Pediatric Dentistry



Sealants – This is a preventive technique used to reduce the chance of cavities on the top surface of permanent molars. A white, plastic-like material is placed on the surface of the tooth to seal the grooves of the back permanent molars. Sealants have shown to reduce the chance of cavities by 60-65%. Composite Resin Fillings – [...]




Regular Check-ups The American Dental Association recommends that you, and your child, visit the dentist every six months for regular checkups and routine teeth cleanings. Regular dental visits help your child to maintain a bright and healthy smile. During the check-up, the pediatric dentist will review your child’s medical and dental history and gently examine [...]


Infant/Child Oral Care


Caring for gums Begin building good oral health habits at birth by cleaning your baby’s gums with a soft infant toothbrush or a cloth and water after breast- or bottle-feeding. Development From six months to age 3, your child may have tender gums when teeth erupt. Many children like a clean teething ring, cool spoon [...]

Infant/Child Oral Care2018-12-04T16:19:45+00:00
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