When a child comes to us with a cavity, we help by placing a dental filling. But what if a tooth has developed more than a cavity? What if it has become infected or abscessed? In these situations, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist can offer relief with a conservative version of a root canal known as a pulpotomy.
When a filling isn’t enough to bring relief or repair to a smile, then a crown may be needed. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will discuss when a child needs a dental crown, and how our white crowns can offer a more natural appearance! A lifelike repair and better oral health are possible with our restorations.
When your child has a cavity, this could mean discomfort for your little one. In addition, a dental infection could develop that means premature tooth loss! To offer a safe and lifelike dental filling in only one visit, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist may recommend one of our composite resin dental fillings.
By carefully cleaning their teeth and providing smart meal and snack choices, you can help your kids avoid trouble with cavities. Unfortunately, children can experience difficulties with decay despite your efforts. The good news is that your Dallas, TX pediatric dentist can address this issue while minimizing changes to their appearance and tooth. Our practice uses dental fillings that are made with a synthetic resin substance that can bond with, and imitate, the surrounding enamel. Remember that we are also here to provide ongoing support, which can lead to better oral health and fewer issues with dental decay! (more…)
When your child has tooth decay, then we may create a metal-free and lifelike filling to offer relief. But what if your child has an infected tooth? To prevent pain and tooth loss, we may recommend a root canal alternative that is perfect for kids. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about our pulpotomy treatment.
When children have oral health issues too severe to be treated with a dental filling, we may suggest treatment with a stainless-steel crown, or a lifelike zirconia one. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how these restorations benefit little smiles, and the steps we take to create and place them.
Tooth decay often starts minor, unnoticed until the later stages cause painful aches and tooth sensitivity. To prevent cavities from becoming infections and leading to premature tooth loss in your child’s smile, you should talk to your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist. In today’s blog, we will explain when a child needs a dental filling.
We use technology to treat little smiles, addressing everything from tooth decay to dental infection. Using advanced technology also helps improve the comfort of your child during treatment! In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist wants to explain how we use dental lasers to help treat oral health issues in a comfortable way with a faster healing period!
Sometimes, a filling, crown, or even a root canal won’t be able to address an issue with your child’s smile. To prevent complications and preserve oral health, we may need to perform an extraction. In today’s blog, your Dallas, TX, pediatric dentist will talk about how we ensure the procedure is comfortable!
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.