Child Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry

It is very important that baby teeth are well maintained and healthy as they hold the place in jaws till the time permanent teeth develops and help guide permanent teeth when they erupt . We strongly advise & encourage parents to get their children for an oral assessment from or as young as 6 months old. It will help your child to get familiar with the doctor and clinics environment. This will not only remove the fear for dental treatment from childs mind but will also will give us a chance to develop a long lasting doctor-patient relationship .Early oral assessment will evaluate the different elements of your kid's smile and long term solution for their oral development.
Common dental problems that occur at younger age :
  • Early Tooth Cavities
  • Habits such as thumb sucking which further leads to jaw deformity
  • Incorrectly arranged teeth
  • Abnormal tooth development
  • Improper bite also called "Jaw malocclusion"
  • Clenching or grinding of teeth

These problems may impact your kid's oral health & dental development, so early care from a young age is very important We would be pleased to guide you the appropriate solution for your loved ones regarding Home Care(brushing, flossing and fluorides) Preventive Treatments & Conservative Treatment if needed to maintain oral health.

Fluoride application is the most effective way for prevention of dental decay in kids. Fluoride helps to strengthen your teeth and protect them from tooth decay. As you eat and drink throughout the day, bacteria, sugars, and acids constantly attacks and demineralize the outer of your teeth resulting in cavities and decay . Fluoride works to remineralize this outer layer , preventing tooth decay and cavities. In addition, fluoride can strengthen the teeth as they develop to make sure they are strong and healthy, making fluoride very important for children as their teeth grow in.
Do milk teeth cavities needs to be filled ? Is the most common concern among parents ,even though baby teeth will fall off eventually, the answer is YES. Permanent tooth buds are situated just beneath the baby teeth, any infection to the baby teeth and can have a direct impact on the eruption and health of the permanent teeth. Tooth which are badly infected can be saved by performing pulpectomy and providing the tooth with a crown.
We pride ourselves on designing treatment plans which assure your little ones to develop and maintain healthy smiles for their whole life. At MDC we make sure that the procedure is carried out in utmost care and painless way as we understand the anxiety of the kids & parents. So, it is necessary to have a once in 6 months visit to your dentist to have a complete and quick check on to those beautiful baby teeth.
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