General Dentistry

Kurt R. Kwiatkowski DDS, SC Offers Pediatric Dentistry

Kid-Sized Oral Health Care Makes a Big Difference

Your child’s smile is an indicator of joy, happiness, and laughter. As they begin to grow, it’s essential to keep their teeth in pristine condition with top-notch oral health care. At the dental practice of Kurt R. Kwiatkowski DDS, SC in Grafton, WI, our team is dedicated to providing quality pediatric dentistry to maintain and protect your child’s smile.


What Is Pediatric Dentistry?

Pediatric dentistry is a specialized field of dentistry that manages the oral health care of children. Infants and adolescents have different dental needs from adults, necessitating a custom approach to their smiles. Dentists at Kurt R. Kwiatkowski DDS, SC manage all aspects of diagnosing and treating oral health concerns in children, including those with special needs.

Dr. Kwiatkowski has many years of experience treating children and is committed to helping them feel comfortable and safe during their visits. Your child’s dental visits may consist of professional teeth cleanings, oral exams, and orthodontic evaluations. If you have any questions about our pediatric dentistry procedures, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly staff for more information.

The Importance of Pediatric Dentistry

Many dental disorders that lead to a lifetime of pain and discomfort take root during adolescence. Many children do not learn proper dental hygiene until it is too late to reverse the formation of conditions like periodontal disease. By ensuring that your child forms healthy habits early on, you are taking the first step towards setting them up for excellent oral health. In addition, as your child begins to lose their baby teeth, a dentist can regularly evaluate the growth of their new adult teeth to keep their development on track. If your child’s dentist notices any patterns that could indicate impaction or bite dysfunction, they can recommend a course of treatment to tackle the problem. While many oral health issues can be treated with our advanced technology, it is much easier to prevent them with a comprehensive dental hygiene regimen.

When Should My Child First See a Dentist?

The American Dental Association recommends that children see a dentist when their first tooth grows in, or no later than one year of age, whichever happens first. It may seem silly to bring a baby to the dentist when they only have one tooth, but it’s never too early to begin considering oral health. Your child’s dentist can also conduct an inspection of their oral cavity and make predictions about their future health needs based on the results. They can also teach your child how to properly floss and brush their teeth to avoid the accumulation of plaque and tartar.

Contact Us

If you’re looking for a dentist for the family in Grafton, choose Kurt R. Kwiatkowski DDS, SC. We offer adult and pediatric dentistry in a friendly, welcoming setting. Contact us today to make an appointment and find out more about our services. New patients are always welcome. We look forward to meeting you.