Children's Dentist Serving Keller Youth
Caring for Young Smiles
Adults should see a dentist at least twice a year, and the same is true for our younger patients. That’s because children are just as vulnerable to problems like tooth decay and gum disease as adults are. What’s more, early visits set the stage for a child’s commitment to brushing and flossing throughout the years to come. That means that bringing your little one to the dentist will not only lead to healthy teeth but will shape the future of his or her oral health.
Are you looking for a caring and compassionate dentist to help your child? Dr. McIntosh gladly cares for children from Keller and the entire Fort Worth area pediatric care in a warm, comfortable office.
Educating Young Dental Patients
Education is a vital part of what we have to offer. When your little one comes to us for a visit, we'll not only clean his or her teeth; we'll also begin to teach your son or daughter about good brushing and flossing. Many children learn their most important oral hygiene habits, like brushing and flossing, from a pediatric dentist. We would also be happy to talk to your little ones about good nutrition and the benefits of rinsing with a mouthwash.
Education doesn't stop at our office, though. We encourage you to make regular brushing and flossing a family event at home. Your lessons will reinforce what we teach your son or daughter during a checkup.
How to Avoid Tooth Decay
Distinguished Dental does more than just teach children about proper oral care. Dr. McIntosh and her Keller team are dedicated to going the extra mile to provide gentle, thorough treatment. And with a preventive service like dental sealants, we can offer vulnerable young teeth extra protection against decay-causing bacteria.