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Why Cary Parents Choose Beavers Dentistry For Their Children

Your children are important to you, and their dental health is important to us! We make it our top priority to thoroughly care for your children in a welcoming and friendly environment. Dental visits can be overwhelming and even scary for children, so we do everything we can to ensure a comfortable, and even fun, dental experience. Parents choose Beavers Dentistry in Cary for all of their pediatric dentistry needs because we are experienced in comprehensive pediatric dental care. We offer our patients:

  • A dental staff that has been providing dental care to children for over 30 years!
  • A friendly and welcoming environment
  • An exceptionally comfortable dental experience

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Children like our dental office because we focus our dental care around the family! We take great care to welcome children and make it a fun and relaxing experience. Our friendly staff will try and ease any fears your children have about going to the dentist, as well as any misconceptions about having teeth cleaned.

We provide a comforting, homelike atmosphere where children can play fun games while they wait and feel safe and comfortable during their teeth-cleaning procedure.

Pediatric Dentist in Cary

Going to the dentist shouldn’t be scary for children. We have created an inviting and comfortable atmosphere so that children can enjoy coming to the dentist. Our friendly staff will make sure that your children will receive a warm welcome and an experience that they won’t forget.

Pediatric Dentistry FAQs

When Should My Child Go To The Dentist For The First Time?

We recommend that you take your child to our pediatric dentists when their first tooth begins to develop. In order to protect against plaque build up we recommend that you take your child to their first check up before their first birthday at the latest.

What Should I Use To Clean My Baby’s Teeth?

A soft-bristled toothbrush that is specifically designed for the use of infants will help you protect against plaque buildup while also being safe enough to use on a daily basis.

How Important Are Baby Teeth To My Child?

Baby teeth may not be seen as important as adult teeth, but baby teeth help your child speak, chew normally, as well as form a path for the adult teeth to grow in.

How Often Should My Child See A Pediatric Dentist?

It is important to see a pediatric dentist every 6 months in order to prevent plaque build up as well as protect the development of cavities.

Should My Baby Use Toothpaste?

Toothpaste is important for the overall dental health of your child. We recommend using toothpaste as well as an infant-safe toothbrush as soon as your child develops their first primary teeth.

What Should I Do If My Child Has A Toothache?

A toothache can be incredibly painful for a baby and young child, but luckily toothaches can typically be solved by light rinsing of the mouth with warm water and salt. As well as using an ice pack if the face or jawline is swollen. If the pain consists it is important to schedule an appointment with your dentist to figure out if there is an issue that is causing the toothache.

What Diet Do You Recommend For My Child’s Dental Health?

It is important to provide your child with a balanced diet that is filled with fruits, vegetables, and nutrients. We recommend avoiding processed sugars and starch as much as possible in order to avoid excessive plaque buildup.

Are Dental X-Rays Safe For Children?

Dental X-rays have very little risk for children or adults. Our pediatric dentists understand that many parents are afraid of radiation for their children and provide their patients with extra special care.

How Can Parents Help Remove Plaque From Their Children’s Teeth?

It is important for parents to help their children brush and floss on a daily basis in order to combat against plaque build up. We recommend that you have a checkup with our pediatric dentists every six months to make sure your child has the best dental health possible. It can also be beneficial to avoid excessive sugary drinks and snacks as the sugar is known to promote plaque buildup on your teeth.


Contact Your Cary Children’s Dentist

If you need a children’s dentist in Cary, call us today or fill out the form below to schedule your appointment.

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