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You are a dentist in Mainz or the region and are looking for a pediatric dental practice to refer a child? We would be happy to inform you with our referral FAQ. If you have any questions, you can of course also contact Dr. Goedecke and the practice team directly at any time.
We are happy to discuss the treatment needs for your young patients with you and take on certain therapies in which we specialize as a pediatric and adolescent dental practice. This includes, for example, treatment with laughing gas for children, but also the fabrication of custom-fit pediatric dentures. You can find a comprehensive overview under "Services".
The collegial exchange is particularly important to Dr. Goedecke. Please use our practice telephone number 06131 - 22 22 93 if you would like to reach Dr. Goedecke by a short route. This way we can forward your request or connect you directly.
Please contact the practice team if you would like to forward information about your patients to us. This information can be sent by post or digitally.
We will be happy to send you the report on the treatment of your young patients in the form of doctor's letters. Please contact us if you need further information.
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.