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Children's Dentist in Caddens, Penrith
Your first visit
We know there can be nervousness or fears and we work hard to make it a comfortable experience.
Your child will enjoy “roaring like a lion”, “going for a ride in the dental chair” and taking home a “prize” when they see our kid’s dentist.
Kid's dental care
We recommend children visit the dentist for a check-up every 6 months so we can monitor oral health and spot any potential problems.
Child Dental Benefits Schedule
Benefits for basic dental services, including examinations, X-rays, cleaning, fissure sealants, fillings, root canals and extractions, are capped at $1,000 per child over two consecutive calendar years.
The Caddens Dental Bar has no waiting list for CDBS patients – your child will be given the next available appointment.
For more information, or to find out if your child is eligible, call us on (02) 9159 3955.
Emergency dentist for kids
We are available after hours and on weekends for children’s dental emergencies.
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We offer the best in children’s dentistry and we love making your kids smile.
As a rule of thumb, it’s time for a dental visit when your baby’s first tooth becomes visible or they reach 12 months old – whichever comes first. If you notice anything you think is out of the ordinary before this time, it’s better to book an appointment straight away.
Young children may feel more calm when they sit on their parent’s lap during their check-up, but as they get older we encourage parents to allow their children to go to dentist unaccompanied. We believe that this helps to foster independence and helps kids to feel more comfortable with dental care.
We may recommend fissure sealants as a preventive treatment if we notice deep grooves on your child’s teeth, where food and bacteria can easily get trapped and may be difficult to remove. Our dentists can apply fissure sealants to fill in these grooves and lower your child’s risk of dental problems. This treatment is minimally invasive and does not require any injections.
Just because primary teeth (baby teeth) are going to fall out eventually, that doesn’t mean they can be ignored! If any of these teeth experience decay or become infected, this may affect the development of the permanent tooth below, as well as causing pain and discomfort. Brushing their baby teeth every day will also get children used to taking care of their permanent teeth as they grow up.
We recommend that children visit the dentist every 6 months. This gives our paediatric dentists the chance to monitor their oral health and orthodontic development and to respond faster if we spot signs of a problem. However, the ideal time interval for appointments always depends on your child’s individual needs.
Yes. Modern dental X-rays are safe for children and adults as the amount of radiation involved is extremely low, and is equivalent to the sort of exposure you would receive on a 1-2 hour flight.