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Rightway Dental Welcomes Childres of All Ages| Dr. Ruiz

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Rightway Dental Welcomes Children of All Ages
Summer is nearly here and your children and teenagers may need to find a gentle and caring dentist for their bi-annual teeth cleaning. You’ll want to search for a dentist who is not only proficient with teeth cleaning but is also an expert in oral health, diagnosing receding gums, filling cavities, performing root canals and removing wisdom teeth before they become impacted.
How Should Pediatric Dentists Treat their Patients?
Children are not small adults. They are not always nice, patient and cooperative during dental appointments. Pediatric dentists know how to examine and treat children, pre-teens, and teenagers in ways to make them comfortable even if they’re uncertain, scared or fidgety. Additionally, pediatric dentists and dentists that treat the entire family use specially designed equipment in offices that are arranged and decorated to appeal to children, pre-teens and teenagers.
Caring for Baby Teeth
You may wonder why you need to know about caring for baby teeth when we all know they’re going to fall out anyway. Well, there are plenty of reasons why you or someone you know will benefit from knowing facts about baby teeth. Your child’s first baby teeth will break through his or her gums around six months of age. These are typically the front bottom teeth. Lastly, the teeth in the very back of the mouth and upper jaw come through around age 3. For children younger than 3 years, start brushing their teeth as soon as they begin to come into the mouth by using fluoride toothpaste in an amount no more than a smear or the size of two pieces of rice. Brush teeth thoroughly twice per day — morning and night — or as directed by their dentist.
  • For children 3 to 6 years of age, use a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. Brush teeth thoroughly twice per day — morning and night — or as directed by their dentist. Supervise children’s brushing and remind them not to swallow the toothpaste.
  • Until you’re comfortable that your child can brush his or her own teeth, continue to brush your child’s teeth twice a day with a child-size toothbrush and a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste. When your child has two teeth that touch, you should begin gently flossing between their teeth daily. If flossing irritates them to a great degree, talk to their dentist about other fluoride options.
Pre-teen and Teenage Dentistry
You may be wondering what are the chances your pre-teens and teens could develop cavities? After all, we know that this age group typically consumes more candy, high-sugar foods and sugary drinks than their elders. True to form, the teenage years are a common time when a young person’s risk of developing dental cavities can be high, even if they have previously been cavity-free. Some 59% of adolescents 12 to 19 have had dental cavities filled in their permanent teeth.
Caring for Your Pre-teen and Teens Teeth
While your child should still be brushing their teeth twice a day, eating healthy food, and flossing daily, it’s time they pay a visit to a pediatric dentist or a dentist that treats the entire family once they turn 7. A pediatric dentist or one that treats the whole family has years of advanced dental education and training beyond dental school. He or she specializes in teeth cleaning, straightening teeth, oral health and more.
Providing a Better Smile
Dentists offer a variety of services to enhance your child’s teeth wellness and oral hygiene. Braces are the primary means for straightening teeth and correcting misaligned bites in children, pre-teens and teenagers. Their braces may consist of bands, wires, and other fixed or removable corrective appliances. Braces work by applying pressure to the teeth and jaws to move them into a desired attractive position. Having braces is a slight adjustment that requires increased self-cleaning but it’s an investment worth pursuing because it gives your teenager greater confidence as they no longer have to hide previous crooked teeth.
Maintaining Regular Dental Checkups on Tight Budgets
From the start, Dr. Ruiz recognizes that treating the entire family means everyone will have a radiant smile. She knows having a tighter budget shouldn’t prevent you from having great oral health and healthy teeth. Dr. Ruiz prides herself on offering affordable prices that fit everyone’s budget. She is happy to work with all her patients’ situations and does so with an expertly trained staff and some of the most modern state-of-the-art technology available today.
At Rightway Dental, Dr. Ruiz is known for her passion for dentistry, and her ability to offer her patients beautiful smiles. She treats the entire family — babies, children, pre-teens, teenagers and adults — and opened Rightway Dental because she believes in practicing dentistry the “right way.”
Dr. Ruiz is gentle and believes in providing preventive and comprehensive dental care to all of her patients. Not only does Dr. Ruiz practice optimum dental care, but she is also known for her friendly, tender, and caring approach that puts her patients at ease no matter what their age.
From caring for baby teeth to regular teeth cleanings to fillings, crowns, root canals, braces, wisdom teeth removal and more. Dr. Ruiz and her team of professionals are at your service.
Rightway Dental offers complete dental care to patients in the Katy and Fulshear area. We offer regular checkups, preventative care, restoration therapy, and orthodontic services including braces. Our goal is to make your dental experience a comfortable and easy one while maintaining your oral and overall health.
Dr. Ruiz has amazing reviews from her patients that emphasize what an incredible dentist she is, how gentle and comfortable she makes her patients, and how friendly and helpful her staff is. Many testimonials state Dr. Ruiz is both personable and professional, and they’re pleased with the treatment she recommends.
Why Wait?
Don’t wait or procrastinate until your baby, child or teenager has an aching tooth. Let Dr. Ruiz hear from you so we can schedule your child’s dental visit today.