Paediatric dentistry

Dental care begins at birth

Milk teeth have an important task. They guide a child's permanent teeth into place. Thumb sucking or the prolonged use of pacifiers may lead to permanent malocclusions, as well as the premature loss of milk teeth. Cavities in milk teeth also represent a high risk of infection for the subsequent teeth. Therefore, dental hygiene should begin with the first tooth. A healthy diet and brushing are just as important as regular visits to the dentist. By starting dental check-ups early, opening his or her mouth at the dentist's will become natural for your child.

Children are playful and active, and when they fall, their teeth can be chipped or even fall out in the worst cases. In such cases, the dentist should always be consulted immediately. If your child takes part in contact sports such as hockey or football, it is advisable for him or her to wear a customized gum shield to prevent injuries once the permanent front teeth have broken through.

A visit to the paediatric dental practice should also be fun. It is possible to pave the way towards healthy and shining teeth for young patients in a playful manner, appropriate for their age and demeanour.

In difficult cases, there is always the option of carrying out treatment under general anaesthesia, administered by experienced paediatric anaesthetists.

Paediatric dentistry


  • Dietary advice
  • Dental care
  • Mixed dentition
  • Loss of milk teeth
  • Permanent teeth
  • Cavities
  • Fissure seals
  • Follow-up visits
  • Child anaesthesia
  • ODO Early detection
  • Gum shields for children
  • Treatment under anaesthesia