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Pediatric Dentistry




We’ve been working as professional Pediatric Dentists for 20 years, constantly developing and advancing our medical skills and techniques. We now offer several services and specialized procedures for your convenience. Get in touch to learn more about the ways in which we can help you.

Yearly Checkup

Service Procedure

1- Look for cavities or any other signs of tooth decay

2- Inspect the teeth and gums for gingivitis and signs of periodontal disease

3- Provide a thorough teeth cleaning

4- Check for any problems that can’t easily be seen or felt

We are happy to be able to provide all of our patients with unparalleled health services and personalized treatments. We are not satisfied until our patients can smile with worries. you’re in great hands.
Get in touch to schedule your next appointment.

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Pit and Fissure Caries


Tooth surface with pits and fissures is the most prevalent of carious area for suitability of plaque accumulation. Pit and fissure sealing has been proven be effective in preventing and arresting pit-and-fissure occlusal caries lesions of primary and permanent molars in children and adolescents and can greatly affect smooth surface carious lesion reduction. Clinical decision to seal enamel pits and fissures needs to assess caries risk of the tooth. Surface morphology of pit and fissure, judged by dentist’s subjective experience, together with other factors of socioeconomic status of family, dietary habit, caries history, etc, are comprehensively considered.

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Fluoride treatment for kids

The minerals found in fluoride work to slow, or even stop, the spread of tooth decay. Fluoride helps to strengthen the enamel of teeth and decrease the risk of cavities. Fluoride can remineralize the surface of the tooth that is vulnerable to bacteria that causes tooth decay. With the proper use of fluoride, good dental hygiene, and a healthy diet, you can reduce the risk of decay and keep your child’s smile healthy.

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Dental treatment under general anesthesia

General anesthesia is commonly used to facilitate dental treatment in patients with anxiety or challenging behavior, many of whom are children or patients with special needs. When performing procedures under general anesthesia, dental surgeons must perform a thorough pre-operative assessment, as well as ensure that the patients are aware of the potential risks and that informed consent has been obtained. Such precautions ensure optimal patient management and reduce the frequency of morbidities associated with this form of sedation. Most guidelines address the management of pediatric patients under general anesthesia. However, little has been published regarding this method in patients with special needs. This article constitutes a review of the current literature regarding management of patients with special needs under general anesthesia.


Space maintainer

Baby teeth are supposed to fall out, but sometimes a child may lose a tooth before their adult teeth are ready to grow in. While it might not seem like a big problem at the moment, it can lead to more problems if not maintained properly. Dentists can place devices called space maintainers in your child’s mouth to ensure that their adult teeth will grow properly.

If your child has lost a tooth prematurely, you should schedule a visit with your child’s pediatric dentist. They can examine your child’s mouth and tooth structure and then tell you if your child needs a space maintainer.

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