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Kids Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry

Addressing dental decay in primary (milk) teeth at a young age is crucial to prevent its progression toward the tooth pulp, which can lead to pain and gum swelling. When deep cavities in primary teeth threaten the pulp, the appropriate treatment is “Root Canal Treatment.”

Depending on the severity of decay in primary teeth, various treatments can be considered:

  • Tooth-Colored Fillings: Aesthetic fillings that match the natural tooth color can be utilized to restore the tooth’s integrity.
  • Root Canal Treatment: When the decay is extensive, root canal treatment can be administered to preserve the tooth’s functionality and alleviate discomfort.
  • Crowns: In cases where primary teeth require significant restoration, crowns can be employed to provide durable protection and maintain oral health.
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Preventing Cavities In Kids

One of the most effective ways to ensure the well-being of milk teeth is to establish a regular oral care routine early on. This includes brushing milk teeth twice a day with children’s toothpaste like Tooth Mousse (GC), Kidodent, Hoplin (STIM), among others. Fostering the habit of brushing and even introducing flossing at an early age is essential. Milk teeth demand extra attention as they are susceptible to decay, and their condition significantly influences the emergence of permanent teeth in the correct position within a specific age range.

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At “Aryas Dental and Implant Clinic,” our dedicated dental professionals prioritize preventive dental care for children to safeguard their primary teeth. To ward off decay, we employ pit and fissure sealants, which seal deep grooves in molars, preventing food particles from getting trapped on the tooth surfaces. Additionally, our preventive regimen includes fluoride applications every six months, reinforcing the importance of proactive dental health for kids.