Talk to your child before his or her visit, but keep things simple and positive. Pediatric dentists train their teams to use non-threatening dental terms to describe dental instruments and explain procedures to make your child’s experience as pleasant as possible. If you have any questions prior to your child’s dental visit, please contact the office.
Preventive & Diagnostic Dentistry
Great dental hygiene is, first and foremost, a result of good habits started early. Preventive and diagnostic care can be a vital part of lifelong dental health and includes exams, cleanings, fluoride, sealants, etc…
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Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry
Even the most careful brusher and flosser could end up with a cavity (which we refer to as a ‘Sugar Bug’ to our young and/or anxious patients). That’s where restorative dentistry comes in. It’s good to know that your child is getting the benefit of the most up-to-date knowledge and techniques in dental repair and restorations, from minor cavities to more involved procedures.
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Interceptive orthodontic treatment can utilize oral appliances to create or maintain much needed space for permanent teeth. Early treatment can help prevent crowding and can provide a healthier smile.
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Sedation dentistry is a term that describes the use of sedatives for children during a dental procedure. We will discuss with you which technique is suitable for your child depending on age, weight, and health.
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We are always here to assist if your child experiences a dental emergency. Please call our office if your child's dental health is at risk. We also offer tips on dealing with urgent dental situations.
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