Children's Dentistry in Allentown, PA

Serving the Allentown, PA community

When it’s time to find a dentist to look after your child’s dental needs, it’s essential to find a caring professional who offers all the necessary treatments needed to ensure oral health. But it’s also important to know that the Allentown children's dentist you choose is compassionate, patient, and sensitive to your child’s unique needs.

At Evolve Dental Care, we wouldn’t have it any other way! Our team respects your child as the unique individual he or she is, and we’ll go out of our way to make sure each experience with us is positive and enjoyable. Dr. Amir has extensive experience treating children, and he and Dr. Sunny have a young son of their own so you can be confident that they both understand what it takes to keep children happy!

If you have questions about children's dentistry in Allentown, PA or it’s time to schedule their first dental visit, please give us a call at (610) 797-8245.


At what age should I first bring my child to the dentist in Allentown, PA?

Kids Smiling | Children's Dentist in Allentown PADr. Amir and Dr. Sunny Mojahed usually begin seeing children for dental treatments around the age of three. Many parents wonder why dental treatment is necessary at such an early age. At this age, your son or daughter probably has all their baby teeth. It is critical for us to protect the health of your child’s baby teeth because they are the building blocks for proper development of permanent teeth.

These first visits focus on getting your child started on a lifetime of excellent oral health. If you're looking for gentle children's dentistry in Allentown, PA provided by professionals who care about your little one's well-being, please call Evolve Dental Care at (610) 797-8245 to get started.

How can you help my child relax during their first visit?

Many children are immediately receptive to dental care, while many others want nothing to do with the experience. At Evolve Dental Care, our dentists have the skill and experience to know the difference and treat each child according to his or her unique needs.

We start slowly because there’s no point in rushing a child into treatment if they’re not ready. Your child is in an unfamiliar setting and seeing lots of new faces and strange-looking machines – it’s understandable that they’d feel a bit overwhelmed!

If your child is more comfortable sitting in your lap for the first couple visits, that’s okay with us. The key is to let them dictate the pace of treatment. Rushing a child into dental treatment who isn’t receptive creates unnecessary stress, and that’s the last thing we want for your child!

Dr. Amir and Dr. Sunny use time-tested techniques to help your child relax. If you have concerns or would like to schedule your little one’s first dental appointment, please call our Allentown dental office at (610) 797-8245.

What if my child doesn’t react well to their first visit?

Child Eating Apple | Kid's Dentist Allentown PAIt might feel overwhelming for both you and your toddler or young child to make that all-important first dental visit. Our team understands that we need to treat very young children with special care, and we are committed to helping them enjoy an experience for that sets the stage for a lifetime of happy smiles.

As your children's dentist in Allentown, PA we’ve treated lots of kids and understand that a visit to the dentist can be a little intimidating for them. Our gentle and caring team loves working with children, and you can be confident knowing that we will treat them as if they were our own child.

In most cases, we can help children relax enough to enjoy their first visit. But some children will benefit from seeing a pediatric dentist who is well-equipped to work with kids who have trouble sitting still. We’ll refer you to the top specialists in our area to ensure that your child gets the gentle treatment they need and deserve.

Why are baby teeth so important if they fall out anyway?

Your child’s baby (primary) teeth will fall out, but until they do, they play a crucial role in your child’s dental development. They are place holders for permanent teeth that will follow, so if your child loses a baby tooth too soon, adjacent teeth will start to shift and crowd the open space. This movement can result in alignment issues in the future because permanent teeth no longer have a clear path into which they can emerge properly.

Hopefully, now you understand how important it is to keep baby teeth healthy. Our dental team will monitor your child’s oral health on a routine basis. We will also provide all the support and education you need to make choices for your child that support good oral health. Please call our Allentown dental office at (610)-797-8245 to arrange your child's next dental appointment.

Does my child need dental sealants or fluoride treatments?

Fluoride is an essential mineral that keeps your child’s teeth strong and healthy. In addition to regular exams, we may also recommend a topical fluoride varnish to protect and strengthen your child’s teeth.

Dental sealants are another preventive treatment that goes a long way toward promoting a healthy smile. Sealants act as a barrier that protects your child’s teeth from the bacteria that cause cavities. Dr. Amir or Dr. Sunny may recommend sealants if we find that your child’s teeth are prone to cavities or their molars have uneven surfaces and deep grooves.

What if you find a cavity in my son’s baby tooth?

During your child's dental exams, we check their teeth to look for signs of cavities and make sure their dental development is on track. If we find a spot of decay in a baby tooth, Dr. Amir or Dr. Sunny will fill it, so it stays healthy until the permanent tooth is ready to emerge. Detecting and treating cavities as quickly as possible is essential if we want to preserve the tooth and your child’s long-term oral health.

What other dental problems do you look for?

Small girl smiling in dental exam chair l Dentist Allentown, PADuring your child's dental exams at our Allentown dental office, we also look for any abnormalities we think may cause problems for your child in the future. One thing Dr. Amir and Dr. Sunny check for is problems with the thin band of tissue connecting your child’s upper lip to the gum and also between the tongue and bottom of the mouth.

If this band of tissue is too tight, the tongue can’t move freely and will interfere with your child’s speech. This procedure is often corrected with surgery, but our gentle dental lasers make the process easy and comfortable for your child.

Do you make custom mouth guards for children?

Our goal is to protect your child’s teeth in every way we can, and custom mouth guards for sports are another we accomplish this. Every child who participates in sports, bike riding, and skateboarding should wear protective gear on their teeth.

Custom mouth guards at our Allentown, PA dental office are made using impressions of your child’s teeth. This ensures a snug fit and excellent protection for your child’s precious smile!