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Going to the Dentist (for Kids)



Q: What part of your body helps you to digest your favorite foods,
say “cheese,” and look great in pictures?
A: Your teeth!

It’s true. Your teeth are an important part of your smile, and they also help you
chew foods like crunchy apples or yummy pizza.

Brushing and flossing are important, but you also need to visit your dentist regularly
to keep your teeth strong and healthy. Let’s learn more about what happens at the
dentist’s office.

What Does the Dentist Do?

The dentist is a doctor who is specially trained to care for teeth. When you visit
for a checkup, your dentist will look at your teeth and gums to check for any problems.
The dentist also wants to make sure your teeth are developing properly as you grow.

It’s important to visit your dentist every 6 months to

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Your Dentists Providing The Best Dental Care Throughout New Mexico

TruCare Dental provides dentistry for families throughout Albuquerque, Rio Rancho and surrounding areas. Our dentists focus on providing the highest quality of dental services in a safe, clean, stress free and comfortable environment. Whether in need of emergency treatment, looking for another dentist or just coming in for a routine cleaning we are dentists you can trust. Our dentists are trained, skilled and qualified to offer you the expertise you are looking for. We provide conservative treatment options while always keeping your best interests in mind.

Let us be your dental home!

Our dentists and staff pride themselves in providing exceptional dentistry and are committed to creating a friendly, patient focused experience that you will enjoy. We strive to build a long-lasting relationship of trust by treating you as a special individual. When you set foot in our office, you

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STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS AT HOME

Cover your mouth and nose when you cough or sneeze. Keep tissues close by. Cough or sneeze into your shirt sleeve if necessary.

Wash your hands often. Use soap and wash for at least 20 seconds. If soap and water are unavailable, use a hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol.

Disinfect shared surfaces daily.

Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.

Stay home when you are sick. Call your doctor for advice if needed.

If you’re interested in applying for Florida KidCare coverage for your child(ren), use this simple eligibility calculator to estimate what your monthly premium payment would be.

National Children’s Dental Health Month serves as a great reminder for the importance of your child’s oral health. Call your dentist and schedule a routine cleaning and talk to your dentist about a preventive coating called a sealant that can protect your

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