• using positive terms: "You may now …"
  • by explaining the individual steps to suit the child
  • by creating a relaxed atmosphere
  • by keeping physical contact with the child during treatment
  • by praising and encouraging

with nitrous oxide

under sedation

Our concept

In order to give children a normal relationship with a visit to the dentist, we rely on targeted preventive care (prophylaxis) and on pain-free and gentle treatment. The children have positive experiences at the dentist. These in turn give motivation for beautiful and healthy teeth.

Dear parents,

At the first appointment, you and your child have the opportunity to get to know our practice and us and thus build trust. After the dental diagnosis and assessment of your child’s willingness to treat, the individual therapy and further care are planned together in a detailed consultation. We rely on your help! A promising treatment is only possible through good cooperation between you and the practice team.

Christina Cherry

How to talk to children about separation or divorce?

Separation or divorce is difficult for children to understand. How to help a child break up?

Tips on how to help a divorced child deal with the separation. Image © detailblick – Fotolia

Dr. Doris Wolf, psychotherapist

A separation from your partner is a difficult time not only for you, but also for your child.

Your child probably wants to be the same as before: a real family with father and mother.

Since this path is not feasible for you and your ex-partner, it is important to consider how you can best help your child to cope with the separation of the parents.

Christina Cherry

Vitamins for children - these are the 6 top nutrients!

Vitamins for children – these are the 6 top nutrients!

Written by Kira on November 23, 2018

Children and vitamins

If we believe in advertising, every child needs muesli or gummy bears with vitamins every day. But is that true at all? Not necessarily, the experts agree. Ideally, children should get their vitamins from a balanced, healthy diet that includes:

  • Milk and milk products like cheese and yogurt
  • Lots of fresh fruit and leafy greens, green vegetables
  • Protein such as chicken, fish, meat and eggs
  • Vollkorngetre >Which children need vitamin supplements?

Given the reality of time-sensitive parents, these healthy, homemade meals are not always possible. Pediatricians can therefore recommend a daily multivitamin or mineral supplement for the following cases:

  • Children who do not eat regular, balanced meals from fresh, whole foods.
  • Picky eaters who just don’t eat enough.
  • Children with chronic diseases such as asthma or digestive problems, especially if they are taking medication. (Be sure to talk to your child’s doctor before you start taking supplements if your child is on medication.)
  • Children who eat a lot of fast food, convenience food and processed food.
  • Children who are on a vegetarian or vegan diet (they may need an iron supplement), a dairy-free diet (they may need a calcium supplement), or some other restricted diet.
  • Children who drink a lot of carbonated soda, which can release vitamins and minerals from their bodies.

The 6 best vitamins for children

The 6 most important vitamins for children and healthy and age-appropriate development are the following:

Christina Cherry

Tips, separation

Information about separation / divorce

Frequently asked questions about the separation / divorce of parents

  • How and when do we tell our child that we are separating?
  • We will split up if my child cannot already visit a RAINBOWS group?
  • Should I tell the teacher about the family situation?
  • My child doesn’t seem to suffer from the separation. If the problems are not created in the group?
  • What is an optimal contact regulation?
  • My child doesn’t want to go to the father / mother …
  • How can I get involved as a father / mother even though the child does not mainly live with me?
  • What can i do for myself?

How and when do we tell our child that we are separating?

Children feel the changes in their family. Support your child by informing them as soon as possible about the situation or the upcoming changes in an age-appropriate manner.

Children need timely, honest, understandable and age-appropriate information about why the parents separate. Without explanations, they are very unsettled and make their own thoughts and fantasies. These often create more fear than reality, as the children often seek to blame themselves. Children also need clarity about how their everyday life will be after the separation. A child can ask the following questions: Where will I live? When and where will I see mom or dad when he or she moves out? What will stay the same after the breakup?

Christina Cherry

Games and activities

Games and activities

In this article


Play with natural materials

If you want your child to understand how the world works, they need to know which materials come from nature and where. If you live in an apartment building and do not have a garden, then your child will not be able to open it up by himself. Your job then is to tell him that plastic is artificial and that not all of the water or milk comes from bottles, a carton, or other packaging. You also need to give him research materials and tolerate it causing a little mess. Because it learns how to use it.

Christina Cherry
Dealing with perfectionism

Dealing with pressure, exam anxiety and fear of school

Dealing with perfectionism

Perfectionist children want to do everything particularly well. You have high expectations of yourself and want to master new tasks right away, for example. They are angry with themselves, if they do not come to a correct result right away, take individual mistakes or failures to heart and hardly allow themselves to rest. Most of these children react very sensitively and strongly emotionally (crying, outbursts of anger) to criticism, at the same time it is difficult for them to look forward to positive feedback because they perceive much that is valuable as a disguised attack and “ignore” praise. They are often worried that their performance is not good enough and their value as a person depends on their grades.

Christina Cherry


The first visit to the dentist should take place between the 2nd and 3rd year of life!

In order to maintain a positive atmosphere, we kindly ask you to address critical issues on the phone when making an appointment or when registering, without addressing your child.

During the treatment you are cordially invited to be in the treatment room. Your child should be the center of attention!

Here are a few more tips:

Plan your first visit to our Lugeck dental practice free from stress and please make sure that you and your child are rested.

Christina Cherry

pediatric dentist

Pediatric dentist – Anxiety-free and child-friendly dental treatment in the pediatric dentist’s office without pain

So that you and your child feel comfortable, your pediatric dentist in Berlin (pediatric dentist) will be happy to take enough time. In this way you can familiarize yourself with the respective child treatment concept and your child can gain confidence.

The pediatric dentist in the pediatric dentist’s office often begins with dental treatment of the deciduous teeth in the form of a brace in the child due to tooth misalignment. Pediatric dentists specializing in pediatric dentistry are therefore careful to make every dental treatment as stress-free as possible for the little patients and use various dental methods to guarantee optimal tooth care from the start.

Christina Cherry

pediatric dentist

Pediatric dentist Berlin Charlottenburg

Dentist for children – Painless dental treatment for your child

Pediatric dentist Berlin – The foundation stone for lifelong healthy teeth is laid in childhood. Unfortunately, the same also applies to the fear of the child first visit to the dentist or children’s dentist Berlin. Many children experience having a dentist Stress and pain connected is. It is especially important for children that they experience the trip to the children’s dentist positively and are happy to come back. A trusting relationship is the right basis for this. But how do you get children to trust their dentist??

Christina Cherry