Canonsburg Family Dentist
Whether you are taking your toddler for his first visit to the dentist, have questions about your child’s emerging adult teeth, or would like to discuss how to keep your kids’ teeth and gums healthy, Severns Dentistry and Orthodontics in McMurray, PA, is happy to help.
We love watching your family grow, and your kids grow up. Severns Dentistry’s littlest patients are as young as three years old, and we’re proud to say that our practice takes care of all of your dental needs for your entire life.
After the age of 5 or 6, you will start to see adult teeth in your child’s mouth, and often, it is an adult tooth that needs to be repaired. The new adult front teeth are noticeable by parents because of all the fun that surrounds it. The Tooth Fairy visits, and songs about “All I Want for Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth” started to be sung at random in the car.
The six-year molars, however, come into the mouth without your child losing a baby tooth first. Be sure to have good brushing habits in place at this time, and make sure your child brushes the very last tooth in the mouth extremely well. It’s the real deal, and it often gets decayed because kids are still learning how to brush.
We Welcome Smiles of All Ages!
Severns Dentistry and Orthodontics has convenient care for every member of your family. You can make appointments for the whole family in just one visit. Our staff is friendly, efficient, and gentle. Plus, if you or your children need orthodontic care, including metal braces, clear braces, or Invisalign®, Dr. Natalie also provides these services right in our office.
Gentle Dental Care for Kids, Teens, and Adults
Our family care practice welcomes young children, teens, and adults. We understand the importance of early dental care. We want to make your child’s first dentist’s visit and every dental visit special. We enjoy seeing your children grow up as we continue seeing them for routine cleanings, check-ups, and general dental care.
When do we refer to a pediatric dentist?
We refer to a pediatric dentist when kids need to be sedated to help them get a procedure done. We try to have your child form a happy relationship with us and learn to trust us without being sedated.
Call us today for compassionate dental care for your entire family.