Children's Dentistry - No Gap Offer and Children's Dentistry Books
No Gaps Offer
For all patients with private health insurance, we offer No Gap Check ups, Cleans, Fluoride, X-rays and Fissure Seals for children under 18 years old. For patients without private health insurance we offer discounted rates - please see our Promotions Page
Our dentists and staff at Capstone Dental believe that good oral hygiene habits are formed from a young age. Our warm and friendly team want to provide a fun and comfortable atmosphere for your child so that they enjoy coming for dental examinations and treatment.
Children's Dentistry Books - Free to Borrow
We understand that growing up and trying new experiences can be exciting for some kids and scary for others. At Capstone Dental, we offer parents the opportunity to borrow some of our children's books which can sometimes help to familiarise children with going to the dentist. The books can
- encourage quality time spent with your children,
- help your child with learning to read
- help your child feel more comfortable with the idea of going to the dentist
- help you and your child understand what happens with a dental check up
If you are interested in borrowing one of our Children's Books, please email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call us (02 8605 1696)
Frequently Asked Questions on Children's Dentistry
When should I bring my child to the dentist and how often?
We recommend that children as young as 2.5 years of age can be brought in for their first dental check up to ensure that all the baby teeth are growing correctly and are healthy.
We also recommend coming for regular check up and cleans every 6 months to monitor progress and changes.
Why should I bring my child to the dentist from a young age?
It is important to start young because baby teeth matter as much as the adult teeth. A child has 20 baby teeth and they are all out by the age of 2.5-3 years old.
The baby teeth can stay in the mouth up to the age of 12 years old and premature loss of baby teeth can cause crowding and spacing issues for the adult teeth. So it is important to have regular check up, scales and cleans to ensure your child's teeth and bones are healthy and developing properly.
We believe in a wholistic approach to dentistry meaning we don't just want to care about their teeth and mouth, but also your child's overal health and wellbeing.
Did you know that your child's airways, breathing and sleeping habits may be related to their jaw and teeth development?
What happens at the dental appointment for my child?
The first appointment will generally just involve an examination of the teeth, gums, and tongue. Depending on their age, subsequent appointments may involve scales and cleans and fluoride treatment. In circumstances where we find cavities and tooth decay, we will inform you and advise on the appropriate type and approach to treatment.
We want to provide you with a thorough understanding of your child's dental health and inform you of any issues that may require treatment.