Children’s Dentistry in Fort Worth, TX

Lake Country Dental is dedicated to bringing your children the best dentistry possible. That is why we provide children’s dentistry in Fort Worth, Texas, and surrounding areas of Saginaw and northwest Forth Worth. Our talented dentist, Dr. Cain, will work closely with your child to ensure they receive excellent dental care. To schedule an appointment with our talented dentist, please call our office at (817) 236-8771.


Frequently Asked Questions About Children’s Dentistry

What are dental sealants?

A dental sealant is a thin, plastic coating applied to the surface of a child’s back teeth, or molars, to prevent decay and cavities. The coating acts as a protective shield against plaque, bacteria, and acids that cause tooth decay. Sealants are a common, preventative treatment for children under the age of 12 for maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Best of all, Dr. Snider can apply a dental sealant in as little as one visit to our Fort Worth office.

Are fluoride drops necessary?

Integrating fluoride into a child’s tooth structure is an extremely potent method for preventing tooth decay and maintaining a healthy smile. It’s important to test the amount of fluoride present and determine an appropriate dosage. We strongly suggest checking in with your child’s pediatrician or our Fort Worth dentist before giving your child fluoride.

Is taking care of primary (baby) teeth important?

Yes, taking care of your child’s teeth is essential because their primary teeth help form how they speak, chew, and smile. Their first set of teeth occupy an area in the jaw for permanent teeth to erupt, or show through the gums, properly. Losing teeth prematurely can be painful and eventually lead to developmental problems.

How often should I bring my child in for a dental visit?

Children should have their first dental visit around two or three years old, and come in for regular check-ups every six months. Around this age, all of your child’s primary (baby) teeth are erupted and become visible along the gumline.

Our friendly staff will educate them on the correct and most effective way to brush and floss during their first dental visit. It’s vital to educate children on the importance of oral hygiene as early as possible to ensure a healthy and happy smile.