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Helps & FAQs


Yes, Kids2Dentist accepts Medi-Cal insurance. We are committed to providing accessible dental care to all children, including those covered by Medi-Cal.

Kids2Dentist provides dental care for children of all ages, from infants to adolescents.

Yes, we offer sedation dentistry for children who may require it for certain procedures. Our experienced team ensures that children are comfortable and safe during their dental treatments.

We recommend that children visit the dentist every six months for regular check-ups and cleanings. However, the frequency of visits may vary depending on the child’s oral health needs.

Kids2Dentist is dedicated to providing comprehensive dental care for children with special needs. Our team is trained to accommodate the unique needs of each child and offer specialized services as required.

Scheduling an appointment for your child is easy. You can call our office directly or use our online booking system to request an appointment at your convenience.

In case of a dental emergency, please contact our office immediately. Our team will provide guidance on the next steps and ensure that your child receives prompt care.

Yes, Kids2Dentist offers orthodontic services for children, including braces and Invisalign treatment. We work closely with orthodontic specialists to ensure the best possible outcomes for our patients.

Absolutely! Our dental offices are designed with children in mind, featuring colorful decor, fun activities, and friendly staff to create a comfortable and welcoming environment for kids.

You can help prepare your child for their dental appointment by talking to them about what to expect, practicing good oral hygiene habits at home, and answering any questions they may have about visiting the dentist.

A pedodontist, also known as a pediatric dentist, is a dentist who specializes in providing dental care for children from infancy to adolescence. They undergo advanced training in child development, behavior management, trauma care, anesthesia, and sedation methods, as well as dental and facial growth.

 The American Dental Association recommends that parents have their baby see the dentist around their first birthday. Early dental visits help ensure proper oral health care and early detection of any potential issues.

Babies typically start getting their first teeth between 6 to 12 months of age. Teething can be uncomfortable for babies, leading to fussiness, trouble sleeping, and drooling. Parents can help soothe teething discomfort with teething rings or cold objects.

Persistent thumb or finger sucking beyond preschool years can affect the alignment of permanent teeth, leading to potential issues with bite and speech. Parents should gently encourage their child to stop the habit and consult with a pedodontist for evaluation and guidance on habit control strategies.