You’re never too young to start focusing on healthy teeth! Our team at McGonigle Dental Associates is equipped to provide quality care to patients young and old.
We believe that finding the right dentist at a young age is critical to lifelong oral health. That’s why it’s our mission to provide pediatric dental care to patients of all ages. From the teething babies to teens who need braces, our focus is on providing your child safe and comfortable dental care.
We all know that the dentist can be a scary place for kids. That’s why we aim to create an environment that is welcoming and pleasant for our young clients. We make it our goal to establish trust early on by giving our young patients all the relevant information up front and ensuring them that their care will be handled as delicately as possible.
A big part of pediatric dentistry is anticipating future needs before they become problems. Our facilities have state-of-the-art technology that allows us to focus on prevention and maintenance, which help protect the smiles of our youngest patients smile they grow up.
We make every attempt at McGonigle Dental Associates to establish open communication between doctor, patient, and parent. We know that it is all about trust when it comes to the health care of your children and we take that privilege seriously. That’s why we work so hard to build up trust not only with parents but with our young patients themselves. We want to provide your family a head start on a lifetime of healthy, radiant smiles. Call us today to find out why so many people trust McGonigle Dental Associates for pediatric dentistry In Tinley Park.
A few questions we hear often:
The dentist will examine your child’s gums and assess the general health of the teeth. We like to use these initial visits to answer any questions you or your child may have and start establishing the bond that comes from open communication.
Until your child is three-years-old, it’s important to limit your child’s exposure to fluoride toothpaste. You also want to make sure you tell them not to swallow the toothpaste when they first begin to brush.
Baby teeth are essential in developing speaking skills and natural chewing techniques. They also assist in creating a bridge for permanent teeth.