Rehoboth Beach Dental
Curtis J. Leciejewski, D.D.S.
John D. Sohonage, D.D.S.
Dominic Prestipino, D.D.S.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs): Other

How can we help you?

At Rehoboth Beach Dental, we believe that every patient should be informed about their dental care. We strongly encourage questions, and we promise to go over our procedures and services with you beforehand so that you can have all the facts before you make important decisions about your dental health care.

We are happy to provide the answers to some common questions that many patients have about both their dental care and Rehoboth Beach Dental. If your question is not here or if you have additional questions, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at (302) 226-7960.


Oral Health for Kids

Brushing requires both the development of fine motor skills, patience, and attention to detail. Most kids are not able to properly brush their teeth without help until they are between the ages of 6 and 8 years old. Your dentist can watch your child and help you determine when he or she is old enough to brush independently. In the meantime, encourage your child to brush but follow up and provide hands-on assistance. Be sure that your child knows to brush the backs and tops of their teeth, not just the front. 

Contact Us

To schedule an appointment with our experienced dental team, call our Rehoboth Beach office or fill out this contact form.

A Child's First Dentist Visit

We recommend that children visit a dentist for by their first birthday. These visits are both an opportunity for your dentist to check the development of your child's mouth and teeth and for your child to begin to become accustomed to visiting the dentist, sitting in the dentist chair, and having people check his or her teeth. These first visits are essential for building a lifetime of good dental health and habits.

Contact Our Rehoboth Beach Office Today!

To schedule your child's first dentist appointment, please contact our friendly, local office. 

Emergency Dental Care in Rehoboth Beach 

Any situation that is causing you tooth pain or discomfort is considered a dental emergency. Common problems that require emergency dental care in the 19971 area include: Man who has needs teeth whitening rehoboth beach | Emergency Dentist

  • A broken or lost tooth
  • A tooth that been partially dislodged
  • Sudden severe swelling
  • A sore on the gum that looks like a pimple
  • A broken or lost crown or filling
  • An object caught between the teeth that can't be removed with brushing or dental floss
  • Injuries to the lips, gums, or palate

Contact our 19971 Emergency Dentist ASAP!

If you have a dental emergency that is causing you pain or discomfort, do not wait to contact our emergency dentist at Rehoboth Beach Dental! Our emergency dentist in Rehoboth Beach will work with you to provide emergency dental care. 


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