Dentists advice taking children for regular oral consultations at least from the age of six. This allows us to monitor the growth of their teeth, check for oral infections, cavities, etc. Also, regular consultations help us to maintain a well-updated record of their oral health, which keeps us prepared for any unexpected developments.
Pediatric dentistry deals with taking care of the oral health of children, right from infancy to teenage. It involves regular oral consultations, teeth extractions, cavity prevention, orthodontic solutions, etc. We believe that treating children in a calm, friendly and compassionate way would make them feel comfortable during the procedure and would yield better results. This is why we give so much of importance to training our staff on handling children.
Oral cleaning: Oral cleaning is the removal of the accumulated plaque and tartar from the teeth surface. It improves the health of the mouth as a whole and reduces bad breath. Also, the chances of developing cavities are much lower when tartar is removed.
Dental fillings: Excessive consumption of sugary foods leaves a residue on the teeth, which promotes the growth of bacteria on them. This can lead to tooth decay, leaving tiny cavities on the teeth surface. We can treat them by disinfecting the cavity and applying a filling material to it that exactly matches the shade of the enamel.
Orthodontic solutions: Malocclusion is a common issue among individuals of all ages. Children also suffer from malocclusion due to various reasons such as heredity, improper growth of teeth, thumb sucking, faulty pacifiers, etc. We offer orthodontic treatment in the form of dental braces and Invisalign.
Fluoride treatment: Fluoride treatment helps to strengthen the teeth and improve their resistance to cavities. It is required when the child doesn’t receive an adequate amount of fluoride from the toothpaste or drinking water.
Entrust us with your child’s oral health, as we treat every patient with care and compassion. Reach out to us at (925) 933-0677 or schedule an online appointment to get your child treated for oral infections at the earliest.