Updates

Do you think babies can be born with teeth??
Do you know how and when milk teeth erupt?

Visit our youtube channel- YOUNG SMILES INDIA and get more information.

How important is a good an early oral check up?

It is a common thought that we all have why should we go to a doctor when we are absolutely fine. Why waste our time and money on a check up.

Do you know your oral cavity can tell you a lot about your body's well being. A proper check up can hel...

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ORAL HEALTH MIRROR OF OVERALL HEALTH

Regular dental check up
Brushing twice daily
Prevents cavities, pain and improves your child's general body growth.

How will your child grow if he/she cannot eat properly? Food lodgement into cavitated areas and pain prevents your child from ...

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DENTAL ANXIETY in kids is very common. We adults are responsible for this anxiety. Our bad or painful experiences shared in front of kids, telling kids that if they do not do a particular job they will be given an injection is the reason this happens. We scare our kids so much that before they ha...

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SHOULD MILK TEETH BE TREATED???

One question that most of the parents have is why do we need to treat milk teeth keeping in mind the fact that eventually they are going to be replaced by permanent teeth.

The answer to this question is yes, if your chid's milk teeth ha...

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Did your child get his /her first tooth today??
Happy FIRST TOOTH DAY to all the parents, this is a happy moment especially for all the first time parents.
It is really important to save these baby teeth till their time in the oral cavity. If they fall off early it disturbs the growth of the or...

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Summer and Cavities
Hello parents, summer is back and so are all the sweet and cold delicacies. As parents you would definitely be worried about cavities when your kids enjoy their sweet summer treats like mangoes, ice creams, ice golas.
This summer leave all your dental worries with YOUNG SMILE...

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Is there a connection between your oral health during pregnancy and your child's health??
YES, there is!
Pregnancy causes hormonal changes that increase the risk of developing gum disease, which in turn can affect the health of your developing baby. Statistically mothers with poor oral health are...

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Services

Preventive Dentistry

  • WHY PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY?

    Prevention is easier and less painful than its cure. Establish a dental home for your kids today, so that they can learn what is good and what is bad for their oral hygiene. It is recommended that a child should be taken to a pediatric dentist by his/her first birthday or within six months of the eruption of their first tooth. Dental caries is the most common chronic childhood disease, it is five times more common than asthma, but it is preventable.
  • Oral hygiene guidance for kids and their parents, Pit and Fissure Sealants application, Fluoride Treatment

    Milk teeth are very important for the proper growth of the oral cavity as well as their overall health, don't let them fall off early due to caries.

Restorative Dentistry

  • Why restore primary or milk teeth?

    Our child patients should get the best possible dental care for their teeth, be it preventive or restorative- that will help to protect their dental future. The objective of any restorative material is to: Repair or limit the damage of dental caries, Protect and preserve the tooth nerve and the remaining tooth structure, Ensure adequate function, Restore aesthetics and self confidence of our patients, provide ease in maintaining good oral hygiene, primary teeth if restored properly they ensure that the natural space for the permanent teeth is also preserved in the oral cavity. Primary teeth serve lot of functions don't let them fall of early. LET US SAVE THEM WHEN WE STILL CAN, PREVENT THE DISCOMFORT THAT YOUR CHILD MIGHT HAVE TO SUFFER LATER.

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Testimonials

a year ago
Beautifully designed clinic. Kids love playing while getting treated. Doctors too are well experienced and soft spoken. Overall had been a good experience.
- Richa S
a year ago
Very happy n fully satisfied work ....so delicate n sweet treatment. Thank you so much.....
- Shivani Z
a year ago
Beautiful clinic . Kids love playing while being treated . The doctors are really soft spoken and the treatments are great as well
- Angad A

A step today for a better tomorrow


  • YOUNG SMILES DENTAL HOME IS A STEP TOWARDS YOUR KIDS BETTER TOMORROW. AT YOUNG SMILES WE STRIVE TO GIVE THEM DENTAL CARE PROVIDING FRIENDLY, FAMILY CENTERED ORAL HEALTH CARE FOR CHILDREN OF ALL AGES. 
  • WE SAY NO to unwanted general anesthesia, you should too. Do you really think your child is not capable of co-operating on that dental chair, please don't let their anxiety get converted into fear for a lifetime.
  • We the team of Young Smiles are here to prevent caries for a cavity free tomorrow, we don't turn back children with empty pockets, instead we would love to fill them with smiles.

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  • 097239 63046

Address

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A-1 Rupal Flats,
Besides 5 - A Dr Ramanlal Jethalal Joshi Road,
Near St. Xaviers Loyola High School,
Memnagar
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 380052
India

Business Hours

Mon:10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Tue:10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Wed:10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Thu:10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Fri:10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Sat:10:00 AM – 1:00 PM, 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Sun:Closed
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