We provide comprehensive oral health care that include the following.
Children's Oral Health Exams
Oral health exams are important because they help us determine the state of your child’s oral health and alert us to problems that should be addressed immediately while they are small and easy to fix.
Cavities can affect a child’s self- esteem and academic performance, which is why it is extremely important to have regular checkups to treat and prevent cavities.
Invisalign provides a comfortable and invisible alternative to traditional braces and the hassle of metal wires. Invisalign straightens teeth with a series of durable and custom- made removable aligners. Talk to one of our dentists today to see if Invisalign is an option for your child.
Gum disease, also known as periodontal disease, is a bacterial infection of the gums and tissues that support your teeth. When it is properly treated it can be reversed.
Trauma D Care
We are open for trauma dental care. We understand it may be difficult to know whether a dental concern counts as a dental trauma or emergency. However, we are here to help you get the treatment you need no matter what.
There are five issues that most commonly represent a dental emergency:
Accident – an injury to the mouth or jaw
Lost tooth- assuming it was a permanent tooth
Pus or infection
Maintaining the correct oral health standards is very important, especially for children. Depending on your child’s oral health needs, we recommend our patients having regular check-ups and cleaning every 4-6 months.
Children with dental pain or infection sometimes require treatments that involve going under general anesthesia or sedation. There are many reasons for this, sometimes procedures require your child to lie completely still. Nevertheless, the goal is to always provide the safest, comfortable, and most pain- free experience.
A night guard is custom- made and individually designed for children who experience night- time teeth grinding to protect their teeth at night. Our dentists will take a high-quality impression of the mouth in order to create the right model for your child.
For most infants, the sucking of thumbs and pacifiers is a happy, relaxing, everyday part of life. However, children who continue to suck thumbs or pacifiers after the age of five are at high- risk for developing dental complications.
We will happily provide you with support, suggestions, and guidance to help with habit counseling.
Remember that the breaking of a habit takes time, patience, and plenty of encouragement!
The American Association of Orthodontists recommends that all children have an ortho exam by age 7.
Catching a bite problem early, makes it easier to correct. Make sure your little ones are on the right path by checking their teeth, and especially their structure of jaws and bone.
If your orthodontist recommends braces or other treatments, don’t wait. Adjusting these issues can prevent long- term problems with chewing, speaking, and more.
Pediatric laser dentistry has many advantages and offers a more comfortable experience. Children are usually more sensitive to dental procedures which is why more pediatric dentists are implementing laser dentistry options.
Our highly trained staff and board certified dentists have a child friendly approach to dental care.