Dental Hygiene

It is always good to have dental hygiene for kids. Your kid's teeth are at risk as soon as they start coming out which is typically at the age of 6 months. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, tooth decay in children, also known as early childhood caries, is the most common chronic children's disease in the country.


It is important to maintain your child's dental hygiene in optimal conditions because infants and toddlers sometimes experience decay so severe that their teeth cannot be saved and need to be removed [Teeth Extractions]


TIP for Parents


Having your child visit the dentist visit for regular cleanings, fluoride treatments, and sealants to prevent tooth decay can save you money and reduce  the need for further dental treatments.

Dr. Nestor D'Alessandria

Pediatric Dentist

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8320 W Sunrise Blvd. Suite #210 Plantation, FL 33322

(954) 414-8018


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