First Visit

Make your first visit memorable!

Whether you are bringing your child to the dentist for the very first time or are being referred to a specialist, we know that the first visit can bring uncertainty and anxiety.

​At Sugar Land Pediatric Dentistry, our goal is to make your child feel safe in a warm, friendly, and fun setting and help you as the parent or caregiver to feel well-informed and comfortable.

Please give us a call to schedule your first visit! This will allow our patient care coordinator to gather some basic information and consider any special accommodations we may make for you based on your child’s age, health, and needs. Prior to your first visit, we ask that you complete our new patient questionnaire (*available online).

Once in the office, one of our friendly staff members will be happy to give you and your little one a tour. We want your child to have fun, so our office provides books, games, televisions, even a photo booth for entertainment! For parents, please know that safety and efficiency are key. As you tour the office, we will point out features like digital radiography, computer-delivered local anesthesia systems, and our state of the art sterilization center.

Finally, Dr. Moon will examine your child and advise you on any recommended radiographs and treatment. We value educating parents and children alike on the importance of oral hygiene as well as healthy dietary habits. We know that your child’s oral health is part of the greater picture of his or her overall health. Dr. Moon will also discuss your child’s growth and development as well as review the management of any oral habits that he or she may have.

This first visit should be fun and informative! We see it as the beginning of a partnership between you as parents and our office as we work together you give your child a healthy smile and a positive outlook on dentistry!

Our office, as well as the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), and the American Dental Association (ADA) recommends that you bring your child in for their first dental visit by their first birthday.