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ABOUT LITTLE WHITE TOOTH in SCOTTSDALE

At Little White Tooth here in Scottsdale we are happy to provide a warm, fun, and inviting local atmosphere for all kids. As a mom, and veteran, owned specialty pediatric dental office, we welcome parents and caregivers to accompany their child to all dental visits. Treating our patients like family is our highest priority.

KIDS SMILE FACTS

Here at Little White Tooth, we know little teeth. Everything we do is focused on your child and creating a positive happy experience for their oral health.
Hover over each fun face to learn the answer to these common dental questions!

The AAPD recommends that your child see a dentist every 6 months.

The AAPD recommends that your child see a dentist every 6 months.

The AAPD recommends that your child see a dentist every 6 months.

The AAPD recommends that your child see a dentist every 6 months.

How often does your child need to go to the dentist?

The AAPD recommends that your child see a dentist every 6 months

It is recommended that you start brushing with toothpaste as soon as the first tooth appears

It is recommended that you start brushing with toothpaste as soon as the first tooth appears

It is recommended that you start brushing with toothpaste as soon as the first tooth appears

It is recommended that you start brushing with toothpaste as soon as the first tooth appears

When should you start brushing with toothpaste?

It is recommended that you start brushing with toothpaste as soon as the first tooth appears

Before 12 months of age or within 6 months of when the first tooth appears

Before 12 months of age or within 6 months of when the first tooth appears

Before 12 months of age or within 6 months of when the first tooth appears

Before 12 months of age or within 6 months of when the first tooth appears

When should I take my child to their first dental visit?

Before 12 months of age or within 6 months of when the first tooth appears

Sealants are recommended at ages 6 and 12.

Sealants are recommended at ages 6 and 12.

Sealants are recommended at ages 6 and 12.

Sealants are recommended at ages 6 and 12.

When are sealants recommended?

Sealants are recommended at ages 6 and 12.

On average a child will lose their first baby tooth around age 6

On average a child will lose their first baby tooth around age 6

On average a child will lose their first baby tooth around age 6

On average a child will lose their first baby tooth around age 6

When will my child lose their first baby tooth?

On average a child will lose their first baby tooth around age 6

There are 20 “baby” primary teeth.

There are 20 “baby” primary teeth.

There are 20 “baby” primary teeth.

There are 20 “baby” primary teeth.

How many primary "baby" teeth are there?

There are 20 “baby” primary teeth.

On average a child will lose their last baby tooth around age 12

On average a child will lose their last baby tooth around age 12

On average a child will lose their last baby tooth around age 12

On average a child will lose their last baby tooth around age 12

When will my child lose their last baby tooth?

On average a child will lose their last baby tooth around age 12

There are on average 32 adult permanent teeth

There are on average 32 adult permanent teeth

There are on average 32 adult permanent teeth

There are on average 32 adult permanent teeth

How many permanent adult teeth are there?

There are on average 32 adult permanent teeth

EMERGENCY DENTAL SERVICES FOR CHILDREN

 Accidents happen! If you face a dental emergency, give us a call immediately. If you need urgent treatment after hours, you can call our emergency number. We are always here to assist when your child's dental health is at risk. Click the button below to read some tips on dealing with urgent pedisatric dental situations.