Teeth for Life

Good oral hygiene goes a long way. It makes sure that your kid’s smile is always perfect. It also helps you reduce your visits to the dentist and save on expensive dental procedures later on. Teeth and gums are often overlooked, so keep in mind that a visit to the dentist every six months is highly recommended. Not just for good oral hygiene but for avoiding many serious dental complications and keeping a healthy lifestyle in general.

We provide complete dental care to your child’s teeth and gums while giving suggestions on how to improve and maintain the child’s smile following the right dental products.

Apart from pediatric dental problems and tooth decay, we will also help your child learn valuable lessons for a lifetime of good oral hygiene and dental health.


A dental hygienist is critical in the life of your child. Regular dental checkups are formative for good oral hygiene throughout one’s life. These help in many ways.

  • They allow the hygienist to figure out potential problems or dental complications earlier than they can be seen or felt
  • Tooth decay, gum problems, and cavities can be discovered before they inflict serious or even irreparable damage
  • Issues such as signs of periodontal disease and gingivitis can also be figured out and lifestyle changes can be made before they seriously impact your child’s smile and self-esteem
  • Tooth cleaning, rinsing, and polishing are important to upkeep good tooth shine and dental hygiene

Dr. Ben or Dr. Lee will be very helpful in determining how your child’s dental hygiene and oral health can improve. A checkup every six months is, therefore, highly recommended. New treatments can also be applied or discussed when you bring your child for a dental checkup.


Choosing the right toothpaste, toothbrush, mouthwash, and dental floss is critical to ensuring proper dental hygiene and oral health. Only choose among kinds of toothpaste and toothbrushes approved by the American Dental Association (ADA).

We can also help you determine which products to use for the best results. Different children have different habits and lifestyles – and it only makes sense to choose products as per their requirements. We can help you out here in choosing the best dental care products for your child so that your trips to the dentist are as few and far apart as possible!


Did you know that at birth, people already have 20 primary (baby) teeth that begin erupting after six months, and that by age 21 there are no more primary teeth and all 32 permanent teeth have erupted?

Getting to know your teeth can be fun and educational!


Tooth Eruption Chart