WE OFFER A WIDE RANGE OF DENTISTRY FOR CHILDREN DENTAL SERVICES TO PROMOTE A LIFETIME OF HEALTHY TEETH AND GUMS FOR YOUR CHILDREN. CALL US TODAY TO LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SAVANNAH PEDIATRIC DENTAL TREATMENTS.
CHILDREN’S DENTAL CLEANINGS
Our office, as well as the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, recommends that your child visit the dentist by his/her 1st birthday. We specialize in Dentistry for Children. Regular cleanings are critical to your child’s development of healthy teeth and gums. We perform regular check-ups, cleanings and oral health evaluations in our Savannah children’s dental office.
CHILDREN’S ORAL SEDATION – Not on Site (Hospital Only)
Is your child extremely anxious about visiting the dentist? Contact our office about how we can help your child with their dental visit.
CHILDREN’S FLUORIDE TREATMENTS
Fluoride prevents tooth decay. It is a natural mineral that is found in food and water. Fluoride strengthens your tooth’s enamel, making it harder for bacteria to cause cavities. We offer fluoride treatments to promote good dental hygiene.
Tooth decay can begin early in life so children and teenagers may need fluoride treatments to keep their teeth healthy and promote future oral health.
CHILDREN’S DENTAL SEALANTS
A sealant is a very thin layer of strong plastic that bonds to the chewing part of the tooth in order to seal out the germs that cause cavities. These are used when there are tiny grooves in a child’s tooth that will be hard to clean with a toothbrush. The sealant reduces the chances of cavities developing.
CHILDREN’S DENTAL CROWNS
Dental crowns are used to cover a tooth that might be likely to break or is too damaged and decayed to be fixed with a filling. A crown is an aesthetic covering or a tooth-shaped “cap” that is placed over another tooth to provide it stability. Crowns are generally used to improve the strength or appearance of teeth. When a large cavity threatens the ongoing health of a tooth, a crown is a good option. Crowns are also used to restore the shape and size of chipped or damaged teeth. They are typically bonded to the tooth using dental cement. We only recommend dental crowns for children when it is absolutely necessary.