At Triad Pediatric Dentistry we will always have your best interest in mind by prioritizing your kids' oral and overall health. It is of utmost importance that your kids' teeth are in tip-top condition and we will ensure this is accomplished as well as maintained in the safest manner possible.

We are continuing to follow the guidelines set by American Dental Association in order to help flatten the curve and do our best to care well for your kids as well.

We wish you the best of health and safety!

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The importance in getting your child to the dentist early in life in Asheboro, NC

In America, there are many children who won’t see a dentist until they hit 2 years in age (or even older). Dental professionals recommend a child’s first visit occur earlier than this. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that a child’s first dental visit be around the age of one or in the range of six months after they get their first tooth. Dr. Sona Isharani and her team at Triad Pediatric Dentistry in Asheboro, NC encourage you to bring your child in for their first exam to an environment that is welcoming and friendly to all children.

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Primary teeth – more important than you think

There are many reasons given for why children are not brought into their first dental visit until they are past the recommended age and typically include “my baby just didn’t have enough teeth yet” or “my baby is too young and just not ready”. The AAPD states that it’s incredibly important for primary (baby) teeth to remain healthy and in place until they fall out naturally. Primary teeth are important for the following reasons:

  • They assist in proper chewing, ensuring your child maintains good nutrition
  • They play a role in speech development
  • They help preserve space for incoming permanent teeth
  • They provide a beautiful smile that helps your children feel great about how they look

Getting your child into the dentist at the recommended age of 2 years will also have advantages for you, the parent. Dr. Isharani views these early visits as a great opportunity to educate parents on the best ways to care for their children’s teeth.

Prevent future dental anxiety and fear

Another great reason to bring your child into the dentist starting at the recommended age is so that a relationship can be developed between the dentist and your child. This fosters an experience that, by the age when most kids are afraid of the dentist, your child will be comfortable and anxiety free. They may even enjoy going to the dentist! If you wait until your child is older, they may be faced with anxiety or fear regarding their first dental visit.

Dr. Sona Isharani invites you to bring your children into her office today for a dental exam. Dr. Isharani excels in developing wonderful relationships with the children she treats so that they are as comfortable and anxiety-free as possible when receiving her professional care. Please call (336) 804-8668 today to set up an appointment.


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Dominique C.

10 stars!! The experience was amazing! My son is 15months this was his first denist appointment and it went so smoothly with no tears! The staff was so sweet and knowledgeable, definitely the WOW factor!

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Sona J. Isharani, DDS

Sona J. Isharani, DDS

Board-certified Pediatric Dentist Dr. Sona Isharani completed her undergraduate and graduate studies and received her dental degree from University of North Carolina, her certificate in Pediatric Dentistry from University of Maryland, and a Fellowship at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. She specializes in early infant oral dental care, exams, and prevention. She’s trusted by children and their parents.

Dr. Isharani is assisted by a team of professionals including a dental anesthesiologist, who keep the children of Greensboro, NC smiling.