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Parent Blog

Searching for the right dentist for your child means trusting someone to care for your child’s health. Here are a few helpful tips to guide your search!


Check Online Reviews

One of the best ways to find a great pediatric dentist is to look for reviews online. Also, try asking your friends who have children for recommendations.


Look for Strong Pediatric Communication Skills

Finding a dentist with strong pediatric skills is crucial when searching for your child’s dentist. Some children with disabilities may have trouble communicating when they are in pain or uncomfortable which is why you want a dentist you can trust to communicate with your child.


Look for Top Dental Institution Certification

A pediatric dentist will complete an extra 2 to 3 years of schooling on top of the regular 4 years of school required for all dentists. This means your child will receive the best care from a highly trained and certified professional. Learn what the top dental institutions are by visiting the American Dental Education Association.

Selecting the right pediatric dentist for your child is important but so is your at-home dental health. Set your child up for success with healthy teeth from a young age.

  • Brush teeth twice a day for 2 minutes
  • Visit your dentist twice a year
  • Avoid overly sugary foods
  • Floss teeth daily


Once you’ve found the right fit for your child, talk to your child’s pediatric dentist about any concerns you may have and what you should be doing for your child’s oral health.

To learn more about establishing self-care routines, visit our Occupational Therapy page or Contact Us today!

Resources for this article include Perfect Teeth, Pediatric Dentistry of Burke, and Ask the Dentist.