As a pediatric dental office, we are dedicated to treating infants, children and adolescents. Providing personalized care in a kid-friendly setting is our focus. Our objective is to get your child started on a lifetime of good oral health.
Our pediatric dentists practice the full scope of pediatric dentistry. Wheaton Pediatric Dentists has the staff, facility and specialized equipment to properly care for and treat the most demanding pediatric dentistry needs in a caring and warm environment.
It is a big deal being little and our outstanding staff will make your child’s visit as enjoyable as possible. After all, it is so much easier on the child, the parents and yes, the dentist, too, if the child is looking forward to his/her visit.
Some tips for your child’s first visit include:
The child should be well rested on the day of the visit.
The child should not be hungry at the time of their visit.
Tell the child about the visit the same day as the appointment.
Mention that the dentist will look at his/her teeth to make sure they are healthy.
Bring up the fact that visits to the dentist are normal for anyone wanting to enjoy a healthy life.
At Wheaton Pediatric Dentists, we give children compassionate, caring dentistry because of our love for children and our special training on how to treat children of all ages. We are honored to be your child’s oral health care provider and take every aspect of your child’s health into account. Doing the right thing on an individual basis for each child is the top priority for us.
However, we do not stop with the care provided during the office visit. It is so much easier to prevent cavities than it is to fix them. With that end in mind, we also focus on oral health education and prevention. That is why we implement our Tell, Show, Do format in teaching and helping your child learn good oral health practices.
We believe every child should grow up with a glowing smile. We also believe that each child can be comfortable going to the dentist… even if they have had (or a parent has had) a previous negative dental encounter. With early visits to the dentist, the child gets use to going to the dentist and also gets started sooner with good oral health habits.
How soon should you get your child started with visits to the dentist?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends most children see a dentist for the first time before turning 12 months of age.
We welcome your participation in helping to make your child comfortable as a dental patient and beaming with a confident and healthy smile. It all starts with a phone call to 630-517-5689.
Pediatric Dentist Wheaton 55 E Loop Rd, Suite 201, Wheaton, IL 60189, Wheaton , IL, 60189