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Keep Your Child Cavity-Free

May 12, 2020
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Posted By: The Dental Health Center
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No matter if your child still has their baby teeth or they have outgrown them, we must avoid cavities and tooth decay at all times. When tooth decay is allowed to go untreated, it can cause pain, premature loss of teeth, infection, poor diet, and even speech delays. 

At The Dental Health Center, Dr. Daniel Seger and his entire dental team work hard to keep your child's smile beautiful and healthy.

Your Aston, PA children's dentist can help your child avoid pain, tooth loss, and cavities with preventive treatment and measures. Together, we can work to help your child navigate serious oral health problems while learning successful oral hygiene habits.

Does My Child Have Cavities?

Every time you bring your child to visit Dr. Seger, we thoroughly examine their teeth and gums and listen to their concerns. As their parent, there are some signs and symptoms you can watch for so your child can remain successful and stress-free:

  • Tooth pain
  • Chronic bad breath
  • Sudden sensitivity to hold or cold foods and drinks
  • Sudden pain when brushing or flossing
  • Sensitivity to sugary foods or drinks
  • Complaints about pain or discomfort
  • Visible holes in the enamel
  • Sudden staining of the tooth

Your Children's Dentist in Aston, PA 

Do you think your son or daughter might have tooth decay?

Bring them right away to The Dental Health Center so we can perform a dental check-up and exam. Your children's dentist is trained to look for precise signs of dental issues, and we use modern dental technology to provide clear and detailed images of your child's mouth. We look for signs of gum disease, tooth decay, cavities, infection, and other oral health issues. 

Throughout their dental visit, your little one will feel comfortable and welcome—we make all visits fun and educational. These formative years can help establish a healthy and beneficial relationship with their oral hygiene, oral health routine, and dental professionals. We take our role in this very seriously; we know that one bad experience can result in adult dental anxiety and dental neglect. We want your child to associate their dentist with happy smiles and pain relief. 

Make an Appointment with Our 19014 Children's Dentist 

If your child is complaining of tooth pain or anything abnormal, give us a call immediately. We are here to keep your baby healthy and safe. If you have questions about procedures or would like to schedule your child's next dental cleaning in Aston, PA, contact The Dental Health Center today! 

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