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PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY/KIDS DENTISTRY

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PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY / KIDS DENTISTRY

The first tooth in a child erupts as early as in 6 months and they get the set of primary ‘milk’ teeth by the age of 4-5 years. Parents ignore taking care of the teeth of their toddlers since they live in a belief that the milk teeth will eventually fall off.

However, it is important to consult a paediatric dentist as soon as your child’s first tooth appears or when your child turns one to ensure good oral health of your kid.

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Pulp Therapy for kids

Often referred to as a "nerve treatment", "children's root canal", "pulpectomy" or "pulpotomy".

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Sealants

These seven benefits of dental sealants for kids will give you a basic understanding of sealants and how they help to protect your child’s teeth. They Protect Against Cavities Dental sealants help to protect a child’s teeth from cavities by covering the top of the tooth with a “tooth-colored” material.

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Fluoride Application

Dentists provide professional fluoride treatments in the form of a highly concentrated rinse, foam, gel, or varnish. The treatment may be applied with a swab, brush, tray, or mouthwash. These treatments have much more fluoride than what’s in your water or toothpaste. They only take a few minutes to apply.

Space maintainers

Not every child will need a space maintainer for every baby tooth that falls out. Space maintainers are usually only needed when a child loses a tooth before its permanent replacement has developed or is ready to erupt. ... When this happens, there's no room for the permanent tooth once it's ready to erupt.

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Coloured fluorescent braces

Colored braces for teeth- Each of the braces gets a small rubber band around it called ligerings. It holds the wire in the bracket slot. This wire causes the teeth to straighten out.

These small rubber bands are available in different colors.

Braces (brackets) are the constant feature that will remain until the end of treatment. What changes are the wires and rubber bands.

We usually change your rubber bands every month. So, you can get a whole new look every time you visit your orthodontist.

Sedation dentistry for Kids

Sedation is used to increase the cooperation of children during treatment. When behaviour management techniques such as tell-show-do, voice control, non-verbal communication, positive reinforcement, distraction and parental presence are insufficient for dental treatment, sedation or general anaesthesia may become necessary.

Conscious sedation or minimal sedation is part of various techniques that are used by dentists, especially paediatric dentists, alongside behaviour management techniques. The goal is to provide quality dental treatment in both cooperative and uncooperative children. Depending on the personality of the child, oral sedative medications, I.V. sedation and nitrous oxide can be used successfully and safely during dental procedures done under specialised anaesthesiologist. Therefore, appropriate patient evaluation and selection contribute to sedation success in children.

It is important to manage a child’s pain and anxiety early in their treatment. Inadequate pain control for initial procedures in young children may diminish the effect of adequate analgesia in subsequent procedures. Sedative medications will then have to overcome increased anxiety from previous appointments

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Lasers Treatments for kids

  • No shot. No drill. No fear.

Dr. Anil Yadav Neo Dental Clinic offers Waterlase, the breakthrough in laser dentistry that promises the most comfortable and pain-free experience without drills or needles. Waterlase is a safe and gentle alternative to traditional dental tools. Using laser and water spray, Waterlase can perform many procedures without a shot or a drill. Finally, going to the dentist in fun again!

Dr. Anil Yadav Neo Dental Clinic has advanced technology and the dentists have been trained in laser dentistry – this is amazing for children as it is – wait for it – pain and injection free.