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Here you will find all the important documents for your visit to our Kamilla Children's and Youth Dental Center in Mainz.

Vorbereitung auf den Termin beim Kinderzahnarzt in Mainz

The first time to the pediatric dentist in Mainz? You can prepare that!

Your child's first appointment in our practice is very crucial, because the focus is initially on getting to know each other and building trust. For this, every child has his or her own pace, which we are prepared for,

However, you must also be aware of this and therefore you should not expect too much from your child. It is important for you to see that with us nothing is done by force, because we value the cooperation of the little patients.

Avoid insecurities and fears

You are probably aware that many adults associate a visit to the dentist with fear, which has formed as a result of their own bad dental experiences. Children sense this fear and insecurity with their own sensitivity and their behavior is shaped by it.

Therefore, the way you talk to your child about the dentist and dental treatment is crucial in helping your child relax and develop confidence in the treatment process: Tell your child about the upcoming dental appointment in positive terms - as if it were something commonplace: "At the dentist, they just look at your teeth and count them."

Your child has been to the dentist before?

If your child already has negative treatment experiences, then you can explain the following: "At Kamilla's, we'll figure out together how to make it easy for you to get your teeth healthy again," or "At Kamilla's, there's magic air and magic juice that will make you feel light and happy."

What happens after the visit to the pediatric dentist's office?

At the end of the first dental appointment, we will prepare an individual treatment concept for your child based on the medical history and findings, which we will discuss with you in detail.

Download: Medical history form

Simply download our form and fill it out at home.

Download: Privacy Policy

Simply download our form and fill it out at home.

Simply download our form and fill it out at home.

Below you will find a number of links which will take you to information pages on dental issues. As your pediatric dental practice in Mainz, we recommend that you use this information, for example, while preparing for your child's first visit with us.

Little stories, film, games, animations and coloring pictures - all components of the website provide entertaining information about healthy teeth.

A compilation of technical terms from the German health care system, published by the AOK Federal Association

Links rund um die Kinderzahnmedizin

An explanation of medical abbreviations in "Becker's Dictionary of Medical Abbreviations".

Notfall: Kinderzahnarzt in Mainz

Tips for children's dental emergencies in Mainz

Your child has a toothache or other dental discomfort and the pediatric dentist's office is closed? We have put together some emergency tips for you.

Reach the pediatric dentist in an emergency

On weekends (Fridays 15:00 hrs to Mondays 08:00 hrs) and public holidays, you can contact the emergency dental service of the Mainz Dental Association. For this purpose, please use the telephone number 01805-666 160. This information corresponds to our current knowledge. Please check the website for any updated contact details.

A few facts about dental accidents in children

  • In most cases, a dental accident involving a child results in injuries to the esthetically delicate anterior region.
  • Accidents in the deciduous dentition occur mainly in the 2nd-3rd year of life, and in the permanent teeth mainly during sports or in road traffic.
  • Up to the age of 16, about 1/4 of all children suffer a dental accident with visible consequences.
  • Wounds and bruises on the face indicate the impact of force, as well as fractures of the jawbone.
  • In case of blows to the lower jaw, e.g. in case of a fall on the chin, the jaw can fracture. Therefore, possible fractures must be clarified with the help of an X-ray in case of any contusion or abrasion at the edge of the lower jaw.
  • In children, because of the growth of the dentition and face, treatment planning is very complex. Permanent reconstruction or replacement of injured teeth is often only possible after years of provisional treatment. The primary goal is to create an optimal condition for the definitive restoration after growth is complete.
  • Injured children must be treated immediately.
  • Only serious general medical problems, such as a head laceration, etc., have priority over immediate dental treatment.
  • This can happen anywhere: in the swimming pool, while playing, in the kindergarten, in the schoolyard or during sports.
  • First aid for the tooth is the use of a tooth rescue box

Prepare a dental rescue box.

A so-called tooth rescue box, which is available in pharmacies, is optimal for dental emergencies. You can obtain further information, for example, at

Tips for your child: what to do after you fall?

  • Look on the floor to see if you can find a piece of your tooth that has been knocked out. Put it, as dirty as it is, in a tooth rescue box or in a glass of milk. Tell an adult around you that you have had an accident and cool your wound with a cold pack.
  • Go to your dentist with your parents. Bring the injured tooth to the dentist's office in the tooth rescue box or in the milk container.
  • And to make the tooth healthy again: Mom or Dad will help you brush your teeth despite the accident. Take the prescribed medication and come to the prescribed check-up appointments.

News from your pediatric dental practice in Mainz


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