Importance of orthodontics in kids:
Thinking about your child and whether orthodontic treatment might be needed at some point?
You’ve come to the right place; Orthodontic treatment can be a very important part of your child’s oral health care. The purpose of orthodontic treatment in kids is to create a healthy, functional “bite,” which is part tooth alignment and part jaw position. Orthodontic treatment will help your child bite and chew, and contribute to clear speech. When teeth function properly, they tend to look nice. Self-confidence and self-esteem of children also improve as orthodontic treatment brings teeth, lips and face into proportion. Untreated orthodontic problems can become worse, and more difficult to treat as a child gets older. Untreated problems may lead to tooth decay, gum disease, broken front teeth and loss of bone tissue that holds teeth in place.
When it comes to choosing a Pediatric Dentist for your child or children, we know that you have many options. At FMS our number one priority is child-related Personalized, gentle, comprehensive, and absolute patient Care.
Right from our welcome desk to the examination rooms, our hospitals are comprised of professionals who take children and their oral health very seriously. We use state-of-the-art technology and equipments that are designed keeping safety and efficiency in mind. From the moment you enter and walk through our doors, you will notice that our premises are neat, clean, fun, child–friendly, engaging, comfortable, and thoroughly sterilized. Your safety and comfort are our most important consideration.
We know that your time is very valuable, and that’s why we remind you prior to your dental appointment with related details regarding time and any other appointment requests. We are happy to answer any questions or concerns in our office, via email, or over the phone at FMS dental.
We thoroughly understand and respect that many young patients do experience dental anxiety. We connect with children and parents in a unique way that puts you all at east very quickly! At our office, we do everything we can to make sure that your child’s experience is as enjoyable as possible or make it even FUN.
BEWARE !! “POOR ORAL HEALTH CAN AFFECT YOUR GENERAL HEALTH” Periodontitis (or inflammatory gum disease) may affect various