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Complimentary First Orthodontist Visit

You can’t control what a child thinks about dental care, but you can help them understand the short-term and long-term health benefits of prioritizing children’s dental care. Little House of Smiles understands kids might resist visiting the orthodontist for the first time. That’s why we offer a complimentary first visit to explain everything to them and answer any questions they have.

Children’s Orthodontics Have Come A Long Way!

Parents with kids old enough to have braces might only remember metal brackets and wires on their teeth, but technology has advanced significantly since then. The first thing we want to do is clear up any misconceptions about children’s dental care. Once we know how a child perceives orthodontics, then we can relate to them much easier and they will likely be more receptive to what our professionals have to say. We have a genuine interest in building relationships with every child who visits our office, and it begins with the complimentary first visit.

Treatment Recommendations

Once we’ve answered questions and got to know your child more, we will take the time to examine your child’s teeth and recommend the appropriate treatment. Our goal is to ensure you and your child understand exactly how orthodontics works so there are no surprises later on. We encourage questions at all times, but especially during the complimentary first visit. When you walk out of our children’s orthodontist office, we want both parents and children to have all the information needed to make the right decision for their dental health.

Every child has unique dental care needs, so we customize every treatment plan at Little House of Smiles. Our complimentary orthodontics first visit is designed to eliminate any surprises and help you feel confident and comfortable about your child’s dental care. Schedule your complimentary first visit today to meet our friendly staff and answer any questions you might have about orthodontics for children.