Dental tooth decay still remains the most prevalent chronic disease in children, even though it is largely preventable. Untreated cavities can cause pain and infections that may lead to problems with eating, speaking, playing and learning. Children who have poor oral health often miss more school and receive lower grades than children who don’t. Kids are usually terrified of their dentists, let Dr. Oriola show love and compassion to ease their nerves and solve all your problems and prevent any from happening in the future!
We recommend the following preventive care measures to ensure a healthy smiling mouth!
Exams, X-Rays & Cleanings
You might be asking yourself does my child really need an examination and cleaning every six months?
Cavities happen when bacteria and food are left on the teeth after eating that are not brushed away.
A protective coating keeps bacteria from settling in the hard-to-reach crevices of the molars
Oral health issues can affect people of all ages. Children are often especially prone to these difficulties because of poorly established habits. Tooth decay is one of the most common dental problems in children today. Poor brushing and flossing habits can lead to cavities or infections. Eating and drinking food and beverages with too much sugar can also be a concern because the cavity causing bacteria love sugar! In addition, active children may injure their teeth from falls, collisions or other accidents.
Pediatric Dentistry can help sooth all tooth pain and bring that smile back to your little ones face! We will use the best restorative techniques to remove damage and prevent any future cavities from forming. We do the following restorative care procedures: