Kids Care

Pediatric dentistry for happy children!
We treat our “mini-patients” with specialized Dentists gifted with a natural talent for dealing with children.

All visits focus on a positive experience with an educational touch.

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In our Clinic, we demand that the approach to the child's consultation is fully different from the experience of an adult.

With specialized professionals, we create Kids Care, a pleasant and fun experience, achieving better cooperation and excellent treatment results, avoiding unnecessary trauma that could persist for a lifetime.

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Prevention for healthy permanent teeth

Your child’s first consultation should take place around 2 and a half years when the baby teeth are complete.

The sooner this first contact takes place, the easier it will be to create a trusting relationship between the child and the doctor and to establish a prevention plan. This way we are able to reduce the occurrence of cavities, avoiding more invasive treatments at such an early stage.

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    Do babies need to go to the dentist?

    The first visit to the dentist should happen as soon as the baby’s teeth are complete, around two and a half years. Cleaning should start as soon as the first teeth erupt, using gauze or a toothpick. When the molars erupt, must start using a toothbrush. 

    Do children use braces?

    This is one of the biggest doubts among parents who come to us. The truth is that children can – and should – wear braces to avoid future problems.

    Orthodontic treatments on baby teeth can be used preventively, correcting, for example, skeletal problems such as jaw development or palate enlargement, commonly known as the “roof of the mouth”.

    The first orthodontic consultation should be made from 6/7 years old. Or even earlier, if there is a very noticeable misalignment.

    What signs should I look out for to see if my child needs braces?

    Several signs may indicate the need for an infant device.

    • Difficulties in chewing;
    • Upper teeth are positioned more in front of the lower ones;
    • Overlapping or worn teeth;
    • Teeth don’t touch. Even with your mouth closed.