For families with children, finding a dental practice that offers gentle, yet effective pediatric dentistry can be challenging.
At My Kidz Mouth Dental in Rowlett, TX, a family-run practice, parents can get high-quality pediatric dental care at an affordable price.
Here's why local families trust our office for their oral health care...
Do You Have Kids? Why You Should Choose Our Pediatric Dentists
Comprehensive Dentistry for All Ages
Drs. José Montoya and Ashley Ramsey can treat patients of all ages in a single office. Because we have two general dentists and a board-certified pediatric dentist on our team, we can meet the needs of every member of your family without referring you to an outside doctor.
While other dentists may offer pediatric services, not all dentists possess the additional training offered by our team. Dr. Ramsey is a board-certified pediatric dentist. In addition to her regular dental school training, she has passed rigorous tests in order to obtain board certification in the field of pediatric dentistry.
Advanced Dental Technology
Our pediatric dentistry practice uses advanced technology to make care more efficient and comfortable for young patients. During your child's appointment, we may use digital radiographs or our cone beam scanner to thoroughly diagnose oral health issues, or our dental laser to carefully treat the teeth and gums with minimal discomfort.
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If you are looking for a pediatric dentist close to home, our Rowlett, TX, dentists can help.
Our husband-and-wife dental team treats every young patient the way that we would want our kids to be treated. Together with Dr. Khanolkar, Drs. Montoya and Ramsey can help even the most anxious boys and girls feel comfortable and cared for.
Our doctors are members of:
- The American Dental Association
- The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
We have the experience and training to care for growing smiles from infancy to adulthood. To schedule an appointment, request a consultation online or call our practice at:
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I absolutely love this office. I have been bringing my boys here for years and have never had a bad experience. Not one thing to complain about. The dentist are so patient and caring. They explain everything they do to the patients and makes my boys feel comfortable. The hygienists are very good too. They always have my insurance figured out even for last minuet treatments. I have never been more impressed by an office before.View On Google
This is my second time coming for myself and the staff is extremely nice. Very professional and educational. They talk to you every step of the way . The children side is also amazing. I’ve been brings my kids for 4 years and love their dentist visits. Which as a kid I feared the dentist. So that speaks volumes. Definitely try this place. You won’t regret it.View On Google
Pediatric Dentists vs. General Dentists: What's the Difference?
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When is it a good time to bring your child to the dentist?
Pediatric Dentistry Experts Recommend a Checkup by Your Child's First Birthday
The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, American Dental Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all recommend that children attend their first dental visit by age one.
Many parents believe that baby teeth do not require as much care as permanent teeth, but healthy baby teeth can help your youngster maintain proper chewing, nutrition, speech development, and permanent teeth development.
During your first appointment at our Rowlett, TX, office, we will provide professional in-office treatment as well as key information about infant oral hygiene. We offer the tools you need to maintain healthy smiles at home. Our pediatric dentists strongly believe in the importance of patient (and parent) education and look forward to partnering with you to keep your little one's smile healthy and beautiful.
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Dr. Ramsey has the experience and kindness that counts when treating children. We take great pride in helping families all over Rowlett, TX, experience the joys of a healthy smile. From routine exams to endodontics, we are here to help your child establish outstanding oral health that they can maintain for the rest of their lives.
For more information about dentistry for infants, K-6, and adolescents, contact My Kidz Mouth Dental online or call our office at:
A 5-Star Review for Our Caring Staff
The Staff was super friendly & positive! My daughter was very happy with her experience! Jill Torres
Common Pediatric Dental Services
Our team offers white fillings made of composite resin. Unlike metal fillings, white fillings blend in seamlessly with the surrounding teeth. If we cannot complete the treatment for any reason, we might recommend silver diamine fluoride, a material that works to arrest dental decay, until we can place a restoration.
For children who have extensive fractures or tooth decay that cannot be managed with a white filling, we offer stainless steel crowns and stainless steel crowns with white coverings. These durable restorations allow children to bite and chew again without experiencing pain or tooth sensitivity.
It's best for crooked teeth to be treated sooner rather than later. Even a mild case of malocclusion can have negative effects on your oral health in adulthood. Our pediatric dentistry team can provide orthodontic space maintainers, braces, or FASTBRACES® for children who need efficient orthodontic treatment.
Cavities affect more than just the teeth. The oral bacteria that cause decay can also infect the pulp located within a tooth, resulting in a root canal infection. Our doctors can perform pulpotomies (root canals for young children) using advanced materials such as mineral trioxide aggregate (MTA).
During a frenectomy, one of our doctors can remove overgrown soft tissue within the mouth. This procedure can help children with their speech and eating habits, or babies who are having trouble nursing. When possible, we use lasers rather than scalpels to reduce anxiety and minimize infection risk.
Whenever possible, we work to preserve baby teeth and permanent teeth using preventative and restorative techniques. When severely damaged teeth cannot be saved, we can perform gentle tooth extractions.
Putting Children at Ease A Pediatric Dentist Who Cares
We understand that many kids are afraid of going to the dentist, especially very young children. To help young patients feel at ease and build a positive association with dentistry, we maintain a calm, child-friendly atmosphere. We also help young patients understand procedures, so they aren't so scary anymore. No matter how young, we treat every visitor the way we would treat one of our own family members.
We Proudly Offer Pediatric Sedation Helping Kids Feel Relaxed During Their Visit
Explaining dental treatments in a child-friendly way usually helps kids relax. If a child still feels uneasy about sitting in the dentist's chair, we have other safe methods of overcoming anxiety.
Our Rowlett, TX, pediatric dental practice offers sedation dentistry to make each visit more comfortable. We have nitrous oxide (laughing gas), oral medications, or intravenous (IV) sedation. Our dentists can help you choose a method of sedation that meets your youngster's unique needs, helping them feel comfortable in the moment while decreasing their anxiety about future appointments.
We closely monitor children when using sedation techniques in order to ensure their absolute safety.
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Happy Rowlett Patients Review Our Office
Everyone here is amazing! Dr. Montoya and Dr. Ramsey treat our whole family, including grandparents. Dr. Ramsey most recently has treated both my kids. She and Gigi are absolutely wonderful with them - so patient and caring. They really put them at ease and made the whole experience less stressful.View On Google
I have brought my son here for the last 3 years and have never a bad experience. My husband and I come here now and we love it. It can be scary to go to the dentist but coming here we all look forward to it .View On Google
Tips From the Dentist Caring for Your Child's Teeth at Home
Avoid Sugary Drinks Before Bedtime
Sending your child to bed with a bottle of milk or juice may get them to settle down quickly, but the sugar in these drinks will sit in your child's mouth all night, making it a breeding ground for bacteria and leading to eventual tooth decay. After brushing your child's teeth, avoid letting them drink any beverages other than water before bedtime.
Eat Tooth-Friendly Foods
Certain foods can be better or worse for your child's oral health. Often, kids receive a large amount of sugar from consuming too many juices and not enough water. Cut down on the amount of sugar your child consumes and give them foods and drinks with tooth-friendly nutrients, such as calcium, vitamin D, potassium, and iron.
Make Brushing Fun
It can be tedious to brush your teeth for two minutes twice a day as an adult, let alone as a child. Make brushing fun by playing your child’s favorite song for two minutes or incorporate a physical timer, such as a sand hourglass, so your child can see how much longer they have to brush.
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