Children's Dentistry

At iSmile Dental Center, we provides a range of dental services for children of all ages. Their comprehensive dental checkup includes an examination of the teeth, gums, and mouth, as well as X-rays to identify any hidden dental problems. During the checkup, the dentist may also provide oral hygiene instructions to teach children how to properly care for their teeth.

Children's Dentistry Services

Pediatric dentistry is an essential aspect of children’s oral health care. As a specialized field, pediatric dentistry has the expertise to cater to the unique dental needs of children. We understand the importance of creating a comfortable and friendly environment to make your child feel at ease during their dental visit. Whether it’s a routine dental checkup or a complex dental procedure, we are here to provide your child with the best possible dental care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our pediatric dental team.

Regular dental exams are an essential part of maintaining good oral health for children. Routine evaluations monitor your child’s oral development.Our pediatric dentists perform comprehensive dental exams, including a visual examination of the teeth and gums, x-rays, and other diagnostic tests as needed. These exams can help to identify any dental issues early on and prevent them from becoming more serious problems.

Dental fillings are a common dental treatment for children who have cavities or tooth decay. Primary (milk) teeth can decay at any stage and should be addressed right away to prevent further spread of infection Composite fillings are long lasting and can be repaired /replaced if damaged

Our pediatric dentists can perform orthodontic evaluations to assess the development of a child’s teeth and jaws. These evaluations can help to identify any potential orthodontic issues early on, such as crooked or overcrowded teeth, and allow for timely treatment to correct them.

Dental sealants are made of flouride material that flows into deep grooveson tooth surfaces . we recommend them to be placed on all molars (childrens and adults) to prevent caries formation .

Extractions and Space Maintainers — Non-restorable teeth should be removed and a special appliance placed to allow proper eruption of adult teeth.

Dental crowns are a common treatment for children who have a damaged or decayed tooth that cannot be restored with a filling. Our pediatric dentists use tooth-colored crowns that are both durable and aesthetically pleasing to restore the function and appearance of the tooth

A pulpotomy is a common dental treatment for children who have a severely decayed or infected tooth. Our pediatric dentists perform pulpotomies to remove the infected portion of the tooth and preserve the remaining healthy tissue

Our pediatric dentists can perform early intervention and growth modification treatments to help correct orthodontic issues and prevent them from becoming more severe. These treatments can include space maintainers, orthodontic appliances, and other specialized techniques to help promote healthy jaw and tooth development.

Cleanings Teeth every six months keep your child’s smile shiny and clean. our dentist will guide the parents on ideal oral hygiene habits to maintain long lasting proper brushing technique 

Application of flourid varnish after your child’s cleaning helps, makes teeth more resistant to decay and sensitivity.

Root canal treatment is needed when infection spreads into the nerve even in baby (milk) teeth. This should be addressed side away to prevent further pain and spread of infection to permanent teeth

This is a form of pain- free light sedation used to help calm and relax anxious patients. It is completely safe and can be used on all patients, children and adults

Top of the line anesthesia with minimal pain and uses a sensor to deliver anesthesia to one single tooth and the surrounding gingiva. Ideal to be used in children to provide a better dental experience since anything involving needles is daunting for most children.

 iSmile is well-equipped with the above mentioned technologies to be able to make autistic and people of determination comfortable in a dental setting.

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Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies can be scary for both children and parents. At Children's Ismile dental clinic, our team is always ready to manage dental emergencies promptly. We offer care for dental injuries, including broken or knocked-out teeth, and we use dental sedation to ensure your child's comfort during the treatment.


Specialized care for your little one's big smile

Our team of experienced pediatric dentists is committed to ensuring that your child receives the highest quality of care possible. We understand the importance of creating a comfortable and friendly environment to make your child feel at ease during their dental visit. Whether it's a routine dental checkup or a complex dental procedure, we are here to provide your child with the best possible dental care. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with our pediatric dental team.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Parents should start brushing/cleaning their children’s teeth as soon as they appear, this is usually around 6 months of age. A soft bristled brush or wet cloth is run across the teeth and gums to make sure no food/milk remanents stay on the tooth surface.
Parents should brush their children s teeth or monitor them while brushing twice a day. Children’s toothpaste should be used still it contains a lower amount of fluoride that helps prevent tooth decay.
It is recommended that a child should have their first dental visit within six months after their first tooth appears or by their first birthday.
Parents can help their child feel more comfortable during their dental visit by preparing them beforehand, using positive language, and offering comfort and reassurance during the appointment.
Yes, dental x-rays are safe for children. Pediatric dentists use low-dose radiation to take x-rays, and they also use lead aprons to protect the child's body from unnecessary exposure.
Children should visit the dentist every six months for regular checkups and cleanings. However, the frequency of visits may vary based on their oral health needs.
A pediatric dentist specializes in the oral health of children from infancy through teenage years. They have additional training and experience in treating children's unique dental needs, including preventive care, early intervention, and special needs dentistry.
Common pediatric dental procedures include dental exams, cleanings, fillings, extractions, space maintainers, crowns, and orthodontic evaluations.
To prevent tooth decay, parents should encourage their child to brush their teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, floss daily, limit sugary snacks and drinks, and visit the dentist regularly for checkups and cleanings.
Wait at least 24 hours: It is important to give your mouth time to heal before brushing your teeth. Wait at least 24 hours after the extraction before brushing your teeth.
Brush gently: When you do start brushing your teeth, be gentle around the extraction site to avoid disrupting the blood clot or causing further irritation.
Avoid the extraction site: It is important to avoid brushing the extraction site directly for the first few days. Instead, brush around the area and be careful not to apply too much pressure.
Use a soft-bristled toothbrush: Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to avoid irritating the gums and causing further discomfort.
Rinse with salt water: After the first day, you can start rinsing your mouth with warm salt water to help keep the area clean and promote healing.
Follow your dentist's instructions: Your dentist or oral surgeon may have specific instructions for brushing your teeth after an extraction, so be sure to follow their advice to ensure a smooth and speedy recovery.
Some signs that a child may need braces include crooked or crowded teeth, an overbite or underbite, and difficulty chewing or biting.