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The first dental baby clinic was created more than 20 years ago, in Londrina, Brazil, by Dr. Luiz Walter. Today, thanks to education for parents and early dental care since birth there are already adult generations with no caries at all

All scientific societies agree that a baby's first visit to the dentist should be before the first year of age, for parents to receive adequate information as well as to evaluate the baby's caries risk before it appears.

Being a minimally invasive dentistry, visits to the paediatric dentist are painless, short, simple and cheap, so children quickly get used to them, because they don't associate them to a traumatizing experience.

This website was created out of a profound love for paediatric dentistry and with a deep belief in the possibility of a different type of dentistry.

We believe that education and prevention are the two essential tools to obtain optimal oral health during childhood and adolescence, through adult age.
We hope our website will be a useful tool for your children to smile healthily all their lives.
If you have any questions, please contact us.
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Dra. Camila Palma Portaro
Paediatric dentist, specialist in Dentistry for babies Professor of the Masters in Paediatric Dentistry, University of Barcelona Member of the Spanish Society of Paediatric Dentistry Barcelona, Spain.
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Can you imagine your children
not ever having to go through a toothache,
a dental anaesthesia or a bad experience
at the dentist? Today caries is a 100% controllable disease, if the risk factors that cause it are detected. New generations should not have to go through what their parents
went through at the dentist…
Dentistry is changing and each time
more dentists firmly believe that it is better
to prevent than to cure,
and to accomplish
this goal we must start very early.

Can you imagine that your child loved going to the dentist?

dentistry for babies