Starting regular dental visits at an early age can help you and your child establish a lifetime of good dental habits. As soon as teeth start to erupt, it is beneficial to see a dentist regularly to maintain dental health.  Dr. Jay and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommend the first dental visit by 12 months of age. By starting scheduled visits to the dentist at a young age, your child will begin to develop a lifetime of healthy dental habits. Your first visit to Golinveaux Pediatric Dentistry should leave a lasting positive impression for both you and your child.

Do Kids Get Cavities?

Did you know that tooth decay is the number one preventable childhood disease? Prevention begins with good dental habits, the right diet, and regular visits to the dentist.

Dr. Jay caters to children of every age, and loves to educate children and parents about good oral hygiene and nutrition.