Nothing is more important than the health of our children, and keeping their teeth strong is vital.
Proper dental care received at a young age is transformative to a child’s health, growth, and can set the stage for their future bright smiles.
Preventive dentistry focuses on procedures and life practices that help our patients prevent any progression of oral disease.
What We Do
We strive to teach and help our youngest patients understand how to care for their teeth each day. Our goal is to start them off with life-long healthy dental habits. We work with children to ensure this is a daily process they can begin at home.
Who We Are
Our staff is trained and well-equipped to provide your children with a warm, friendly environment where they will feel encouraged to take care of their growing teeth.
We strive to be the practice the entire family goes to seek proper preventative and corrective dental procedures.
— Dr. Cynthia Mikula
How We Do It
A preventive care exam will include the cleaning of the teeth, which removes accumulations of calculus. It will also include examination of the teeth and soft tissue.
We are proud to utilize newer techniques to diagnose periodontal, or gum disease, by using computerized measurement devices that measure the bacterial content in the mouth.
Rest assured that each child will leave our office with a clean, beautiful smile and the education necessary to maintain a happy smile as they grow!
Schedule your next appointment online or by calling 440.871.7170 and keep your child’s smile healthy and bright.
Dental Care Tips
February marks the time to focus on healthy teeth and gums and we are ready to help.
Don’t let cavities or dental problems follow you into the new year.
This is the month where kids get to indulge in all the candy they want, but we have a few easy tips to keep their “treating” from becoming cavities.
We are excited to celebrate our young patients by encouraging them to keep healthy dental habits and proudly support this year’s campaign “Choose Tap Water for a Sparkling Smile.”
School sports are in full swing and with any sport comes the risk of injury.
We are proud to celebrate National Dental Hygiene Month and encourage you to brush, floss, rinse and chew.