Regular dental care is important for your child's developing smile. At Dentistry at Lifestyles in Midland, our dentists offer services tailored to help keep your child's smile happy and healthy.
Positive Early Dental Experiences
At Dentistry at Lifestyles, we're committed to helping children feel at ease during their dental appointments so they can maintain good oral health today and into adulthood.
Our team of dental professionals offers a range of services for Midland kids and their young smiles. We are dedicated to providing your child with both the essential care they need and the most positive dental experience possible.
We realize that going to the dentist can be an intimidating experience, so we work hard to keep the environment calm, friendly and inviting for kids and their parents.
Our team will work at your child's pace, take breaks if they get overwhelmed, and explain each step of the process in a way that your child can understand.
Your Child's First Visit
We recommend that infants be seen by a dentist by their child's first birthday. This is when the child's first teeth, or primary teeth, are beginning to erupt and it is an ideal time to spot any oral health problems before they become more serious concerns.
Dental Services for Kids
At Dentistry at Lifestyles, our services can be tailored to meet your child's oral health needs. Our goal is to keep your child's primary teeth healthy and teach your young child the skills they need to maintain a healthy smile throughout their lifetime.
Preventive Oral Hygiene
Visiting the dentist for regular exams and cleanings when your child is young will help preserve the primary teeth until they are ready to fall out and be replaced by the permanent teeth. During each appointment, we will review proper oral hygiene techniques to ensure your child understands how to care for their smile properly between appointments.
Restorative Dental Services
If your child faces an increased risk of tooth decay, develops a cavity, or is experiencing misalignment issues, your dentist may also recommend restorative treatments such as dental fillings or mouth guards.