Our Most Common Questions

At Bean Tree Pediatric Dentistry, we cater to children of every age. And we love to educate li’l beans and their parents about good oral hygiene and nutrition, because we want you to be able to prevent dental decay and make the best choices for your child’s dental health.
Please understand that this service does not constitute or imply a doctor-patient relationship unless your child is already a patient of record.

Top 3 Common Questions

When Should I Schedule My Child for His or Her First Dental Visit?

We follow the guidelines set by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, which says children should see a pediatric dentist by their first birthday or within six months after the first tooth has erupted.

Early visits help to ensure positive dental experiences and provide prevention-focused patient and parent education. It will also establish your child with a dental home and gives parents access to after hours dental related emergency care.

If you’re ready to schedule your child’s first appointment, give us a call us at (904) 372-3260 or just click the button below and send us a message.

Are Baby Teeth Really That Important To My Child?

YES! “Baby” (primary) teeth may be small, but they’re very important. They are an aid in guiding permanent teeth into their proper positions.

Without a healthy set of baby teeth, your child will have trouble chewing and speaking clearly. That’s why caring for baby teeth and keeping them decay-free is so important.

If you’d like to learn more about baby teeth and why keeping them clean and healthy is so important, just click the link below.

Is a Pediatric Dentist Different Than a Family Dentist?

Pediatric dentists are the pediatricians of dentistry. Pediatric dentists have two to three years of specialty training following dental school and limit their practice to treating children.

Pediatric dentists provide primary and specialty oral care for children from infancy through adolescence, including those with special health needs.

It’s alway best to select a board certified pediatric dentist. Click the button below to view Dr. Mason’s board certification status.

Common Questions by Category

For your convenience, we’ve listed some questions you may have regarding your child’s dental care. If you don’t find an answer to your particular question here, you are more than welcome to call us at (904) 372-3260. We will be more than happy to help. Or you can email us, and someone from the BeanTeam will promptly answer your question.

Common Prevention Questions

Common Hygiene Questions

Common Pain and Injury Questions

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