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Dental sealant is a plastic resin that bonds to the deep grooves in the tooth’s chewing surface to protect the grooved and pitted surfaces of the tooth. With sealants, tooth brushing becomes easier and the likelihood of remaining cavity-free is higher.

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We provide custom sports guards for junior sports and professional heavy contact sports. The American Dental Association recommends that mouth guards be worn during all heavy contact sports. They should be worn during competition and practice to prevent broken teeth and concussions, as well as injuries to the lips, tongue, face and jaw.

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When tooth damage becomes significant, fillings are no longer an option and a crown may be required. A crown may also be recommended for children who have a high risk of tooth decay and have poor oral hygiene habits. Stainless steel crowns are typically used in children because they cost less than other options and can be placed during a single visit.

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The American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommend that your child visit a pediatric dentist by the age of one. This will help build a trusting relationship between child and dentist and lay the groundwork for a lifetime of good oral health. Your child’s first visit will include A complete dental exam

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Dental decay, infections, orthodontic corrections or impacted wisdom teeth may require removal of a tooth. Extraction may also be required when an over-retained primary tooth needs to be removed to make way for the permanent tooth to erupt.

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Fillings are used to repair a tooth damaged by decay, cracks and minor fractures. We offer tooth-colored, mercury-free dental fillings that provide functional, natural-looking results, so your child can show the world a bright smile.

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Fluoride is a safe, highly effective substance that helps teeth become more resistant to dental decay and results in significantly fewer cavities. It is found in: Fluoridated water Certain foods Dental products such as toothpaste and mouthwash An evaluation of the fluoride levels in your primary drinking water source is done during the visit since children between the ages of six months and 16 years may require fluoride supplements. Fluoride can also be applied topically during your regular visit.

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Although many children are comfortable with dental procedures, some very young children or those with a level of anxiety that prevents coping skills may need additional support. Nitrous oxide (often known as “laughing gas”) is a good option in this case.

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When a primary tooth has been removed prematurely, neighboring teeth may shift and cause spacing problems. To avoid these complications, your dentist may recommend a space maintainer. This appliance will hold the space for the eruption of the permanent tooth.

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