Frequently asked questions
How often a year should you go to the dentist?
When and how often should my child go to the dentist?
Your child’s first visit to the dentist should take place at best after the eruption of the first teeth, but at the latest when the child reaches the age of one. The more playful the first dental visits are, the more your child will enjoy going to the dentist. We recommend taking your child to the dentist at least twice a year. In this way, the dentist can regularly examine your child’s dentition during a purely preventive check-up and, if necessary. carious lesions early, but also practice dental prophylaxis measures such as toothbrushing training with your child. Because: The goal is healthy teeth through good prophylaxis!
Does implantation hurt?
What happens if I am diagnosed with caries?
Therapeutic approaches to carious lesions vary depending on their severity and progression.
Good dental hygiene and remineralization of the teeth, e.g. with professional tooth cleaning by applying a fluoride-containing tooth gel, the spread can possibly already be stopped.
There is also the possibility of sealing the teeth by applying a synthetic material. However, this is only possible if the caries is detected at an early stage. If carious lesions are already present, what remains is filling therapy or even the fabrication of dental crowns or bridges.