Promoting a lifetime of exceptional dental care is the key to ensuring the health of your child’s smile.
Pediatric dentist Dr. Loren Grossman provides pediatric dentistry services in a nurturing and supportive environment, and we’re here to help you and your child every step of the way. Whether you have an infant, child, or young adult, our staff has the experience you can trust and the knowledge of every facet of pediatric oral health.
Why Dr. Grossman?
Dr. Grossman and our staff are fully committed to helping you and your child understand the process and procedures involved in your child’s oral health plan. We strive to give you the support you need to make everyone involved as comfortable as possible at all times, and we’re happy to answer any questions you may have.
What Do Pediatric Dentists Do?
We believe your child’s oral health is important to their growth and development, and we aim to ensure your child’s primary teeth, gums, and jaws stay healthy as they develop. With delicate care and gentle guidance, our staff will help your child learn how to care for his or her teeth properly and achieve good oral health as they grow into adulthood.
Your child will begin growing their first set of teeth as early as 6 months old. Beginning at age 6 or 7, your child’s baby teeth will begin to loosen and fall out as their permanent teeth begin to grow in.
It is recommended that you schedule regular visits with your pediatric dentist at this time to promote oral health and prevent decay, damage, or other diseases, while also establishing a healthy pattern that will follow them into adulthood.
The Types of Pediatric Dentistry Treatments
Dr. Grossman and our staff offer a wide array of oral health care options for children, including the following:
- Oral health care exams for your infant
- Preventative dental care such as cleanings and fluoride treatments
- Repair cavities and any defects in your child’s teeth
- Diagnosis of any oral conditions that may be associated with other diseases, such as diabetes, asthma, or a congenital heart defect
- Management of any gum diseases or conditions
- Dental injury care, such as a knocked-out tooth
We can also provide suggestions on how to get rid of bad oral habits such as thumb sucking or overuse of the pacifier.
Pediatric Dentist Dr. Loren Grossman is Here to Help!
For more information about Dr. Loren Grossman’s pediatric dentistry services, feel free to contact us today. Our services are available to clients in Kingston, Wilkes-Barre, Scranton, Dallas, and throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania.
We love working with children and we look forward to offering you a relaxed environment in which your child can develop good oral hygiene!