Pediatric Dental Care


We know that taking your kids to a dental check-up is never easy. Our child-friendly environment will encourage your child to look forward to their next appointment. The latest American guidelines for Paediatric Dentistry recommend that parents should bring their child to the dentist as soon as the first teeth appear — usually at around 6 months or at least before their 1st birthday. Early visits to the dental hospital will help children to develop proper brushing habits and preventive care for dental decay.

Children begin to get their baby teeth during the first 6 months of life. By 6 or 7 years, they start to lose their first set of teeth, which are eventually replaced by secondary/permanent teeth. At 6-12 years they will have a mixed dentition. Retaining the primary molars till the age of 10-12 is very important for the proper development of permanent teeth and jaw growth.

Primary teeth can be saved by procedures like pulpotomy and pulpectomy which are root canal treatments in children. After the procedure, strip crowns are given for anterior teeth and preformed metal crowns are given for posterior teeth. We also provide habit-breaking appliances and interceptive orthodontics to prevent faulty alignment of teeth. Very uncooperative children are given conscious sedation or general anaesthesia for completing their procedure.

At Kamala Dental Speciality Hospital, We Offer The Following Services To Your Little Ones:
  1. Preventive Dental Care by advocating Fluoride Treatment.
  2. Rampant Caries Management implemented in Nursing Bottle Caries situations.
  3. Pulpectomy and Pulpotomy procedures for management of deep carious teeth.
  4. Preformed crowns such as Stainless-Steel Crowns for posteriors milk teeth and Strip Crowns for anterior milk teeth.
  5. Space Maintainers are given in missing milk teeth conditions.
  6. Habit Breakers are employed for thumb sucking, tongue thrusting and mouth breathing habits to prevent malalignment of permanent teeth.

Sleep Dentistry implied only for uncooperative and overly anxious children.

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