Santa Monica, CA Pediatric Dentistry
Santa Monica Dentistry for Children
2825 Santa Monica Blvd, Suite 301
Santa Monica, CA 90404
(310) 453-0123

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Santa Monica Dentistry for Children offers a full array of services to help your child maintain good health. You can read more on this page about specific services.

  • Preventative Care
  • Sealants
  • Flouride
  • Mouth Guards
  • Semi Annual Check Ups
  • Canker Sores/Cold Sores
  • Cavities/Tooth Decay
  • Teeth Grinding
  • Gingivitis
  • Sports Injuries
  • Broken, Fractures or Displaced Tooth

 

Primary Teeth
From birth to about the age of 3, you will witness in your child the gradual eruption of 20 primary teeth, also called "baby teeth." Primary teeth are important because they are essential in the development and location of what they will eventually be replaced by: a full set of 32 permanent teeth Read more...

Permanent Teeth
The first permanent molars (which are not preceded by primary teeth) begin erupting around the age of 6. Extra care should be given to this first set of molars Read more...

Wisdom Teeth
Wisdom teeth, or third molars, typically begin to develop in early adolescence, and may attempt to erupt into the mouth around the ages of 17 to 20. Read more...

Semi-Annual Check Ups
We recommend that you bring your baby to see me by his or her first birthday; this is generally when the first tooth comes in. Early examination and preventive care will protect your child's smile now and in the future Read more...

Sealants
Technology today has produced sealants, which work by filling in the crevasses on the chewing surfaces of the teeth. This shuts out food particles that could get caught in the teeth, causing cavities.  Read more...

Broken, Fractured or Displaced Tooth
If your child loses a tooth from an injury, try to remain calm. Call our office immediately and we will help you to determine if it is a permanent or primary tooth.  Read more...

Mouth Guards
If your child participates in most any sport, a mouth guard could be a lifesaver in terms of preserving teeth and, ultimately, a child's countenance later in life. Read more...