As a family and pediatric dentist, Dr. Aimee Kraft and Dr. Eric Last care for patients of all ages. They are proud to provide preventive care for children, including:
They can also:
For children involved in sports, she can create customized mouth guards to protect their teeth.
Even baby teeth can develop painful cavities. In fact, problems with the baby teeth may even have an effect on the child’s adult teeth developing below the gum’s surface. For this reason, children should start seeing the dentist as soon as they have some baby teeth and are able to sit still for an appointment.
If you aren’t sure whether your child is ready to begin regular dental visits, please call the office for guidance.
During a pediatric checkup, Dr. Kraft or Dr. Eric Last will begin the appointment by putting your child at ease.
Next, she’ll examine the child’s teeth to look for any decay or other problems that may need treatment.
Depending on your child’s age, Dr. Kraft or Dr. Eric Last may also recommend X-rays to look at their teeth and bones.
If Dr. Kraft or Dr. Last finds any problems during the exam, they'll recommend treatment options at this time. They’ll discuss these options with you in detail so you can make the best choice for your child.
Children should see Dr. Kraft and Dr. Eric Last for cleanings and routine dental checkups once every six months. Children should also see Dr. Kraft and Dr. Last when they experience pain or any other problems with their teeth that may require treatment.
Some children may be frightened at their first dental visit, but Dr. Kraft and Dr. Last have experience putting children at ease in this in their care. If the child is frightened about a procedure, Dr. Kraft and Dr. Last may recommend sedation and/or anesthesia to keep them child calm and comfortable.
Our office welcomes patients with or without dental insurance. Our insurance and payment coordinator will be happy to assist you in determining what type of benefits are available to you through your insurance plan. Payment arrangements for account balances are due at the time services are rendered, so please bring your insurance card with you to your first visit. We accept many forms of payment, including cash and most major credit cards. You can also speak with our office administrator about flexible payment options available for major dental services. If you have lingering questions concerning the financial aspect of your visit, our office administrators are on-hand during our regular business hours to answer your questions and address your concerns.