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Children’s Dentistry in Hurstville

Toddler playing with blocksParents often have questions about how to take care of their children’s teeth. When should you start brushing? What kind of toothpaste is best? When should you go to the dentist? Knowing the answers to these questions can help you keep your kids’ teeth healthy and cavity free.

Taking your child to the dentist does not need to be a stressful event. To help with this our caring staff are here to make your appointments a pleasant experience for both you and your child.

Our team are more than happy to treat children of all years of age, from the youngest of the family to the oldest. Our goal is to provide a caring and comfortable environment so that dental treatment is not a stressful event for you or your kids.

As soon as your child has teeth, it is valuable to have them checked. This is also a great opportunity to discuss tooth brushing and the impact of diet on your child’s teeth. These visits lay down the foundation for a lifetime of good oral health.”
Dr George Chammas

We can help your children from their first dental appointments, all the way through to adulthood — and our practice has done just that for multiple generations of Sydney residents.

Why Should You Take Your Children to a Family Dentist?

There are several key factors, such as environment, diet and hereditary factors, that can display themselves in multiple (or even all) members of the same family. You can read about these factors, and the benefits of seeing a family dentist here.

A family dentist is in a privileged position to view the overall health of your family, and this allows them to identify and monitor many potential problems with your child’s dental health. It also gives an opportunity for early diagnosis.

Is My Child Too Young for the Dentist?

The Australian Dental Association recommends your child’s first dental appointment at 12 months of age, or shortly after the eruption of their first baby teeth.

During this visit, the dentist will check the health of the child’s first teeth, and any potential alignment issues. It is also an opportunity to go over any important information for parents, such as the best toothbrushes, pastes and dental products to use to ensure your child maintains healthy teeth!

Contact us today for any Paediatric Children’s Dentistry care and our qualified staff will make your child feel comfortable in our practice.


Children’s Dentist in South Hurstville NSW | (02) 9547 2367