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Dental fillings are like little repairs for your child's teeth. If they have a cavity, the dentist will remove the damaged part and fill it with a safe material. It helps stop the cavity from getting worse and makes their tooth strong again, keeping their smile bright and healthy!



Dental crowns are like tiny hats for your child's teeth. If their tooth is badly damaged or has a big cavity, the dentist will cover it with a strong silver crown. It protects the tooth and helps it stay healthy, allowing them to eat, talk, and smile comfortably!


Extractions (Wiggles)

An extraction is when the dentist removes a loose or damaged tooth from your child's mouth. It's done to keep their other teeth healthy and make room for new ones to grow in. It's a quick procedure, and the dentist will ensure your child is comfortable during the process.


Pulpotomy (Baby Root Canal)

A pulpotomy is a special treatment for a badly decayed or injured baby tooth. The dentist removes the damaged part inside the tooth, cleans it, and puts a healing material. It helps to save the tooth and relieve any pain, so your child can keep their smile healthy and happy!


Space Maintainers

A space maintainer is like a helper for your child's teeth. If they lose a baby tooth early, it keeps the space open until their permanent tooth grows in. It helps their teeth stay in the right position, ensuring a beautiful smile and preventing future dental problems!


Habit Appliance

A habit appliance is like a special tool to help your child break bad oral habits. It can be used to stop thumb sucking or tongue thrusting, which can affect their teeth and jaw. The appliance is comfortable and gently reminds them not to engage in these habits, encouraging a healthy and beautiful smile!


Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)

Nitrous oxide, also known as laughing gas, is a safe and mild form of sedation used at the dentist's office. It helps your child feel relaxed and calm during dental procedures, making their experience more comfortable and less stressful. After the procedure, the effects wear off quickly, allowing them to resume their normal activities without any lingering effects.


Sedation Dentistry

Sedation is a gentle and safe way to help your child feel relaxed and calm during dental treatments. It may involve using medications or techniques to reduce anxiety and discomfort, ensuring a more pleasant experience. This is can be done in a hospital setting, surgery center or sometimes at the dentist's office.

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