When a cavity forms, a lifelike filling is placed in one visit to save the tooth and prevent worsening pain. But what if your child’s tooth becomes infected? Will they need a root canal procedure like an adult would? In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how we treat infections with a conservative alternative known as a pulpotomy.
When a cavity develops in your little one’s smile, or a minor chip occurs, then a filling or bonding could repair the tooth using color-matched composite resin. But what if a child’s tooth is severely damaged, or develops an advanced case of decay or an infection? In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will explain how we restore smiles with crowns, and which kind we may prescribe.
When a child has an aching tooth, or if we discover a cavity during a routine checkup, then treatment is vital for avoiding painful complications. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist explains how we treat these concerns with a filling, and the steps we take to ensure the finished product blends with your child’s tooth!
Our last blog was all about how an exam could help protect smiles from major problems. But in addition to dental checkups, all kids benefit from having their teeth cleaned too. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will talk about professional cleanings, and why your child should have one.
While vaccination rates are rising and a return to normal is around the corner, we should still take caution to avoid COVID-19. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist would like to look at four fun family events that can be enjoyed outdoors and socially distant. In addition, we would like to remind you to schedule your child’s next checkup and cleaning soon!
People of all ages benefit from seeing the dentist for an exam, but how early should this process start? Do babies need to see a dentist? In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will talk about how we help children avoid cavities and other concerns with our checkups, and why a visit is necessary as early as age one!
Even parents who make sure their kids brush every single night and morning may be lax in flossing. But just like grownups, children need to floss their teeth every single evening. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will explain how to properly floss and help your little ones enjoy their healthiest, brightest smile.