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Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry is an age-defined specialty that provides both primary and comprehensive preventive and therapeutic oral health care for infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health care needs.

two different types of pulp cap are distinguished. In direct pulp capping, the protective dressing is placed directly over an exposed pulp; and in indirect pulp capping, a thin layer of softened dentin, that if removed would expose the pulp, is left in place and the protective dressing is placed on top.

Dental sealants (also termed pit and fissure sealants, or simply fissure sealants) are a dental treatment intended to prevent tooth decay.

It strengthens teeth already present in the mouth making them more decay-resistant. Topical fluorides include toothpastes, mouthrinses and professionally applied fluoride therapies.

Dental crowns are caps that cover a tooth or a dental implant. Dentists often recommend crowns as a way to support broken, weak, or misshapen teeth. Zirconia crowns are made from zirconium dioxide, a very durable type of metal that's related to titanium, although it's categorized as a type of ceramic crown.

It is defined as a root canal procedure for pulp tissue that is irreversibly infected or necrotic as a result of caries or traumatic injury.

Pulpotomy is the term for removal of the coronal pulp with the intent of maintaining the vitality of the remaining radicular pulp tissue.

They are the restoration of choice for upper or lower front teeth that have multiple surface or large cavities. It is a clear plastic tooth form that is trimmed and filled with composite resin (tooth colored filling material) to provide full tooth coverage after cavity removal.=

Space maintainers are appliances used to maintain space or regain minor amounts of space lost, So as to guide the unerupted tooth into a proper position in the arch

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FAQ

Q.1. What Is The Minimum Age For Visiting A Kid’s Dentist?

You should take your child to the pediatric dentist as soon as the first tooth erupts in their mouth, or right around the time your child turns one. Book an appointment with an expert at your nearest Elite Dental Studio for pediatric consultation.

Q.2. How Long Should A Child Visit A Pediatric Dentist?

It is mandatory for a child to see a pediatric dentist till the age of 14, because by this time, all of their permanent teeth have grown out. Beyond this, it is the choice of the child and his/her parents. However, it is recommended that a child should visit a pediatric dentist till the age of 16.

Q.3. When Should A Child Start Brushing?

For children, brushing should start with the eruption of the first tooth. However, expert kids dentist advice to make sure that the amount of toothpaste should be very small, almost equivalent to a grain of rice.

Q.4. Should Mothers Clean The Mouth Of Babies If There Are No Teeth?

It is extremely important to maintain oral hygiene and keep the mouth clean & clear of germs, irrespective of the age. Mothers can clean the mouth, both upper and lower jaw, of their children with the help of a soft cloth

Q.5. Is It Normal For Babies To Have A White Tongue?

Most babies have a white coating on their tongue in the initial few weeks, which is completely normal. There is nothing wrong with their oral hygiene.

Q.6. What Is The Importance Of Milk Teeth?

As milk teeth erupt and fall, people often think that they do not matter in the overall part of oral hygiene. However, milk teeth play some really important roles, like:

  • They play the primary role of biting, chewing, and grinding the food before digesting it
  • They are also important in speech patterns and training
  • Milk teeth are the basis of the development of the jaw bones and muscles.
  • They provide the necessary shape of the mouth and room for permanent teeth to erupt.