Starting off your children with the correct oral hygiene routine is key to preventive dentistry. Proper brushing, frequent visits to the dentist can save you thousands of dollars in the future.

As soon as your child’s tooth comes out, preventive dentistry starts. A visit to the dentist at early age will do wonders for your child and make them feel comfortable, eliminating anxieties.

Brushing and flossing, Fluoride application, Proper nutrition and habits, Regular check-ups to you dentist, Oral health education, sealants, Assessing risk for the development of caries, Protection such as mouth guards, and many more.

Of course you can, but a trained professional on the field of Pediatric Dentistry has the extensive training in this particular field and will be more equipped to handle children.

Early diagnosis, whether be it structural or aesthetic, is important early on. Detection of improper eruption will help the dentist determine the path of treatment. This will pay off in your child’s confidence and physical appearance as they grow up.

Early detection of dental diseases and prone areas for tooth decay can save you time and money.

As defined, Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual.

Restorative dentistry in children include fillings, silver/stainless steel crowns, extractions (removal of teeth), space maintainers, and pulpotomy.

Your dentist may take x-rays prior to treatment of the affected area. A small amount of numbing jelly will be applied on the gums of the area being restored.

For other procedures, your dentist will discuss other methods to keep your child calm during the treatment. Sedation is an option that may be discussed.