We offer stainless steel crowns as a safe and durable restoration option for primary teeth that have been extensively damaged or decayed. Our high-quality, medical-grade stainless steel crowns are biocompatible and can provide long-lasting protection for your child’s teeth.
At our pediatric dental office, we offer vital pulpotomy (“nerve treatment”) procedures as a safe and effective treatment option for primary teeth that have been damaged by decay or trauma. A pulpotomy is a minimally invasive procedure that can help to prevent infection and further damage to your child’s tooth.
A composite filling is a dental restoration used to repair a decayed or damaged primary tooth. This type of filling is made of a tooth-colored composite resin material, which is bonded directly onto the tooth to restore its shape and function.
We offer custom-made mouth guards to help protect your child’s teeth and gums during sports and other physical activities. Our mouth guards are designed to fit your child’s unique mouth shape and provide superior protection against impacts and injuries.
Fluoride treatments to help prevent tooth decay and keep your child’s teeth healthy and strong. Fluoride is a mineral that is naturally found in water and certain foods, and it has been shown to be effective in strengthening tooth enamel and preventing cavities.
Dental sealants are an effective way to prevent cavities and protect your child’s teeth from decay. Dental sealants are a thin, plastic coating that is applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth (permanent molars), where cavities are most likely to occur.
We use the latest technology to provide the highest quality dental care to our patients. One of the advanced tools we use is the Solea laser, a state-of-the-art dental laser that allows us to perform a wide range of dental procedures with increased precision, comfort, and efficiency.
We understand that some dental issues may require a tooth extraction. While our pediatric dental office always aims to preserve natural teeth, there are certain cases where a tooth extraction may be necessary for the overall dental health of the child.
Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) is a topical liquid medication that can be applied to teeth using a small brush. This easy and quick application process allows dentists to apply the liquid in a matter of seconds! The FDA approved SDF in 2014.
As children grow and develop, their mouths also change, especially their teeth. Baby teeth are replaced by permanent teeth as your kiddo transitions into adulthood. However, premature loss of baby teeth or delayed eruption of adult teeth can result in oral health problems such as overcrowding and loose teeth.