuss important oral hygiene issues with parents.
Common dental procedures for children
From cleaning and fluoridation to caries treatment and simple orthodontics, these procedures are essential to your child’s oral health.
How to prepare your child for a dental visit
Preparing your child for a dental visit is a key step to help them face the experience without fear.
Parents’ role in preparing your child
As a parent, you have a key role in preparing your child for a dental visit. Talk to your child about what to expect and encourage them to ask questions.
Najczęściej zadawane pytania
The first dental examination should take place when the child is one year old or when the first tooth appears.
It is recommended that children have at least two dental examinations per year, but this may depend on the individual child’s needs.
Yes, fluoridation is safe and effective in the prevention of tooth decay if applied correctly.
Talk to your child about what to expect, use relaxation techniques and choose a dentist who is experienced in working with children.
Yes, diet is important for oral health. A diet rich in calcium and vitamins, as well as limiting sweets and sweetened drinks, can help prevent dental problems.