Services

We offer the following services:

Preventive Dentistry

  • Consultations regarding how to maintain a healthy mouth and teeth
  • Routine cleanings and fluoride treatments
  • Periodic examinations to monitor the eruption of the teeth and discuss any orthodontic treatment needs, evaluate the health of the gums and soft tissues, and check for the presence of tooth decay
  • Sealants- Placement of a protective coating that can be bonded on the deep grooves and chewing surfaces of the teeth to help make them easier to keep clean and help reduce risk for tooth decay

Restorative Dentistry 

  • Placement of fillings or crowns as needed to restore teeth affected by tooth decay or dental trauma

Extractions

  • Removal of primary teeth if needed to help the permanent teeth come in properly or if necessary due to dental trauma or infection

Space maintainers

  • Placed to hold room for an unerupted permanent tooth in situations where a primary tooth is lost early

Other services

To help your child feel more comfortable during any necessary dental procedures, depending on your child’s age, medical history, extent of treatment needed, and anxiety level, sometimes one of the following treatment options may be discussed with you:

  • Nitrous oxide (sometimes referred to as “laughing gas”)
  • Oral conscious sedation medication
  • Treatment under general anesthesia in a hospital setting
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When to see the dentist?

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that a child be seen for a first dental visit by age one.

"Get it done in year one"

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How to prevent cavities?

Brush your child’s teeth for him twice a day. Around age 8, your child may be able to begin to brush without assistance, but supervision should continue into adolescence.

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What is a Pediatric Dentist?

Pediatric Dentistry is a dental specialty that provides comprehensive and preventative oral health care for infants, children, adolescents, and teens.

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