At the dental practice of Robert H. Peterson DDS PC, we aim to help you and your loved ones achieve the outstanding level of dental health and oral hygiene.
Visiting our office every six months gives you the chance to talk to the doctor about any questions you may have about your oral health.
With Invisalign, you can smile confidently throughout the treatment process and beyond.
Please take a minute to print and fill out the patient information form before your first appointment
Dentistry is continually evolving, and with a variety of advanced treatment options, achieving a beautiful, healthy, aesthetic smile is made easy for patients of all ages.
Are you ready for a smile makeover?
If you're considering cosmetic dental treatment, ask yourself a few simple questions:
- Do you hesitate when you smile?
- Would you like to increase your self-confidence?
- Do you want to look your best in social or professional situations?
- Are you ready to reverse any dental imperfections you may have?
As a parent, you want your child's first dental visit to be a positive experience. Understandably, they may feel uneasy about the unknown, even if they're not afraid of the dentist. Knowing more about the first visit can help you feel more confident, so we're here to provide you with all the information you need.
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends...Children should visit the dentist by their first birthday. It is crucial to provide proper dental care and establish good oral hygiene habits when their first teeth emerge, usually around six to twelve months. To make learning about teeth fun... Download our Dynamite Dental Fun Kit!
When New Teeth Arrive
When your child's new teeth arrive, their first primary/baby teeth will begin to erupt between six and twelve months of age and continue until about age three. During this time, your child's gums may feel tender, and you can soothe them by gently rubbing a clean finger or a cool, wet cloth on the gums. Teething rings can also help. By the end of teething, your child will have 20 primary teeth.
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