White Bear Smiles

White Bear Smiles

February is Children's Dental Health Month!

February 2, 2022
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Posted By: White Bear Smiles
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We love seeing children at White Bear Smiles. Teaching children good dental habits at a young age, can help them have healthy teeth and smiles for life. We love our littlest patients!

The Importance of Children’s Dental Care  

Dr. Anderson & Dr. Swift and their kind and gentle team at White Bear Smiles have many years of experience working with children. We believe the foundation of having a healthy smile begins early in life, and we want to help our young patients understand the importance of their dental health.

Taking care of your little one’s smile not only improves the appearance and function of their teeth and gums, but also promotes better whole-body health. A person’s oral health is directly connected to their whole-body health and vice versa. And it’s no different for children. When your child’s smile is clean, cavity-free, and strong, they are more likely to enjoy a long and happy life. 

We Practice Gentle Children’s Dentistry 

We understand your young one may be a little hesitant about visiting the dentist, but we make each and every child feel safe, special, and comfortable during their visits. Dr. Anderson, Dr. Swift and their dental team enjoy getting to know each child and their family, learning their likes, hobbies, and interests. We believe this fosters trust and a more personal, long-lasting relationship with patient families. 

We offer various gentle children’s dentistry services, such as:

  • Dental exams
  • Teeth cleanings 
  • Dental sealants
  • Fluoride treatments
  • Custom-made sports guards

Dr. Anderson & Dr. Swift also share their knowledge and insight with parents about their child’s dental development, nutrition, oral health habits (thumbsucking, brushing, pacifier use). In addition, Dr. Anderson, Dr. Swift, and their team are always available to answer any of your questions or concerns about your child’s smile. 

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