Old Settlers Dental | Round Rock, TX

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): General Dentistry

How can we help you?

Making decisions about your dental treatment can seem a little overwhelming. You want to know what it is, how it works, and how the treatment will benefit your long-term oral health. We understand that you've got lots of questions, and you'll find that one of our priorities is to keep you informed and educated about the details of your treatment. It's so much easier to make good decisions when you feel that you've got all the information you need beforehand.

To get you started, we've listed below a few of the questions we hear most often. We encourage you to contact us if you need more information, and we'll be happy to arrange a commitment-free consultation to discuss your needs.

General Dentistry

Child's First Dental Appointment Little Rock

Our Round Rock, TX dentists like to see children early to help establish good oral health from the start. Generally, we like to see kids at the onset of teething but definitely before age one.

We always take our time with your child and help put him or her at ease—introducing the dental chair, which is fun to ride, the various dental instruments, and the sounds heard throughout a dental office. At Old Settlers Dental, we like to make dentistry fun for children, and our team works hard to make early associations with a dental office positive for each child.

During this initial visit and thereafter, we also take time to answer your questions and address your concerns. You are also encouraged to ask questions and voice your concerns. Your child’s dentist will also provide tips to help with your child’s oral care routine at home.

As your child ages, his or her dentistry will evolve. Eventually, your child will have regular professional teeth cleanings in Round Rock. We also provide sealants and fluoride treatments to help protect your child’s teeth as he or she grows.

We look forward to meeting your child and providing years of quality dentistry that evolves to meet his or her needs.

Not finding what you need?
If you have difficulty using our website, please email us or call us at (512) 310-2444
View the ADA Accessibility Statement