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Parent Place

We love welcoming new smiles to our Miami office! We make the insurance process simple for parents. You’ll find that we accept most popular insurances, so parents don’t have to stress to find a reliable dentist for their child. Read below for common pediatric dental procedures, goals of pediatric dentistry and a full list of all insurance plans that Little Champions Pediatric Dentistry accepts.

PPO Dental Plans

Aetna PPO     Ameritas Assurant PPO     Cigna PPO     Delta PPO/Preimiere   Dentemax     Blue Dental Choice PPO     FCL/BCBS Federal     

GEHA/Connection Dental     Guardian     Humana PPO     Metlife     Premier PPO Principal     Solstice     United Concordia – Commercial PPO     United Healthcare

What are the most common dental procedures in pediatrics?

The most common dental procedures in pediatrics include:

  • Dental Sealants: These are thin, plastic coatings that are applied to the back teeth (molars) to prevent cavities.

  • Fluoride Treatments: This helps strengthen tooth enamel and prevents cavities

  • Fillings: This is when a dentist removes decay from a tooth and then fills it with material (usually amalgam or composite resin)

  • Root Canals: This is when the nerve of the tooth becomes infected and needs to be removed; it's then filled with an inert material.

  • Tooth Extractions: This is usually done if there is too much damage decay on a tooth or if baby teeth need to be removed prior to getting braces.

What is the main goal of Pediatric Dentistry?

The main goal of pediatric dentistry is to ensure that children have healthy teeth and mouths. This includes preventing dental problems, promoting good oral hygiene habits, and providing early intervention when necessary.

By starting young, children can develop a lifelong foundation for good oral health.

Asking your pediatric dentist the right questions can help ensure that your child gets the best possible care. By being prepared and knowing what to ask, you can help make sure that your child's dental visit is a positive experience.

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