Treatment for the little ones
Even as a child, it is very important to playfully introduce the little patients to a dental check-up and to give them a sense of well-being as soon as they enter the dental practice.
In our practice, we not only advise and treat small patients, but also support expectant mothers during pregnancy. In this way, we can explain to the mothers early on the need for early check-ups and check-ups for their children and draw their attention to how important these are for the little patients in order to prevent tooth decay, to identify speech therapy problems at an early stage and, among other things, to point out orthodontic abnormalities.
Our dentists have advanced training in the field of pediatric dentistry, looking after kindergartens and childminders, and for children up to the age of 18.
Our goal in dentistry is to treat children, to get them used to caries prevention in the field of check-ups and to make them have fun at the same time.
Our psychological demand on a visit to the dentist with us is to give the little patients a positive feeling to take home with them and thus to face further visits to the dentist with a positive feeling.
We create this by, among other things, explaining the treatment to the children in an age-appropriate manner, always telling them the truth about the treatment and, for example, telling them stories or distracting them with guessing games during the treatment.
At the end of a treatment, the little patients receive a small reward for their cooperation from our “treasure chest”.
We give the little patients the time they need for a treatment, be it for the first visit to the dentist, an appointment for a filling, for individual prophylaxis, for root canal treatment or for the extraction of milk teeth.
In this way, we can prevent insecurities and excessive demands on the child and build and deepen the little patient’s trust in our dentists.
The oral health and a positive “dental feeling” of our little patients is very important to us.
That is why we are happy to accompany the little patients with a lot of imagination and patience until they are 18 and then continue into their adult lives.