We recommend that you bring your child in as soon as their first tooth has erupted or around their first birthday, whichever comes first. Regular dental appointments from infancy are critical for tracking the development of your child’s teeth. At these initial appointments, Dr. Yasi and Dr. Sal can answer all of the questions that you have about your child’s oral development, diet, and proper techniques for brushing and cleaning tiny teeth. This empowers you to take better care of your child’s mouth as they grow and develop.
If you are bringing in an infant to The Little Royals, the clinical aspect of your first appointment will likely be quite brief. Dr. Yasi or Dr. Sal will examine your infant and their mouth, and perform a preventive checkup on all visible teeth, check them for signs of decay, and ensure that they have erupted properly. We will also check for proper bite alignment, and issues like tongue and lip ties. Once your child’s exam is complete, our dentists will discuss their findings and answer any questions you may have about caring for your child’s teeth.
One of the best reasons to see a dentist from infancy is peace of mind. We love empowering new parents with preventive education that will help you take proper care of your child’s teeth and gums. You’ll feel relieved, knowing that your child’s oral health is cared for and that you have a resource for your family’s dental care needs. When you have a question about your child’s teeth or gums, we can help with expert advice. Seeing a dentist early safeguards your child’s oral health as their primary teeth erupt and develop.
"Dr. Sal and Dr. Yasi are super caring. They put their patient care above anything else by providing genuine and honest dental advice. I highly recommend The Little Royals to anyone seeking great care for their kids’ dental needs."
"My three kids love Dr. Sal and Dr. Yasi. They had so much fun at their check ups and can't wait to come back!"
"You won’t be able to find better dentists for your child! Dr. Yasi and Dr. Sal have hearts of gold and truly care about each and every one of their patients. It’s so evident that patient care is their number one priority."