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Our clinic provides dental care for your children in a delightful welcoming atmosphere to provide the most up-to-date  and through Rx for their dental problems and to guide their dental growth and development. We are also specializes in solving all your child’s dental problems in a few hours under general anesthesia using completely safe nitrous oxide gas, done by our highly qualified dentists and anesthesiologists.

What is Pedodontics?

Pedodontic dentistry, or pedodontics, is a highly specialized field of treatment for children. This dentistry for children focuses on a wide spectrum of conditions affecting dental development in youth. Most common pediatric dentistry services include fillings, extractions and preventative treatments.

 

When should my child have his/her first visit?

It is recommend that every child have his or her first dental visit within six months of eruption of the first tooth, or by age one.

 

What should I expect on our first visit for my infant/toddler?

You will receive information about the cavity process, as well as information about proper care of the teeth in order to prevent cavities.

 

It is normal for young children to occasionally cry at their first dental examination. Crying is simply an age appropriate response to a new situation with new faces. As you continue to bring your child in regularly each six months he will grow accustomed to the routine and will be hopping into the dental chair.

Are baby teeth important?

Are important to maintain in the mouth until they fall out naturally. The last baby tooth usually does not fall out until 11-13 years of age. If they are lost prematurely it can lead to problems with alignment of the adult teeth.

 

What should I do if my child has an accident involving his/her teeth?

Baby teeth: If a baby tooth is knocked out it is not re-implanted. If it is knocked loose, it is usually observed for signs of nerve death and infection. If it is fractured, treatment depends on the degree of fracture.

 

What causes cavities?

Bacteria. The transmission usually occurs within the first year of life when parents share utensils with their children.

 

What is a Space Maintainer?

Holds space open for the permanent tooth when the baby tooth has been lost or removed prematurely.

When and how should I start cleaning my baby's mouth?

After each feeding even before the first teeth erupt. Once there are teeth you can use any soft bristled infant brush with a small head.

 

When will my baby start getting teeth?

The first baby teeth usually erupt by 6 months of age. The last of the 20 baby teeth are usually in by 2 ½-3 years of age.

 

When should my child be weaned from the bottle?

Should stop at 12-14 months.

 

What is Baby Bottle Tooth Decay or Early Childhood Caries?

Are cavities with occur in a predictable pattern on the teeth of infants and toddlers.

 

When should I start brushing and flossing my child's teeth?

Once the teeth begin to come in, you can use a soft bristled toothbrush with a small head. Flossing should begin once any two adjacent teeth touch one another.

Sealants

Sealants are a protective plastic coating placed on the chewing surface of molars to prevent decay from occurring in the deep pits and fissures of the tooth.

 

Fluoride

Fluoride is a mineral that helps to strengthen teeth. It can be given systemically (swallowed) or can be given topically (toothpaste, fluoride mouth rinses, professionally applied at the dentist). Fluorosis is a condition in which white or brown spots appear on the adult teeth. To prevent fluorosis, it is best not to use fluoridated toothpaste until your child can spit.

 
 
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