Pediatric dentistry

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We recommend that parents take their children from the age of 2 with them to their own biannual check-up so that the dentist can take a look in your child's mouth in a light and relaxed manner. Teeth are counted playfully and if necessary, we will schedule a new appointment to treat your child. Talking and explaining a lot prevents children from becoming anxious.

If your child is already afraid of the dentist, we naturally have a dentist in our practice who will treat your child with a lot of patience and help you get back on the right track.


For pediatric dental treatments and procedures by a dental surgeon for youth up to the age of 18, all treatments (excl. orthodontics, crowns or bridges) are reimbursed for the full 100% by basic insurance. Our rates are based on the UPT rates.

The care of children's teeth

For good oral hygiene in babies, it is important that you brush their teeth once a day from the moment they emerge. It is best to do this in the evening with a very small amount of toddler toothpaste paste.

Once your children are older than two, you should brush their teeth twice a day. This should be done after breakfast and before bedtime, also with a toothpaste especially for toddlers. Since children can only rinse and spit properly from the age of three, you should only use a small amount of toothpaste for this age. About the size of a pea.

And beware: too much fluoride can damage your teeth and cause white chalk marks. The toothpaste must not contain more than 500 ppm fluorine.

We recommend that parents brush children up to 10 years old.

Additional tips to prevent cavities:

Never dip your baby or child's pacifier in honey or sugar water before going to sleep.

If your child drinks fruit juice from a feeding bottle, make sure that he/she drinks thoroughly and does not suck for too long. That is extremely bad for their teeth.

Try to ensure that sucking does not become a habit with your baby. Try to get your child used to drinking from a cup from six to eight months. If the transition is too big, you can temporarily opt for a sippy cup.

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