FAQ

Dr. Wing FAQWhen should I take my child to their first Dental Exam?
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines, every child should be seen for an initial dental visit by the age of twelve months. If you have any dental concerns or needs before the age of 12 months, please call my office so myself or my staff can assist your dental needs.
What Should I Do if My Child Has a Dental Emergency?​​​
In case of an emergency, please call our office as soon as possible.  If it is after hours, an emergency phone number will be given that will directly reach Dr. Wing.
​​​ How Often should my Child be Seen?
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines, an oral examination, cleaning, and fluoride treatment should be performed every 6 months.
​​ Should My Child use a Mouthguard?
It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics that your child wear a mouth guard if your child participates in a sport or recreational activities. Mouthguards help protect the mouth from an injury due to an accident while playing.
​​ What are the Facts on Floride?
Please see the Floride brochure from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry
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Tips for Parents
Should My Child use a Mouthguard While Playing a Sport or Recreational Activities?
It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics that your child wear a mouth guard if your child participates in a sport or recreational activities. Mouthguards help protect the mouth from an injury due to an accident while playing.