Rancho Cucamonga Pediatric Dentist
Your child's teeth and health comes first at Rancho Cucamonga Dental care. A Pediatric Dentist has an extra two to three years of specialized training after regular dental school, and is dedicated to the oral health of your children from infancy through their teenage years.
Just as toddlers, pre-teens, and teenagers all need different types of care when dealing with their behavior, they also need different types of care when it comes to their dental health and development. Our specialized pediatric dentist is best qualified to meet these needs.
Why are your child's primary or baby teeth so important?
Your child's dental health and care for their primary teeth is just as important as their adult teeth. Neglected cavities can and very often do lead to problems which will affect their developing permanent teeth.
Primary teeth, or baby teeth are important for providing the correct amount of space for permanent teeth and helping to guide them into the correct position as well as proper development of your child's jaw bones and muscles. Primary teeth also aid in the development of your child's speech their appearance. While the front 4 teeth last until 6 to 7 years of age, your child's back teeth (cuspids and molars) are not replaced until they reach the age of 10 to 13.
Seeing a Pediatric Dentist on a regular basis is essential to your child's dental health. Call us today to get into our Rancho Cucamonga Dental office right away.
Children's Dental Care
Pediatric Dentist in Rancho Cucamonga
Your child's dental health is so important and all of the team at Dr. Burke's office will treat your child with the up-most respect and care.
Book an appointment with our Rancho Cucamonga Pediatric dentist today, for a healthier tomorrow for your child.