“The Dental Home” for Your Family
A dental home is an ongoing relationship between the dentist and the patient, inclusive of all aspects of oral health care delivered in a comprehensive, continuously accessible, coordinated, and family-centered way.
Ideally, the Dental Home should be established early – probably at the onset of the first tooth, to help children and their families institute a lifetime of good oral health. A dental home addresses anticipatory guidance and preventive, acute, and comprehensive oral health care and includes referral to dental specialists where appropriate.
Dubai’s pediatric dentists can be found at the Apex Group of Clinics. Our pediatric dentists are experienced in pediatric dentistry spans for years and they are highly trained in handling children. We offer outcomes in a variety of procedures, with special emphasis on making your child comfortable with the dentist by providing your little ones a good experience and the ideal environment. Our pediatric dentists in Dubai have also received training to deal with cavities in children too. Modern tools, materials, and equipment with the greatest level of sterility are available at the clinic. They provide better results in less time with assured results.
Frequently Asked Questions
Here are a few questions that we are asked frequently about our services.
- Most children should see a dentist every six months for regular check-ups and cleanings. However, more frequent visits may be needed based on their specific needs.
- Going to the dentist for the first time can be intimidating, especially for children. At Apex Group of Clinics, we recognize this and make it a priority to create a welcoming environment for both you and your child. Our team of Pediatric Dental Specialists is trained to interact with children in a gentle and friendly manner, helping them feel at ease during their visit.
- Yes, prolonged thumb-sucking and pacifier use can lead to dental problems such as misaligned teeth and bite issues. It’s important to encourage your child to stop thumb-sucking or pacifier use by the age of three.
Yes, dental X-rays are safe for children when used properly. The amount of radiation exposure from dental X-rays is very small and the risk of harmful effects is minimal. Our pediatric dentists will take necessary precautions to ensure that the X-rays are as safe as possible for your child.
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