Dental Care for your Baby
Good oral hygiene needs to start early in your youngster’s life to ensure a lifetime of bright and healthy smiles.
For a situation where the child is in distress or must lie still, general anaesthesia can be the appropriate choice for a pain-free treatment.
If your child experiences anxiety during a visit to the dentist, nitrous oxide will help them remain calm, relaxed and cooperative during the process.
Pediatric Dental Emergencies
Dental trauma to either baby or adult teeth resulting in a lost tooth, a loose or broken tooth or even a hard blow to the jaw – may require an emergency visit to our office.
Children are not merely little adults – they have unique dental needs that require a particular approach.
A baby’s face is a happy face. Proper care of baby teeth will lead to healthy teeth and gums as your child grows.
Special Needs Dentistry
Youngsters with medical, physical, developmental, emotional or behavioural conditions require specialized dental care and treatment.
Sports Dentistry is all about “mouth guards” to protect the mouth, teeth, gums, jaw and faces of young athletes.
Thumb & Finger Sucking Habits
Your pediatric dentist can offer encouragement to help your child break digit habits like thumb sucking and to help you better understand the impact on the development of healthy teeth and gums.