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A guide for the young parents to the most important pediatric services

When your child is born, one of the first doctors who attend the newborn is a pediatrician. But as young mothers, you are always in a conflict about when to visit a pediatrician or just to go to the regular family doctor for the child’s health need. However, it is difficult to think straight during a medical emergency. Even if it's about a fever or a toothache, it may seem difficult to find the right pediatrician in Dubai, especially if you are new to this place. Wecare medical center at Karama, Dubai has some of the best child specialists in Dubai on its panel. Under the guidance of experienced specialists, we offer the best feasible consultation & treatment to help in the growth and development of your child.

If you are wondering when to meet a pediatrician, see below

New-Born Exams

A toothache or other mouth pain can make it difficult to get through your day or spoil your best sleep. But during COVID-19, you might think you don’t have options to address your dental issues. Though the pandemic has changed our lives in many different ways, your focus should be to stay healthy during this time. Your oral health is a part of your overall well-being. And if you’re having any issues call us and book an appointment today. We assure you that you can access the best dental care, at an affordable price from the best dentists in Dubai.

Sick child visits

Kid's immune systems are developing, so they have a high chance of picking up everything. This is one of the reasons they suffer more from colds, coughs, fever, and other infections than adults. Usually, you can treat your child for common symptoms at home, but if the child has a high fever or symptoms that don’t get better after home treatments, then visit a pediatric specialist close to you. This will allow the pediatrician to see if your child’s condition needs further treatment.

Vaccines

Childhood vaccines or immunizations can seem overwhelming when you are a new parent. These vaccines are injections of small amounts of a virus or bacteria that help fend off infection and keep children immune to certain diseases like chickenpox, diphtheria, hepatitis, etc. They are recommended for children at a variety of points as they age from birth to 18 years.

Development

To keep your child's physical development on track is one other reason to take your child to a child care hospital. To monitor his developmental progress or milestones. typically, children develop motor skills from the head down. First comes head control and then control over the upper body. Some of the motor skills milestones are rolling over, then sitting, pulling up, standing, walking, and climbing. Small, fine motor skills, such as grasping objects, putting blocks in a cup, and scribbling are important milestones, too. At the time of your visit, the child will be weighed to evaluate his growth in weight. Height and BMI. They give tips to parents by comparing other kids of the same age and gender which helps the parents to gauge their child's development and check for any development delays.

Behavior

Most kids are full of energy and find it hard to sit still and it's absolutely fun to watch them doing this. It’s normal for the kids to act up sometimes and throw tantrums to get what they want. It is all part of growing up. However, if you notice the child is finding difficulty controlling their emotions and impulses, continuously restless and has trouble focusing, discipline issues, learning difficulties, bedwetting, etc, your pediatrician in a nearby childcare clinic can offer expert guidance in these areas. In some cases your pediatrician can refer to a developmental-behavioral pediatrician, to consider the medical and psychological aspects of the child’s condition. This will help improve the child’s behavior and the condition will have less impact on their daily life as well as yours.

Ear Infection

Young children have on average 6 to 8 colds a year, Most ear infections happen when a child has already had a cold for a few days. common signs and symptoms include ear pain, tugging or pulling at the ear, trouble sleeping, crying or acting more irritable than usual, and fever of 100 degrees Fahrenheit or higher. Symptoms generally improve in the first couple of days and often clear up on their own within one to two weeks.

New-Born Exams

A toothache or other mouth pain can make it difficult to get through your day or spoil your best sleep. But during COVID-19, you might think you don’t have options to address your dental issues. Though the pandemic has changed our lives in many different ways, your focus should be to stay healthy during this time. Your oral health is a part of your overall well-being. And if you’re having any issues call us and book an appointment today. We assure you that you can access the best dental care, at an affordable price from the best dentists in Dubai.