Pediatric Dentistry

Don’t kids deserve a perfect smile too?…

Anterior Restorations - The intrusive luxation or avulsion of the front teeth in children creates psychological impact to both the parents and the child. The majority of fracture or displacements results from sports activities or domestic accidents. With anterior restorations the smile of the patient can be brought back.

ROOT CANAL TREATMENTS IN KIDS - Endodontic treatments are necessary when the nerve of the tooth are affected by decay or some sort of damage. The pulp houses the nerve, blood vessels that supply oxygen and nutrients for the tooth to stay healthy. Endodontic treatment is performed essentially to save the tooth.

BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT AND ADMINISTRATION OF MEDICINES - The means by which the dental health team effectively and efficiently performs treatment for a child and at the same time installs a positive dental attitude. At our clinic we strive best to inculcate this attitude in your child.

WAND - One of the most common forms of dental phobia is a fear of needles and injections. The aim of the Wand is to remove the pain from injections. The flow of anaesthetic is computer controlled by the wand. The wand helps ease the fear and help the kids to relax.

MINIMAL INTERVENTION -

SEALANTS - is a prophylactic approach for the molars and the premolars as they have grooves and pits that cannot be cleaned by tooth brushing so a plastic coating can be applied to prevent decay.

FLUORIDE APPLICATIONS - There is constant demineralization and remineralisation due to oral and dietary habits. Tooth decay happens when there is no balance and tooth decay happens. Fluoride application is an in-office technique wherein we help prevent the tooth for decaying.

REGULAR CHECK UPS - Having regular dental check-ups from as early as 6 to 12 months of age are as important for children as they are for adults.

HABITS - Thumb sucking habits, bottle milk, using pacifiers can all harm your child’s teeth. Regular check-ups with the dentist can warn you and prevent your child’s dentition.

PEDIATRIC DENTAL CHAIR - The best way to make your child comfortable on the dental chair is by introducing them to a dentist at a very young age. This ways his or her first contact with the dental clinic won’t be for a painful tooth condition.