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Pediatric Dentistry Specialist

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Beverly Grove Dentistry

Dentist & Cosmetic Dentist located in Beverly Grove, Los Angeles, CA

Beverly Grove Dentistry offers skilled, compassionate pediatric dentistry techniques to help children in Beverly Grove and throughout the Los Angeles, CA, area have healthy teeth and gums and set the stage for a lifetime of good oral health.

Pediatric Dentistry Q & A

How often should my child see the dentist?

According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, every child should be seen by a dentist by their first birthday to look for early signs of developmental problems that may require early treatment. During childhood, visits should occur twice a year, just as for adult patients, to ensure your child's teeth and gums stay healthy, and also to set the stage for a lifetime of good oral care.

My child doesn't have any adult teeth yet. Are regular dental appointments still important?

Absolutely. Even though baby teeth will eventually fall out, they still play a vital role in your child's oral health, serving as “placeholders” for adult teeth as well as playing a major role in nutrition, speech development, and socialization. When decay or other issues aren't properly addressed, the adult teeth that are still below the gum surface can be affected, and any underlying infection can be detrimental to the bone and permanent tooth. Childhood also is the best time to spot and begin to correct issues like overcrowding and poor alignment that can have a more serious impact in later years.

What happens during a pediatric dental exam?

During your child's exam, the dentist will look for signs of decay to other issues that should be addressed and discuss the appropriate steps with you and your child. Your child's teeth will also be cleaned, and they'll receive guidance on improvements they can make to their brushing and flossing techniques. Sealants and fluoride treatments may also be provided, and dental x-rays may be taken to provide additional information about your child's oral health.

Are x-rays safe for my child?

Yes, today's x-ray techniques use very low amounts of radiation, and they are perfectly safe. Plus, they provide an effective way to monitor the adult teeth and look for issues that could be developing under the gum.

Major Insurance Providers Accepted

We work with most PPO insurance policies to get your mouth as healthy as possible; therefore we are open to see all patients regardless of insurance benefits. We are in network with CIGNA, Delta Dental Premier, Guardian, and Connection. Please feel free to contact our office and our administrative team will work to answer any questions you may have.

Delta Dental
GEHA Health Plans