My First Visit
Our office, along with the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), The American Dental Association (ADA), and American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), recommends that your child visit a pediatric dentist by his or her first birthday! Children who established a “Dental Home” at an early age are more likely to receive appropriate preventive and routine oral healthcare.
The first visit to any dental offices is nerve-wracking and scary, but our team is here to ensure that your child’s first visit is simple, fun, and stress-free! Each child is unique, and we understand his/her curiosity and apprehension; hence, the first visit is designed to make your child feel comfortable and establish trust.
Financing & Insurance
Thank you for considering our pediatric dental office Bellevue, WA for your child’s dental needs!
Below are a list of insurances that Art of Pediatric Dentistry is a preferred provider of:
- GEHA/Connection Dental
- United Concordia
- Washington Dental Services/Delta Dental
- United Healthcare
If you do not see your insurance listed above, or if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions about your coverage. Our friendly dental team looks forward to helping your family!
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What Types of Treatments Do Pediatric Dentists Provide?
Pediatric dentists take an additional two to three years of special training after finishing their dental requirements. These doctors treat infants and children through adolescence.
What Kinds of Foods Are Harmful for Teeth?
Snacking is an activity we all do and what we choose to snack on is important. Snacks that are full of sugar such as candy or cake may taste good, but are not good for our teeth.
How Much Radiation is in a Dental X-Ray?
Dental x-rays are commonly used when you visit your dentist. Many patients wonder if dental x-rays are safe and if they should worry about radiation exposure.