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Kids Dentist in Highland, MI Provides Tips on What to Expect from their First Exam

Having a dentist your child is comfortable with and that you feel safe entrusting their dental care to is incredibly important as a parent. Dr. Jill Seguin and her team at Milford Dental Care in Highland, MI understand the trust you are putting in them as your kid’s dentist. Dr. Seguin welcomes families in the Highland, MI area to bring the kids into the office for safe, effective, and compassionate care.

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry’s official recommendation is that a child’s initial dental visit occurs once the first tooth breaks through the gums or by their first birthday, whichever comes first. Making sure your child gets into visiting the dentist this early sets them on a path to a lifetime of excellent oral health. How to prepare for that first visit and what to expect from this initial exam is something many parents are interested in knowing.

Preparing for the First Visit

When getting your child ready for their first dental visit, it is important to make sure they are well-rested and have been fed so that they are not hungry. This will go a long way in making sure your child is in good temperament. Make sure you are aware of your dentist’s copay and what your dental insurance will and will not cover. Finally, bring a list that has any current medications that your child is currently taking. If your child is older when going in for that first appointment, it may be a good idea to discuss the upcoming experience with them and see if they have any anxiety over the visit. Do what you can to ease these anxieties or fears.

What to Expect

During the first visit, the dentist will typically provide education for parents on how to properly care for the child’s teeth and gums. Pacifier use may also be discussed as well as what nutrition is proper for maintaining healthy teeth. Brushing techniques will be demonstrated and then, in the end, the parents should have the opportunity to ask any questions that have not been answered during the appointment.

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If your child is ready for that first dental appointment, Dr. Jill Seguin and the team at Milford Dental Care in Highland, MI would love to welcome you. To schedule an appointment, please call (248) 845-4575.

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