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Need a Childrens Dentist in Woodbridge VA? Michael Morch, DDS Serves Families

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We want to start monitoring tooth development as soon as possible to prevent any issues from occurring in the future. Furthermore, good oral health starts at the gum line – so proper gum health is especially important to monitor, and is a priority of any quality pediatric dentist. We believe that a child’s first visit to the dentist greatly influences their attitude toward oral care as they grow, so it makes sense to choose the right pediatric dentist the first time for your child.

Michael Morch, DDS, a leading children’s dentist in Woodbridge VA, aims to keep kids calm and happy from their first oral treatment on.

When is the best time to start a child on oral care with his or her first visit to the dentist? Michael Morch, DDS, a pediatric dentist in Woodbridge and Fredericksburg VA, believes that parents should bring their children to their first dental visit as soon as the child begins to develop teeth.

“We want to start monitoring tooth development as soon as possible to prevent any issues from occurring in the future. Furthermore, good oral health starts at the gum line – so proper gum health is especially important to monitor, and is a priority of any quality pediatric dentist. We believe that a child’s first visit to the dentist greatly influences their attitude toward oral care as they grow, so it makes sense to choose the right pediatric dentist the first time for your child,” says Michael Morch, DDS, head of the pediatric practice.

Dr. Morch understands how frightened many children become when told they need to visit any doctor. That’s why his office is geared to make children comfortable and relaxed. Since 1984, Dr. Morch has been serving the Northern Virginia area as the child’s first experience with a pediatric dentist. He has started many children—from toddlers to six-year-old—on the first step in their journey toward good oral health.

His practice believes that the sooner a young child is introduced to caring for his or her teeth, the less chance there is for risking tooth decay or gum disease. It is all too common for tooth decay to start to occur in very young children. Parents should always stress tooth brushing, especially at night, so that a child can start early to keep corroding plaque at bay.

Many Northern Virginia families are patients of Michael Morch, DDS, whose dental practice serves the whole family. Some of the dental services his practice provides include:

  • Teeth Whitening
  • Dental Implants
  • Dental Crowns
  • Dental Bridges
  • Dental Veneers
  • Dentures
  • Root Canals

Michael Morch, DDS is conveniently located in two Northern Virginia places. For an appointment in Woodbridge, VA, call (703) 596-4494. In Fredericksburg, the number to call is (540) 605-9614.

The pediatric dental practice also proudly serves clients throughout Lake Ridge, Dumfries, Manassas, Dale City, Occoquan, Lorton, and Fairfax, Virginia.

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Company Name: Michael Morch, DDS
Contact Person: Michael Morch DDS
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Phone: 703-878-7969
Address:3138 Golansky Blvd. Suite 101
City: Woodbridge
State: VA
Country: United States
Website: http://www.dentistswoodbridge.com

Source: www.abnewswire.com

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