Colleyville Children’s Dentistry offers a range of pediatric dentistry and orthodontic services, including education, prevention, and treatment. While we have the knowledge, resources, and sophistication to treat even the most challenging pediatric dental complications, we would much rather prevent them from occurring.
Our services are focused on educating children and families to develop healthy habits and prevent tooth decay, but when needed, we have the ability to repair and restore your child’s smile. We generally see patients every six months for routine check-ups and cleanings, unless your pediatric dentist recommends an alternative treatment plan.
Our Services Include
Check-Ups & Cleanings
Working with you, our board-certified pediatric dentists will teach your child how to effectively brush and floss while monitoring their teeth for any signs of decay.
In some instances, your child’s dentist may use fluoride varnish to help prevent tooth decay or stop it from getting worse.
Tooth Colored Fillings
In the event that your kid’s dentist notices the start of an infection, we will work with you to develop recommendations for a treatment plan based on their unique needs.
Intravenous Sedation (in office)
While many children remain unfazed by the excitement of a dental appointment, others may require a bit more assistance remaining calm and comfortable during the completion of necessary procedures. The biggest advantage to IV sedation is that the dentist can give your child more medicine during a longer procedure to keep him or her relaxed.
Dental sealants are thin, protective coatings a dentist places on the chewing surfaces of your child’s molars (back teeth). They fill the deep grooves that are hard for children to properly clean by brushing.
Dark teeth can be caused by soft drinks, dark juices, popsicles, coffee, and many other foods. Though bleaching can help with the appearance of your child’s teeth, our team recommends this decision only be considered after age 14, at which point the adult teeth have fully erupted.
Stainless Steel Crowns
Stainless steel crowns are metal caps used by dentists to repair a decayed baby tooth with the goal of preventing it from decaying further.
Sedation at Outpatient Surgery
In some circumstances, our pediatric dentist may recommend sedation at an outpatient surgery center in order to maximize your child’s comfort during certain procedures.
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