Sheer Smiles Pediatric Dentistry
Sheer Smiles Pediatric Dentistry
(972) 987-0787
2626 Stonebrook Pkwy, Ste 200
Frisco, TX 75034

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Your Frisco Pediatric Dentistry
2626 Stonebrook Pkwy, Ste 200
Frisco, TX 75034

Kid-Friendly & Parent-Approved

Welcome and thank you for visiting Sheer Smiles Pediatric Dentistry. Providing kid-focused, high-quality dental care from our family to yours!

Choosing a dentist you can trust with your children is a big decision. You want a practice that is both clinically skilled and exceptional with your child's unique personality. At Sheer Smiles Pediatric Dentistry, we take pride in providing kid-friendly, parent-approved dental care that exceeds even the highest expectations. We understand the importance of working with children, not against them, to effectively cultivate a co-dependent relationship built on trust and compassion. We go above and beyond to build that trust and rapport with your child.

Call today to set up an appointment with our friendly, knowledgeable pediatric dentist and we will do our best for your child to leave with a dazzling smile.

Why Choose Sheer Smiles Pediatric Dentistry as your kid's Dentist

As Pediatric Dentists, we can help prevent dental-related issues that can be corrected more easily in childhood. We educate parents and children in preventive care in child-friendly terms and in a way that a developing child can be part of the process. Making a positive impression during a child's first dental visits will influence the child's view of dentistry lifelong. It is important that a child is comfortable with the dentist and staff as well as the overall environment. Our training, focused on pediatric dental needs as well as behavioral management, helps foster a positive relationship between your child and the dentist.

When Should My Child See a Pediatric Dentist?

Oral health is a journey that ideally starts at a very young age with your child's first visit to Sheer Smiles. As your child gets older, new considerations arise, yet regular professional checkups and cleanings combined with effective at-home care should be constant.

Dental for baby

American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry and American Pediatric Academy recommends your child's first dental visit within 6 months of the first tooth coming in or by the 1st birthday. In that visit, Dr. Shir can discuss with you how to take best care of your baby's teeth and oral hygiene instructions.

Putting your child to bed with a bottle of milk, sugary drinks, including fruit juices for long period of time promote the risk of early childhood caries, which was also known as bottle caries previously.

Prolonged pacifier or thumb (digit) sucking habits can cause changes in skeletal shape or teeth position of upper front teeth. Early loss of teeth can also affect the way permanent teeth develop. These conditions are highly preventable.

Dental for school-aged kids

Children get their permanent molars starting age 6. Generally, the first or 6-year molars will be visible between ages 5 to 7. The second or 12-year molars typically come anytime between 11-13 years of age. The grooves and depression on the chewing surface of molars are perfect niche for harboring bacteria and food. Sealants are generally recommended on these teeth to prevent food and bacteria from residing in these areas.

Sealants may have been recommended for baby before pre-K, especially if baby's teeth were deeply pitted and grooved.

If your child takes up sports, the Sheer Smile Dental staff can discuss the best ways to prevent injuries. For instance, mouth guards may be customized to prevent teeth from being knocked out and reduce the force of blow to the teeth and supporting structures.

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