Children’s Dentist Beaverton

Giving Growing Smiles a Chance to Thrive

Group of kids with backpacks smiling against red brick wall

Young smiles go through significant transformations in a short period of time. Being able to navigate these constant changes requires a team that understands the landscape of a child’s smile. At Wolfe Dental Cedar Mill, we have two children's dentists in Beaverton who can give growing smiles a chance to thrive. Dedicated to keeping teeth cavity-free, we will work alongside parents to develop a plan that will positively impact the trajectory of their child’s smile. Call us today if your little one needs a six-month dental checkup and teeth cleaning.


Why Choose Wolfe Dental Cedar Mill for Children’s Dentistry?

  • Kid-Friendly Amenities Available
  • Safe All-Digital X-Rays for Enhanced Imaging
  • Dental Team That Makes Dentistry Fun


Dental Checkups & Teeth Cleanings for Kids

Young boy grinning in dental chair

To keep young smiles healthy and cavity-free, it’s important that they receive regular dental checkups and teeth cleanings. Every six months, we encourage you to bring your children in so that our team can conduct thorough evaluations using all-digital X-rays, intraoral cameras, and a visual examination. We’ll then clear away any hardened plaque and tartar so that their teeth look and feel healthier. Just like adults, we’ll also go over some helpful tips to keep smiles in check between appointments.

Dental Sealants

Illustrated row of teeth with dental sealants

No tooth is off limits to cavities; however, it does seem that molars and premolars are often the most vulnerable targets when it comes to children’s smiles. These chewing teeth have pits and grooves that make it easy for bacteria and food particles to become trapped, resulting in cavities. Our team can reduce this risk by applying dental sealants. With clear coatings that are painted over these surfaces, your child’s teeth will be better protected against harmful bacteria for up to 10 years!

Fluoride Treatments

Young girl in dental chair with fluoride trays on her teeth

When dentists want to help strengthen tooth enamel and reduce the risk of dental decay, they often turn to fluoride. Young smiles, especially, are prone to cavities because of novice oral hygiene habits and less-than-ideal diets. By applying fluoride during a regular checkup, we can safeguard their teeth from plaque and tartar that might otherwise try to eat away at the tooth enamel and cause cavities to form.