We recommend bringing children to the dental office ages 4 and up. This is often done with the periodic monitoring of parents.
It is very important to make the visit to the dentist as pleasant as possible for each child. With jokes, distractions, but above all patience and lots of attention, we try to do this as best we can.
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The first dental visit
This first visit is short and actually meant to be a familiarization visit. This involves building a trusting relationship between your child and the dentist.
We always advise the father or mother, to give the toddler alone with the assistant so that the dentist can deal with the toddler one-on-one and he or she gets all the attention alone.
Prevention and information visit
Over time, habituation visits are extended to a prevention and education visit. Prevention will focus on how to avoid getting cavities.
It is also important to have an orthodontic checkup done in time to begin any necessary correction early. This may prevent the need to extract (pull molars) later in life due to lack of space.
What patients say about us
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“It was a pleasant experience and I was lucky enough that they were able to save my tooth. Professional, friendly, calm, with a sense of being in the hands of experts.”
“All my life I have dreaded visiting the dentist. I have been a patient at Dental Clinic van Mill for 5 years now and these days it’s something I look forward to.”
“I believed my teeth could not be saved. Masato and his team have helped me enormously. I have no more pain and finally, I have my life back.”
Costs vary by treatment and may be partially or fully insured. The rates are set by the Dutch Healthcare Authority (NZa), commissioned by the government. Would you like to know more about this? Then read on.
Fear of the dentist?
We make every effort to make your visit painless and as pleasant as possible. We make sure you can relax properly. Want to know how we do this? Then contact us now. Our assistants will be happy to assist you.