in Prosper, TX!
Choosing a dentist for your child is a big important decision. There are many factors to consider when picking a dental home for your child: the office environment, level of care, team’s experience, and treatment philosophies. We believe that 380 Smiles Dental will exceed your family’s expectations. Our mission is to show kids firsthand just how fun and rewarding dental visits can be!
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A Welcoming Dental Home For Your Child
According to the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, children should have their first dental appointment when their first tooth comes in or by their first birthday. Finding a dental home early on is a crucial part of your child’s oral health and tooth development. Our team can set a benchmark for your child’s health and help you navigate at-home oral hygiene routines when the time is right. We aim to be your go-to resource and help you and your little one along the way!
Services for the Smaller Smiles
- Teeth Cleanings & Exams
- Dental Sealants
- Space Maintainers
- Fluoride Treatments
- Fluoride-Releasing, Tooth-Colored Fillings
- Baby Tooth Crowns
- Brushing & Flossing Tips
The Kids’ zone
We want children to feel comfortable and entertained at our office. Our kids’ zone gives them the opportunity to get their wiggles out before their appointment begins and ease any fears they may have.
- Interactive Play Area
- Toys, Books & Games
- Ceiling TVs with Netflix
- Prizes After Appointments
At-Home Hygiene tips & Tricks
Getting your child to brush their teeth and floss can be a tall feat! Some of our favorite tips are:
- Brush Your Teeth with Them
Kids often mimic their parents. If they see you brushing your teeth, they will be more likely to want to do it and can copy your technique.
- Turn it Into a Game
Brushing and flossing don’t have to feel like a chore! Try having a toothbrush dance party or create a game where your child is guarding their teeth against “sugar monsters” and needs to brush and floss to protect them.
- Reward for Consistency
It can be difficult getting kids to brush twice a day, every day. Try using a sticker system on a calendar to motivate them.