Your Cary, NC Pediatric Dental Office
Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry for Kids in Cary, NC
1000 Crescent Green Dr., Suite 200
Cary, NC 27518
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At Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry, we’re proud to announce that we’ve expanded our Cary, NC pediatric dental offices to better serve our best patients — kids! Our brand new office space allows us to put a greater emphasis on pediatric dental care, including complete dental exams, routine teeth cleanings, fluoride treatments, dental procedures, restorations and more.
As a Riccobene Associates patient, you’re part of our family. We love making dental appointments a comfortable and pain-free experience for toddlers, children, teens and every member of the family.
Our family dentists make children feel at home and at ease during every visit. Count on our Cary pediatric dentists to provide gentle care and comprehensive services — from routine teeth cleanings to dental restorations and beyond.
Call Riccobene Associates Family Dentistry at 919.336.5694 to schedule an appointment with our Cary, NC pediatric dentist today!
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Scheduling your child’s first dental appointment?
We recommend that parents bring their children in around age 1 for their first dental exam. During this and subsequent visits, our Cary pediatric dentists will check overall dental health and educate you (the parent) and your child about good oral hygiene practices.
Our Cary Pediatric Dental Office Services Include:
- Preventative pediatric dental care
- Dental procedures & restorations
- Teeth cleaning
- Complete dental exams
- Fluoride treatments
Ensure that your kids have a healthy, clean smile — schedule preventative dental care appointments twice a year. During your child’s visit, we’ll perform a complete dental and oral exam, a routine teeth cleaning and fluoride treatment.
Our Cary pediatric dentists educate parents and kids about good oral hygiene and a proper diet in an attempt to prevent dental problems such as gum disease, tooth decay, cavities, plaque and tartar.