Patient Info

About Teeth


Why your child should see a pediatric dentist? Children are not just small adults when it comes to medical or dental needs. Pediatric dentists obtain advanced training in growth and development, child psychology, medical conditions, trauma and orthodontic treatment.  Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry. A pediatric dentist [...]

First Visit


New Patients Everyone is welcome here! Parents are invited to accompany their children into the treatment areas during their visits to our office. If you are being referred to our office by a family dentist, please inform our staff of your child's existing dental problems.  If x-rays were taken by [...]

Brushing and Flossing


Brushing Use a toothbrush with soft bristles and a small amount (pea size) of fluoride toothpaste. When you brush your teeth, move the brush in small circular motions to reach food particles that may be under your gum line. Hold the toothbrush at an angle and brush slowly and carefully, covering [...]

Common Problems


Sensitive Teeth Your teeth expand and contract in reaction to changes in temperature. Hot and cold food and beverages can cause pain or irritation to people with sensitive teeth. Over time, tooth enamel can be worn down, gums may recede or teeth may develop microscopic cracks, exposing the interior [...]

Emergency Info FAQ


When your child needs urgent dental treatment, we are ready to help. Please call our office 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and dial the extension noted to be connected with the doctor on call.

Patients of the month


Winners will be announced via Facebook and Instagram on the 3rd day of the month. We at Tri-city Children's Dentistry in a continuing effort to promote preventive dental care and reward our patients whom brush, floss, and come in for their six month regularly checks ups; have created the "No [...]

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