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North Royalton Pediatric Dental Services

Dr. Taylor and her team specialize in pediatric dental care for children from infants to adolescents. We are committed to providing the best quality care for your children's teeth while making them feel as comfortable as possible. Along with caring for teeth, we consider it our duty to educate both kids and parents about how to maintain healthy teeth from the youngest ages. In our experience, if children learn good dental hygiene habits early and receive regular encouragement, they're more likely to maintain those habits throughout their lifetime.

As kids grow their dental needs change. The team at North Royalton Pediatric Dentistry is well qualified to monitor your children's teeth as they grow from infancy to childhood to adolescence. From preventing nursing bottle tooth decay to wisdom teeth removal we'll be here to help.

For all children, it's especially important to focus on preventive dental care and avoid problems before they start. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends taking your child for their first dental visit by age 1 or no later than six months after their first tooth erupts. Following their initial appointment, we suggest bringing your child in every six months, thereafter, for a check-up and professional dental cleaning.

Our pediatric dental services include the following:

We understand visiting the dentist can be a scary experience for some kids. Dr. Taylor's specialized training and loving concern for her patients help her set children at ease in her chair. The entire team of North Royalton Pediatric Dentistry believes in "happy smiles for every child!" Our goal is for each child to look forward to visiting the dentist. We also want them to be excited about keeping up with their dental hygiene so visits can stay as positive as possible.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment. We'll be here in North Royalton to help keep your children's teeth healthy for years to come.