We know coming to the dentist can be a little scary – even for many adults! But especially for kids. At Diamond Valley Dentist, we have kids of our own so we know how to make them feel completely comfortable in our care. We make sure their first dental experiences are fun and rewarding so we can establish healthy habits and a positive relationship with the dentist at an early age for a lifetime of happy smiles.
We are proud to have a bilingual team so if you're a Spanish-speaking patient, we can ensure you receive quality care you can feel confident about.
We are happy to provide a number of services and treatments for your family’s smallest smiles. Kids should start seeing the dentist as soon as their first baby tooth emerges, usually around one year. Some of our children’s dental services include:
Our hygienists are warm and friendly to help your little one relax in the chair. Our cleanings are easy and gentle so there’s no pain and no fear, and no bad feelings about the dentist.
Dr. Nathan Jergensen is great with kids and will make sure they feel completely comfortable before looking in their mouth. He will thoroughly check for any signs of decay or disease to ensure we catch any problems in the early stages before they progress.
Children are more prone to tooth decay because they lack the proper knowledge and motor skills to properly care for their teeth. For an added layer of protection, we use dental sealants to protect teeth and keep tooth decay at bay.
If we do find a cavity or two, never fear, we use safe and durable tooth colored fillings to fill cavities and stop decay in its tracks – without the use of toxic mercury.
Digital x-rays are super quick and easy, and intraoral cameras let you and your little one see what we see for a better understanding of their oral health.
1031 E Latham Ave. Suite 2
Hemet, CA 92543
Monday - Thursday
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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