Our specialists perform their duty extremely well and with great ease. We also provide a habit breaking appliance in children. We provide various varieties of crowns as follows:
It bridges the “Dental Gap” and enhances dental health.
A. Your child should visit a pediatric dentist when the first tooth comes in, usually between six to twelve months of age. Early examination and preventive care will protect your child’s oral health care now and in the future.
A. The most important reason is to begin a thorough preventive program. Dental problems can begin early. Your child risks severe decay from using a bottle during naps or at night or when they nurse continuously from the mother’s breast. Thus, the earlier the dental visit, the better the chance of preventing dental problems.
A. The sooner the better. Starting at birth, make a habit of cleaning your child’s gums with a soft infant toothbrush and water. Remember that most small children do not have the dexterity to brush their teeth effectively. Unless it is advised by your child’s pediatric dentist, do not use fluoridated toothpaste until the age of 2 or 3.
A. A child should see a dentist at least twice a year. Some children need more frequent dental visits because of increased risk of tooth decay, unusual growth patterns or poor oral hygiene.
A. The following steps will help your child be a part of the cavity-free generation