Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is a branch of dentistry dedicated to the care of children from birth to adolescence, with a focus on growth, development, and behavioral advice for both normally developing and special needs children. They will monitor your children’s teeth and oral health, educate them on excellent health habits, and manage any problems that occur using cutting-edge techniques and equipment.

A child’s first dental appointment can be both thrilling and frightening! With our office amenities and cheerful personality, Dr. Hessa strives to make you and your kid as comfortable as possible while providing a great dental experience.

We are committed to fulfilling the requirements of every child and exceeding the expectations of every parent and caregiver as a pediatric dental clinic.



Pediatric dentists not only confine their practice to treating children, but they also complete an extra two to three years of speciality training after graduation from dental school. This training teaches how to provide dental care to newborns, children, teenagers, and persons with specific health care requirements. They’ve also been trained in child behavior, so they can customize their approach and approaches to children from newborn to puberty.

Because a pediatric dentist treats children, their offices are usually much more kid-friendly. Our offices at Dr. Hessa are bright, engaging, and modern, with a focus on young patients. They don’t have the clinical, threatening atmosphere of an adult dentistry practice. For ultimate comfort, everything is child-sized.

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In order to prevent dental problems, your child should see a pediatric dentist when the first tooth appears

A check-up every six months is recommended in order to prevent cavities and other dental problems.

The first tooth erupts at an average age of 6 months in newborns. Around the age of 6-7 years, your child should lose their first tooth (lower central incisor).