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At Seattle’s Family Dentistry, we remain committed to doing our part in minimizing the spread of the Coronavirus, COVID-19. As healthcare professionals, we continue to follow well-researched, scientific public health advice to help limit infections and slow the spread of COVID-19. We’re excited that our Governor has lifted our Emergency Only order and we have begun seeing patients again as of May 19th 2020.

 

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Pediatric Dentist in Shoreline, Ballard WA, Seattle, and all the Surrounding Areas

Is your child experiencing dental problems? Is he scared to visit the dentist’s clinic? Worry not, Seattle’s Family Dentistry has some of the best pediatric dentists who understand that it requires a lot of patience and love to treat children. Our dentists provide comprehensive services as they have a lot of experience in this field. They treat every child with the utmost care, gentleness, and concern for their comfort and well-being.  Since kids have new teeth growing, regular check-ups are necessary to check whether they are growing crookedly or whether they have to be pushed back. Cavities are a common threat that almost every child has to deal with, at Seattle’s, we provide preventive sealants to prevent the cavity. Sometimes these kids might also face an accident and chip off their tooth; in these cases, we have Dr. Goraya who can consult efficiently in a specialized manner which is best suited for the kid. It is the clean and fun environment that makes the kids of Seattle, Shoreline, Ballard WA, Fremont WA, Greenwood WA, and Northgate WA comfortable in our clinic. 

Pediatric Dentist in Shoreline, Ballard WA, Seattle

Below we have mentioned 2 important qualities that make a great pediatric dentist. Take a look. 

  • Kidfriendly office 

As opposed to a normal dentist’s office, a pediatric dentist needs to have an office that is colorful and decorated with toys and child-safe items so that it welcomes and engages the child. The dental chair should be approachable and there should be an extra place for the parent to sit with the child to ease out their pain.  

  • Child-size instruments and supplies 

Since the child’s mouth is smaller than that of any adult’s, the tools have to be appropriately used. Too large tools might hurt the child and cause extreme pain. A good child dentist will always use the right sized tools to avoid and potential damage to the child’s mouth. 

So, if you are looking for a pediatric dentist for your child, you can get in touch with us on 206-309-4063 

Seattles Family Dentistry