Make the Right Choice When Looking for a Children’s Dentist in Hobart
Let us, team with you, so your child has the best oral health possible
Choosing the right children’s dentist is an important decision. The early years of persons life are the most important and the same applies to their oral health. Our philosophy at Ian Gurner Dental Care is to partner with you so that your child can achieve a lifetime of peak oral health. It is best to start this when they are very young.
Adult teeth start developing from birth and continue to do so until 16 years of age. How a child grows dictates how they will develop later in life. Dental trauma, infections or inadequate oral care experienced during childhood may affect developing adult teeth, causing numerous problems.
Education is Key to Children’s Dentistry
Teaming with us to educate your child from an early age about proper oral care will help them thrive, develop and grow. As children have different needs and expectations when it comes to their oral care, their first dental experience needs to be memorable for all the right reasons.
At Ian Gurner Dental Care, we are more than qualified to understand and manage your child’s oral health needs and also have close relationships with our highly trained dental specialists should they be needed.
A Child-Friendly Environment
Our arrival area has the current issues of KZone and Total Girl magazines and is equipped with iPads to keep kids of all ages amused while they wait. The exam rooms are full of natural light and are brightly coloured to make them feel less like a surgery. The entire team will welcome your child and you with a smile and do our utmost to make you both feel at ease.
MEET THE TOOTH TERRORS
A Kids Guide On How To Explain Oral Health To Your Parents
Our Tooth Terrors webpage is a great way to introduce your kids to the importance of oral hygiene. They will meet the Tooth Terrors Gang and learn how to keep them under control by brushing and flossing their teeth. There are posters to download, a progress chart to track their progress and a certificate for parents to download and give their child.