Restorative Dentistry services
In pediatric dentistry, we focus on restorative procedures specially designed for your child's unique dental needs. These treatments not only enhance their smile but also improve chewing and eating abilities. Our dedicated team offers a variety of top-notch restorative options, tailored to your child's specific requirements. Through a thorough examination by our experienced pediatric dentist, we'll create a personalized treatment plan to ensure your child's smile is healthy and bright.
Why is Restorative Dentistry needed?
In pediatric dentistry, restorative treatments are essential when your child's teeth face challenges like decay, lost restorations, or fractures. Our mission is to provide a range of tailored restorative solutions to enhance both the health and appearance of their smile. We customize these options to meet the unique needs of each child, ensuring they receive precisely the care required for a healthy and beautiful smile.
What makes you a candidate for Restorative Dentistry?
Prior to having any type of restorative procedure done, you'll come into our office for a consultation. The consult will include an exam and series of different x-rays so that we can create a personalized treatment plan just for your child. We will help in teaching you about each individual procedure and what to expect when having it done.
What can be expected with Restorative Dentistry?
Because there are so many different restoration options available, you will need to consult with our doctor prior to having work done. What works for one patient may not work for another, so it is important that you understand your options. The purpose of restorative dentistry is to correct certain problems while simultaneously improving the look of your teeth.
If you're in need of restorative dentistry and want to know more about your treatment options, call us today and our helpful staff members can assist you.
Baby Root Canal
A baby root canal is a procedure that is done to a primary (baby) tooth that has a large cavity extending to the nerve. This procedure is done to eliminate pain and sensitivity, and saves the tooth.
Dental Crowns for Children
Children experience many of the same oral health issues as adults, such as tooth decay and cracked teeth. As with adult patients, Dr. Abraham of Castle Hills Pediatric Dentistry may recommend a crown for your child.
The tooth damage forms as cavities that are small holes in the surface of the tooth. The cavity is repaired with materials to fill the hole.
Silver Diamine Fluoride
Silver diamine fluoride (SDF), recently approved for use in the United States, has been shown to be effective in stopping the progression of cavities. Cavities treated with SDF usually turn black and hard.