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Orchid Bloomers in Richardson, Texas

We want your child to always feel comfortable at Orchid Family Dental, so we take the time to meet and greet your youngster before we start any dental treatments. We also speak to them in a friendly and calming tone so that they feel safe in our care. We go above and beyond to treat our younger patients with extra sensitivity and compassion because we understand that dental visits, at any age, can make patients feel anxious. We want your child to have a positive experience with Dental Services in Richardson Texas.

  • Complimentary Children’s Dental Program for all kids under 12
  • Extensively kid-trained & experienced Staff committed to your child’s well-being and safety.
  • Kids Play Area with books & toys
  • Personal LCD TV with videos on demand during treatment
  • Apple IPADS with Pre-loaded Games & Activities for Kids
  • Complimentary Toys & Awards
  • Dr. Jacob was a recipient of the prestigious Dallas Child magazine’s “Mom-Approved Dentist Award”

Orchid Bloomers Activity Packet

30 Pages of Coloring, Crosswords, Mazes, Experiments, Songs & More!

Download Orchid Bloomers Activity Packet

Did You Know?

  • Even before your baby starts teething, you can run a clean, damp washcloth over the gums to clear away harmful bacteria
  • Your Child’s first teeth (primary teeth) appear at 6 months old.
  • Once your baby gets teeth, brush them with an infant toothbrush. Use water and a tiny bit of fluoride toothpaste.
  • Once your baby’s teeth touch, you can begin flossing in between them.
  • Your Baby should see the Dentist by 1 years old.
  • Bottle Tooth Decay can happen if babies drink milk, formula, or juice out of bottles over long periods of time.
  • Pacifiers & Thumb sucking for prolonged periods can be harmful to your child’s teeth.
  • All 20 baby teeth should appear at 2 years old
  • Kids ages 3 and up should use only a pea-sized amount of fluoride toothpaste.
  • Always supervise kids younger than 6 while brushing, as they are more likely to swallow toothpaste
  • It is recommended that children who play sports wear a mouthguard to protect their smile.
  • All adult teeth (permanent teeth) should be in place by 13 years of age (except for wisdom teeth).
  • Wisdom teeth can appear anywhere from 18-25 years of age. Some may require extraction.
  • Along with proper diet, brushing & flossing, going to the dentist every 6 months is vital to oral health.
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