Children’s Dentistry

We want your child to feel good about coming to the dentist because a positive dental experience helps to ensure a lifetime of healthy teeth. At Advanced Dental Care, our doctors and staff have the patience and compassion to make your child’s visit a comfortable one. Our kid’s room features a “secret” slide, games, and a pinball machine. Kids can also watch their favorite movies during the appointment. We encourage parents to be a part of each appointment. There are window seats in each room, so moms and dads can be with their child.

Healthy smiles mean healthy children. Tooth decay (cavities) is the most common childhood disease. Regular appointments to check teeth and gums are an important part of your child’s overall good health. Regular appointments also help you establish a “dental home” where your child will develop a positive relationship with the Advanced Dental Care team and doctors.

When should your child first visit us? We recommend that your child first visit us by age two. Why so early? Children can develop cavities at a very young age. The first visit allows us to check for decay. The first visit also allows us to establish a relationship with your child and provide education on:

  • How to care for an infant’s or toddler’s mouth
  • Appropriate use of fluoride for your child
  • Finger and thumb sucking
  • Ways to prevent oral and facial accidents and trauma
  • Teething and developmental milestones
  • The relationship between diet and oral health

Hospital Dentistry- Dr. Fauble and Dr. Hauk are on staff at Blessing Hospital. If a child (or adult) needs more extensive treatment, outpatient surgery is an option right here in town.

School Exams- We encourage you to make your appointment early in the summer for required school exams.

Kid’s Day- Every year Advanced Dental Care hosts a fun, theme day just for kids. You’ll want to make your appointment early for this popular day!

What our patients say:

I would recommend to people with kids. The attention to my children and how they feel about the dentist has been a good experience.

We have 3 small kids and they all love to go to the dentist. That should really tell you something.

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