As a parent, one of your responsibilities is monitoring your child's health. If you are getting ready to bring your child to their first dental visit in South Miami, FL, you are likely wondering what to expect. Here is a rundown of what happens when you bring your child to the South Miami Pediatric Dental Association to meet with Dr. Mario Martinez or Dr. Danielle Fernandez.
Your child's first dental visit is an important one. When you bring your child to meet with us, we provide a full evaluation of the condition of their teeth and make recommendations regarding treatment options that may be necessary to perform. We handle all aspects of pediatric dentistry, from routine cleanings to needed fillings.
Our practitioners will explain procedures to you every step of the way, and they take a slow approach while providing details about actions taken to help keep children calm. We understand how uncertainty about dental procedures causes a bit of anxiety, so we walk both children and parents through processes, so they learn why they are needed and how they are conducted.
We cater to the younger set and provide the following services:
- White Fillings
- Preventive Based Dentistry
- Sedation Dentistry
- Special Needs Dentistry
- Nitrous Oxide (laughing gas)
- IV Sedation
- Hospital Dentistry
- Expanded Duty Auxiliaries (assistants)
- Sterilization (strictest technique)
- CPR Trained Staff
- Child-Friendly Office
- Great Magazine Selection (for waiting parents)
- Video Games (Playstation IV and Xbox)
- Toys (treasure chest)
- CPR Trained Staff
- 24 Hour/7 Day Emergency Service
South Miami Pediatric Dental Association in South Miami, FL prides itself in providing a full array of dental services to those living in the area. Our practitioners, Dr. Martinez and Dr. Fernandez use their skills to provide top-notch pediatric dentistry, including successful first dental visit services for those in the South Miami, FL area. For more information about South Miami Pediatric Dental Assoc., or to make a first dental visit appointment for your child, contact (305) 666-2068.