Albertville and Gadsden, Alabama
It is never too early to start taking proper care of your child’s oral health. From the time your child’s first teeth start to appear, you should begin performing a variety of important oral hygiene practices to ensure that your child will develop healthy teeth and gums. One of these important practices is scheduling regular appointments with a pediatric dentist.
Taking your child for regular dental check-ups at a very young age, ensures that his or her teeth develop properly and that the dentist can correct potential oral health issues before they become serious.
Comprehensive Pediatric Dentistry Services
Albertville family dentists Dr. Jonathan Renfroe and Dr. Josh Conley understand how important it is for children to maintain healthy teeth and gums. As a result, they offer a comprehensive array of pediatric dentistry services to children of all ages. They have the skills and experience to provide your child with any dentistry service needed to ensure proper oral health from the moment his or her first teeth appear.
Our doctors will always take the time to explain your child’s procedure so that your child understands the importance of the treatment. This helps make children feel more comfortable during their visit. As a result, our pediatric dentistry patients leave the office with a positive experience, and they often look forward to their next visit.
Treatment for the Entire Mouth
Our pediatric dentistry services go well beyond cleanings and fillings. We make it a priority to address any oral health issues affecting the teeth, gums, jaw, mouth, and airway. To accomplish this goal, Dr. Conley and Dr. Renfroe pay close attention to the evaluation of your child’s airway to ensure it develops properly. If any problems with your child’s airway development are detected, they will be corrected right away to prevent serious issues, such as sleep apnea, from arising down the road.
We also offer comprehensive children’s orthodontic services to ensure that crooked teeth are corrected before they lead to more serious issues, which may affect the alignment of your child’s jaw.