When it comes to dental work for your kids, you may cringe at the thought of having them go through this invasive experience. Advances in technology, pediatric dental service and a family-centered care approach have made these experiences less traumatic for everyone involved.
I am happy to introduce a Dr. Randy Pagenkopf from Smiles By Randy, who is using a new type of technology to help their patients with dental procedures.
When dealing with your child’s dental visits, it can be a stressful time for both you and your little one, even more so for those children with special needs. But, it doesn’t have to be. Finding a pediatric dentist who specializes in advanced pediatric technology is the key to your child’s successful and exciting dental experience.
A pediatric dentist has taken their education to another level, one that specializes in the specific needs of children, so you don’t have to settle for anything less than amazing when it comes to their dental health!
No More Pain? No Problem!
What exactly is advanced pediatric technology? Those three little words hold a lot of weight when it comes to a tear and pain free dental procedure. As adults, we know all about those kinds of visits. Many people don’t fully realize the advances made in our dental field and just accept that their child may experience some form of mild pain when having a procedure done. With advanced pediatric technology, such as Waterlase, that’s no longer the case. No shots. Not drills. No fear. Simple as that.
Dental restorations using Waterlase technology means precision filling and doing away with scary drills and painful numbing shots. What kid wouldn’t be happy about that? I’m wondering if my adult dentist can measure up?
Also, Waterlase technology lessens the need for anesthetics, which is a scary thought in itself. But the benefits don’t stop there. How many new moms have felt and endured the pain of their newborn baby having a frenum attachment abnormality? It is stressful to both you, and your baby. With Waterlase, your child’s frenectomy doesn’t involve tissue trauma, like older methods did. The procedure takes 3-5 minutes and their healing time has been cut in half. What’s even better? Your child is able to eat as normal right after the frenectomy is complete.
When You Know Better, You Do Better, Right?
We always want better for our kids then what we had, so taking your child, especially those with special needs, to the dentist should be an experience that develops happy memories and a sense of security.
A pediatric dentist can help eliminate your child’s fear and anxiety of scary drills and painful shots by developing a lasting relationship that specializes in their needs.
~ Dr. Randy Pagenkopf
They are located at:
757A Long Point Rd
Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464