The foods and drinks your children consume could be a major factor in the health of their smiles. In fact, this could lead to an increased risk of tooth decay and dental infection. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will talk about how a healthier diet could help safeguard smiles and stay free of cavities!
When your child has a tooth that is injured or damaged during an accident, then this is a dental emergency situation. Treatment is crucial for avoiding cavities and dental infection that could occur following cracks or chips. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about what to do when your child’s tooth is damaged.
We use a number of advanced technologies to help care for little smiles, such as digital x-rays and intraoral camera systems. However, we also use laser dentistry to help treat hard and soft tissue issues in a child’s smile. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist is talking about our Solea dental laser, and how it helps improve oral health.
We want to offer care to protect little smiles, and understand that some children have serious anxiety about seeing the dentist. To help calm kids with anxiety, or to ensure those undergoing more serious treatments are comfortable, we may recommend dental sedation. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about our calming solutions!
When a tooth becomes severely decayed or infected, this could be beyond treatment with a crown or pulpotomy. In these scenarios, we may need to actually remove the tooth to preserve your child’s smile. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about the reasons for a tooth extraction, and how we provide one comfortably.
When a child develops a dental cavity, this could mean discomfort and may require a filling. But what if the decay progresses into an infection? A filling may not be enough, which is why your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist could instead recommend a conservative root canal alternative known as a pulpotomy.
We recently looked at dental fillings, and explained how our tooth-colored fillings could treat cavities in little smiles. But what if your child has more severe oral health issues, or difficulties with speech and chewing? To restore function and health, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist could offer a dental crown.