¿Hablas español? Nosotros Tambien. Do you need a Spanish Speaking Pediatric Children’s Dentist in Princeton NJ that can communicate with you in Spanish? If you speak Spanish, you can rest assured knowing we can talk to you and your child in Spanish. Dr. Christina Ciano, Dr. Geena Russo, and Dr. Dinah Jammal provide Spanish-speaking children’s pediatric dentistry in Princeton NJ.
We understand that it’s essential for parents to be able to communicate with their pediatric dentist in their native language. That’s why we offer our services in both English and Spanish. So whether your child is just getting started on their dental care or needs more specialized treatment, we can accommodate them.
What to Expect at Your First Visit
At Montgomery Pediatric Dentistry, we understand that your child’s first visit to the dentist may be a little bit (or a lot!) apprehensive. That’s why we do everything we can to ensure your child is comfortable and relaxed from the moment they walk in the door.
One of the best ways to ease your child’s anxiety about going to the dentist is to prepare them for what to expect. If you have a Spanish-speaking child, finding resources to help you do this can be challenging.
Our Spanish-speaking staff will put you both at ease, and our fun and kid-friendly office will help your child feel right at home. We know that every child is different, so we tailor our approach to each individual patient. Whether your child needs a simple cleaning or more extensive dental work, we will always take the time to explain what we are doing and why it is necessary. You will never feel “in the dark,” even if English is not your native language.
Común Procedimientos Dentales para Niños
There are several standard dental procedures that children may need.
Some of the most common procedures we perform at Montgomery Pediatric Dentistry include:
- Cavity Fillings: If your child has a cavity, we will remove the decay and fill the tooth with a tooth-colored composite material.
- Crowns: If your child has a tooth that is severely decayed or damaged, we may recommend a crown. A crown is a “cap” that covers the entire tooth, restoring it to its original shape and size.
- Extractions: If a tooth is too severely damaged to be saved, we may need to remove it. This is called an extraction.
- Fluoride Treatments: Fluoride is a mineral that helps prevent cavities. We may recommend a fluoride treatment for children at high risk for cavities.
- Sealants: Sealants are a thin coating applied to the back teeth, the teeth where cavities most often occur. Sealants help prevent cavities by sealing off the grooves in the teeth where food and bacteria can get trapped.
Consejos para Mantener los Dientes de su Hijo Saludables y Libre de Caries
There are a few simple things you can do to help keep your child’s teeth healthy and cavity-free:
- Brush your child’s teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste.
- Floss your child’s teeth every night.
- Limit sugary drinks and snacks.
- Encourage your child to drink water throughout the day.
- Make sure your child sees the dentist every six months for a checkup and cleaning.
High-Quality Spanish Speaking Pediatric Children’s Dentist in Princeton NJ
We believe that informed patients are more relaxed patients, and we hope that by the end of your first visit, you’ll feel confident that you’ve found the best dental home for your family.
Our bilingual staff can provide your child with the best possible dental care in a comfortable and relaxed setting. We want your child to have a positive experience at the dentist, knowing that speaking their language will help us achieve that goal.
Schedule an appointment with Montgomery Pediatric Dentistry today!