Children’s dentistry

Your child’s teeth need special and careful care, prevention and therapy, which is why it is extremely important to choose specialised dental services.

This branch of dentistry offers paediatric dental services for children and teenagers, focusing on treating the problems of the little ones from the eruption of the first teeth until adolescence, with special attention paid to growth and development, but also guidance on behaviours related to oral hygiene.

A paediatric dentist will know exactly what your child’s specific needs are and will treat them in a special context, designed to create a state of comfort and peace for the little one and eliminate the fear of the dentist.

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Prevention is an essential part of paediatric dentistry.
In children, temporary teeth (baby teeth) appear from the age of 6 months, and will be replaced by permanent teeth between 6 and 12 years. Proper care in order to avoid the occurrence of various diseases in the future is essential.

Preventive treatments are your child’s first line of defence against a wide range of dental problems. Our prevention services include:

  •  Dentistry examinations for children
  •  Fluoridation
  •  Professional brushing
  •  Sealing


If your child is experiencing dental problems such as tooth decay or infections, our team offers delicate and effective treatments that can restore the beauty of their smile. Our treatment services include:

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Frequent questions

Why should I take my child to a paediatric dentist?

First of all, paediatric dentists like to work with children. A visit to the paediatric dentist guarantees the little one will be cared for by a gentle specialist who is understanding with children. In addition, paediatric dentists receive additional training in this regard, so they are trained to meet the unique needs of children.

How often should I take my child to the dentist?

Children should be seen by a paediatric dentist for routine check-ups at least twice a year, as should adults.

When should a child go to the dentist for the first time?

The first visit to a dentist should take place when the first baby tooth emerges, around the age of 6 months-1 year and at the latest at the age of 3 years.

How can I protect my baby from cavities?

Although there are more or less preventable dental problems, caries can generally be prevented by using special practices:

  • Ensuring a correct and frequent brushing, along with regular visits to the dentist and professional cleaners.
  • Fluoride treatments, which strengthen tooth enamel and reduce the propensity to caries.
  • Sealing, which prevents the accumulation of bacteria that lead to the formation of cavities.

How painful will dental interventions be for children?

Due to inhalation sedation, used as a method of reducing anxiety and calming a child, a visit to the dentist will not be a painful experience. In addition, do not forget that a paediatric dentist is prepared to take care of your child’s specific needs and provide a state of calm and relaxation.



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