The children dentistry is completely different from adult dental care. The children dentistry depends on the child’s age, cognitive development, and personality type. We always advise all parents to bring their kids to the clinic at the age of two. The kids should foster good oral hygiene from a young age.
The Australian Government covers the medical expenses for about 3 million children aged 2 to 17. Now, this is something to smile about Visit our clinic to know more information about this scheme.
It is a treatment done to prevent tooth decay. Sealants are placed in deep pits & fissures to seal them.
The pulpectomy is similar to a root canal. The procedure is mainly for the kids. The aim of this procedure is to operate the decayed tooth with less injury. Clinical studies have shown that the pulpectomy has a 78-96% success rate. Visit our clinic to get the treatment immediately.
Find an Awesome Dentist and Tour the Office Prior to the First Appointment. Watch Videos or Read Books About Going to the Dentist.
Play Pretend Dentist at Home.
Schedule Their First Dental Visit Wisely.
Use Positive Reinforcement.
Bring Friends favourite toys.
first dental visit should occur within six months after the baby’s first tooth appears, but no later than the child’s first birthday.
If your tooth is damaged or decayed and can‘t be repaired with a filling or crown first, your dentist may decide to remove (extract) the tooth as a last resort. When your tooth can‘t be repaired, tooth removal may be the best option for you.
If you haven’t been to the dentist in several years, there’s a good chance you may have one or two cavities that require attention.
Expect the first appointment to be short and informal, more of a meet-and-greet for your child and the dentist. As for inspecting your tot’s teeth, the dentist will check for decay and take a look at your child’s gums, jaw and bite.
Toddler teeth need cleaning twice a day – in the morning and before bed. Use a small, soft toothbrush designed for children under two years. Just use water on the toothbrush until your child is 18 months old, unless a dentist tells you otherwise.
From ages 2-5, a pea-sized amount of fluoride-free, kid-safe toothpaste is recommended. Your child will need help brushing and you should remind them to spit out the toothpaste. Guide your child on proper brushing techniques to prevent cavities.