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Dr. Rabitz, Dr. Suzy, and Dr. Lam Can Be Your Child’s Dentist
We are dedicated to providing the highest level of service and comfort to your family. Each member of the Rabitz Team is highly qualified to offer the best dental experience for your child. We start by building a trusting and safe relationship, and make the visit fun. Children, adolescents and infants can relax and watch a movie and, after the checkup, can get involved in one of the contests we have to encourage good dental habits. We built our dental office in the San Jose, CA, 95125, area with your family’s comfort in mind. It is clean, spacious, inviting and technologically sound. More importantly, it is kid approved! We look forward to providing you and your child with a positive pediatric dentist experience.
Does Your Child or Infant Need a Pediatric Dentist?
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that infants should see a dentist for the first time as soon as a tooth appears or by the child’s first birthday, and we accept appointments for pediatric and infant dentist services often. In fact, babies who were born prematurely may be at particular risk for weak and soft teeth. Seeing a dentist so soon might seem strange to new parents, but in our San Jose, CA, office, we have seen an increasing number of toddlers as young as 2 years old developing cavities. Studies show the same is true around the nation, and that 1 in every 4 children in the U.S. will have at least one cavity by the age of four. Regular dentist visits and careful oral hygiene can greatly lower this risk.
What Will Happen During The First Visit?
At your child or infant’s first visit, we will give the teeth and gums a thorough examination and perform cleaning to remove tartar and plaque, if necessary. For the comfort of your child, they may sit on your lap while we complete the examination. We will also give parents advice on how to keep their children’s teeth healthy, including regular brushing, fluoride treatments, limiting sugars and starches in the diet and more.
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