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PEDODONTICS

Pedodontics

Pediatric, or pedodontic, dentists offer a number of important services for your child. These dentists are trained to provide quality dental services that improve your child’s dental health.

These dentists offer a variety of services, including

  • Education: Caring for a child’s teeth is different than caring for your own. Your child’s dentist can advise you on childhood dental health care practices like brushing, flossing, and proper nutrition.
  • Preventing long term problems: Your child’s dentist can advise you on potential long term problems, including early diagnosis of cavities and potential orthodontic issues which may require braces.
  • Preventative treatments: Regular cleanings and fluoride treatments can prevent problems often found in children’s teeth, like cavities and gum disease.
  • Repairing damaged teeth: Sometimes, your child’s teeth may get chipped, knocked out, or damaged. A pediatric dentist can help correct these problems.

FAQ

    A:Most will start by asking you a few general health questions and enquire whether you have experienced any dental problems or pain. Your dentist should then carry out a full dental examination of the soft tissue lining of your mouth, teeth and gums.
    A:The dentist will give you advice about how to care for your child’s early teeth. As your child gets older, he or she should have dental checkups as often as the dentist advises. Most dentists recommend a dental visit every six months to help prevent cavities and other problems.
    A:Every 6 months to remove tartar accumulation, which can develop to more serious condition. Additional to cleaning, patient will receive a check up to maintain good oral health condition and enhance oral hygiene instruction.
    At the ivory dental clinic, we have “Air flow” machine which can thoroughly remove stubborn stains. The patients can be ensured that you will leave the clinic with a fresh clean smile! Your teeth will also be cleaned at your visit. Brushing and flossing help clean the plaque from your teeth, but you can’t remove tartar at home. During the cleaning, your dental professional will use special tools to remove tartar. This is called scaling.
    A:Be sure to take care of your teeth and gums between regular dental visits. Plaque is always forming on your teeth, but you can manage it by brushing and flossing regularly. Here are some tips for good oral care at home.
  • Brush your teeth at least twice a day. Be sure to use a toothpaste that contains fluoride.
  • Floss daily.
    A: Silver amalgam fillings can last from 10 to 15 years before they need to be replaced. Composite resin fillings don’t last as long. You may need to replace them every five to seven years.

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