Specialized for children & teenagers
Qualified team with a lot of experience
Without fear to the dentist
A lot depends on optimal dental care and suitable therapies for children's teeth, because numerous complaints are promoted by dental and jaw problems. The phrase "Health in the mouth - for a lifetime" sums it up very aptly.
At our center in Mainz, which specializes in children and adolescents, we are dedicated to the dental health of your children. We want them to feel comfortable and leave our practice with a healthy smile!
Your Dr. Sandra Goedecke
Kamilla - Children's and Adolescents' Dental Center
Children are not small adults. Therefore, everything should be tailored to their needs when they go to the dentist. We offer all services to strengthen dental health and rely on gentle methods. By the way, also for expectant moms and for dads!
We can detect and treat caries in your child at a very early stage.
Safe, gentle and effective removal of discoloration and biofilm.
Sometimes it is important to close a gap between teeth to protect the jaw and teeth.
Your offspring can't do without a pacifier? We will be happy to advise you.
The foundation for straight teeth is laid even in the youngest children.
Expectant mothers should keep an eye on their oral health. This will also protect your child.
Safely and gently get rid of snoring? This is possible with modern methods.
At your first appointment, we take special time for the examination and, above all, for getting to know each other. This creates trust.
Whether treatment or prophylaxis - with us everything is tailored to your child. You will receive an individual plan and answers to your questions.
All measures are carried out in rooms suitable for children and by specially trained staff. For a quiet, relaxed atmosphere.
"We have felt super comfortable in the Kamilla practice for almost 10 years with 2 children, despite a 20-minute drive. Competent team. Super cooperation. Great service. Highly recommended!"
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"We have been patients of Dr. Goedecke and her team for 7 years now with both children. We are very grateful for such a great doctor and team. They are empathetic, work innovatively and highly professionally and are very wonderful with the children. What more could you ask for? A big thumbs up and thank you!"
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Children pay attention to what their parents do and say. Therefore, avoid paying excessive attention to the appointment. Be calm and do not put your child in a state of excitement. Present the visit as something completely normal. Explain that everyone goes to the dentist to stay healthy.
An important component in your child's journey to becoming fearless is the on-site experience. Come to the dentist's office with your child for a checkup so that extensive treatment is not necessary on the first visit. This could lead to a negative perception of the visit by your child.
Unfortunately, this cannot be answered in a blanket manner. The length of the appointment varies depending on the amount of treatment and the needs of your child. If it is about a check-up and getting to know each other first, the appointment will not last longer than 20 minutes. However, we are happy to take the time to explain the treatment procedures to your child and to address your child's individual needs.
Take a look at our pages on the various services. There you will find information about possible co-payments. We will be happy to provide you with more detailed information in our practice. Please do not hesitate to ask.
Yes. The nitrous oxide brings relaxation to the child without making him fall asleep. The American Society of Pediatric Dentistry rates this technique as very safe and effective in treating children's teeth. The gas is gentle, easy to ingest, and with normal breathing, it is quickly eliminated from the body. Nitrous oxide is not addictive. While inhaling nitrous oxide, your child remains fully conscious. Natural reflexes are not impaired.
General anesthesia may be necessary for particularly anxious or even very young children. Or also when a special or extensive dental treatment is necessary for which another form of sedation would not be appropriate.