Pediatric Dentistry

First trip to the dentist can be fun, painless and enjoyable!

Pediatric Dentistry 2017-09-30T04:08:55+00:00

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Pediatric Dentistry

Believe it or not, a child’s first trip to the dentist can be fun, painless and enjoyable.  A child does not necessarily come into this life with a fear of the dentist.  However, like the rest of us, a young person can fear the unknown.

At our office, we make a special effort to use language that is friendly and easily understood.  We know how to describe any diagnosis or treatment in a non-frightening manner.  We want you and your child to feel at ease from the moment you arrive in our waiting room.

Beginning Healthy Oral Hygiene Habits

Examine your child’s teeth every couple of weeks.  Look for signs of decay, such as lines or discoloration in the enamel.  Make sure your child brushes after each time he or she eats or drinks.  Sugary foods and beverages can be especially damaging to young teeth.

We recommend brushing fours times a day for optimum oral health; after breakfast, after lunch, after dinner and before bed.

As soon as that first tooth comes through the baby’s gum, start showing him or her that brushing can be fun.  Brush the one tooth with a small, soft brush and a tiny amount of healthy toothpaste.  (Our office can suggest the best type of toothpaste to use.)

Teach your child to care for his or her own teeth as soon as you can.  Good oral hygiene habits last a lifetime and make a huge impact on the person’s happiness.

If you or your child notices any evidence of decay, such as changes in the color of the tooth enamel or discomfort, contact our office right away and schedule an appointment.  The sooner we can fix the problem the easier and better it will be for the child

Prevent Tooth Decay with Regular Checkups

A cavity is a hole in the enamel of the tooth.  The biggest cause of cavities is incomplete or improper oral hygiene.  Kids are particularly at risk for cavities due to several factors, not the least of which is, not taking proper care of their teeth and gums.

Regular checkups every six months, added to the dental hygiene routine, is the best way to keep your child’s teeth clean and strong and free of cavities

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  OPENING HOURS

Monday 7:00 - 4:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 7:00
Wed.-Thur. 7:00 - 4:00
Friday 8:00 - 1:00

Our First Science Lab

Aunon Dental Group held the First Annual Science Lab! Thanks to our little scientists, it was a great success, and we all had a blast!

MEET OUR DOCTORS

DR. JOSE AUNON
DR. JOSE AUNONDENTIST
Dr. Aunon believes in having the most up to date technology that dentistry has to offer to greatly reduce and ultimately eliminate any fear of going to the dentist for the adult, teen, and especially the child. With the help of his highly qualified and caring staff, he promises the most comprehensive dental care.
DR. MARIA CRUZ
DR. MARIA CRUZDENTIST
Dr. Cruz attended grade, intermediate and high school in Puerto Rico. In 1985 she graduated from the University of Maryland at College Park with Bachelor of Science degree. Five years later Dr. Cruz graduated from Georgetown University Dental School as a Doctor of Dental Surgery.

OUR PATIENTS SAY

They will address all of your needs and make sure you’re comfortable throughout all treatments you receive. At this office, you will experience painless and quick procedures with great results.

KELLY L., GOOGLE

The staff are very supportive and friendly. We’ve been happy with all of the technical Staff & dentists. They make sure you understand all steps to each procedure.

JOSEPH R., FACEBOOK

I have been coming to this dental practice for the past few years (over 5 I believe) and there’s a reason I don’t look anywhere else to have my dental work done! The dentist themselves are all amazing!

CHRISTINA S., YELP

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