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Children’s Dentistry in Lancaster County

Taking care of your child’s smile requires a good amount of prevention -- and your children’s dentist is here to help you with that. We recommend little patients come in for a checkup sooner than you might think. Keep reading to learn more about children’s dentistry in Lancaster County and how Dr. Sean Moriarty keeps your little one’s smile safe through routine preventive care!

When Should a Child Visit the Dentist?

Baby with a teething ring

It may come as a surprise, but it is generally recommended that children visit the dentist around the time their first tooth comes in or no later than their 1st birthday. This appointment is a good chance to introduce your child to our office and team to help set them on the track to a lifetime of routine dental care. People are far more likely to take care of their smiles when visiting the dentist is the norm rather than something scary or a thing to dread!

What to Expect During a First Visit

Little girl at the dentist

You don’t have to do anything special to prepare for your baby’s first dental appointment. During the visit, our team will take a brief peek around your baby’s mouth to make sure everything looks A-OK, count their teeth, and answer any questions you may have. We always block of plenty of time for this appointment, so feel free to ask anything! Once the appointment is complete, we’ll send you both on your way smiling with plans to see you again soon.

At-Home Tips for Kids’ Hygiene

Father and son brushing

Taking care of your little one’s smile at home will help you avoid any issues as they grow and their smile develops. Some tips for protecting their teeth with good hygiene include:

  • Wipe down their teeth and gums with a clean cloth or brush with a rice-sized amount of toothpaste after each feeding
  • Avoid putting your baby to bed with a bottle
  • Begin flossing as soon as two teeth touch each other
  • Make sure your child wears a protective mouthguard during contact sports
  • As your child gets older, continue to monitor their tooth brushing and flossing habits until you are sure they are cleaning effectively

Contact Us Today!

Don’t wait to set your child on the path to a lifetime of clean, healthy smiles! Dr. Moriarty and the team at Mor Smiles offer friendly, comfortable dental care for children. Go ahead and contact us to book an appointment for your little one today.

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