Your child’s growing smile should get all the help it needs…

A dental visit should occur within six months after the presence of the first tooth. Early oral examination aids in the detection of the early stages of tooth decay. Early detection is essential to maintain oral health, modify aberrant habits, and treat as needed and as simply as possible Additionally parents are given a detail of preventive home care(brushing, flossing and fluorides) any injuries to the mouth and teeth of children, diet counselling and information on growth and development.

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Cavity Filling


Surprising truth about cavities in children, even though baby teeth fall off eventually all parents are concerned whether their kids decayed baby teeth need a filling done, and the answer is YES. Permanent tooth buds are situated just beneath the baby teeth, any infection to the baby teeth and can have a direct impact on the eruption and health of the permanent teeth. Tooth which are badly infected can be saved by performing pulpectomy and providing the tooth with a crown. Pedodontics make sure the procedure is carried out in utmost care and painless way as they understand the anxiety of the kids. So, it is necessary to have a once in 6 months visit to your dentist to have a complete and quick check on to those beautiful baby teeth.


Habit Breaking Appliance


“Form follows function” is a common phrase you may have heard. So how is this related to teeth? In a growing child, what they do with their mouth will determine how their teeth , face, jaws and most importantly airway grow. Myo means muscle, so the term myofunctional describes muscle function of the oral structures. Myofunctional therapy is looking at the poor muscle function and correcting it. The younger it is corrected the less problems later in life. Myofunctional therapy seeks to prevent or repair the issues of diminished airway, poor facial growth patterns and improperly aligned teeth by addressing the underlying etiological issues.

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Fluoride application and prevention of dental decay in kids. Fluoride is a mineral that is naturally found in water and many foods. Fluoride helps to strengthen your teeth and protect them from tooth decay. As you eat and drink throughout the day, bacteria, sugars, and acids constantly attacks and demineralize the enamel layer of your teeth. Fluoride works to remineralize the tooth enamel, preventing tooth decay and cavities. In addition, fluoride can strengthen the teeth as they develop to make sure they are strong and healthy, making fluoride very important for children as their teeth grow in.

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Milk Tooth Extraction

There is nothing like excitement of watching your child lose their first tooth, and it helps that most baby teeth come out on their own. But occasionally, baby teeth need a little help to move things along. Getting a tooth pulled may cause a little anxiety for both parents and children, but mostly it is a straightforward and easy one to perform. Baby teeth are in some ways placeholders for adult teeth and help guide the permanent teeth as they come in. So, it is very important that baby teeth should be maintained well and taken care off.