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500 North Columbia Rver Hwy, Suite 505
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Anyone who has battled bad teeth or viciously painful gums can testify that it is extremely difficult to deal with, especially for children. This could even involve keeping your mouth closed because you are too conscious about showcasing a badly kept gum in public. Moreover, maintaining that smile across your face can also be difficult because your oral health is not in good shape.
The good news is, our dental experts at St. Helens Pediatric Dentistry can help you with such problems through restorative dentistry procedures.
What Is Restorative Dentistry?
Restorative dentistry works towards alleviating pain and restoring comfort amongst children facing any kind of dental issue. With its ability to replicate the natural look of teeth with customizable fillings, dental crowns, and dental bridges, the popularity of restorative dentistry is rising quickly at present. Resultantly, all standard functions will be restored, helping a patient speak again with ease.
Who Needs It?
Anyone could require restorative dental procedures depending on the condition of their gums and teeth. You should not wait for a tooth problem to occur or become unbearable for your child. It is essential to visit our office for a check-up first to detect and eventually resolve dental issues before they worsen.
Restorative dentistry can significantly improve teeth appearance and help maintain your child’s elegant smile by replacing missing or broken teeth using dental crowns or implants. If you prefer a more comfortable option than implants, you may go for crowns. You and your child will surely reap the benefit of restoring a natural smile because crowns are responsible for bringing back the natural teeth color.
A child’s oral hygiene speaks volumes about their overall health. The appearance and state of their gums can be an indicator of either good health or a vitamin deficiency of some kind. Seeking restorative dental surgeries at our clinic can minimize the chances of contracting teeth related or induced illnesses.
Teeth fractures can be painful. They may be a result of damage from wear and tear or physical trauma, amongst many others. The essential step is to get a quick dental fix, irrespective of the nature and cause of the damage.
Get it Done in Time
Pain from teeth related problems can make even the simple tasks of chewing soft edibles extremely uncomfortable. Exposure to hot and cold food temperatures can result in pain. One of the greatest dangers lies in worsening the damage. Tissue infections may arise, and the surrounding bone can suffer, demanding dental extraction over time. Timely dental restoration can help fix the core tooth problem and protect your child from losing their natural teeth.
Every child needs to brush their teeth twice a day to maintain healthy teeth. Electric toothbrushes are useful for removing plaque from teeth and prevent damage to restorative work. Also, get an antibacterial mouthwash for them to ward off plaque bacteria around the dental operation. Help your child avoid hard food substances, as these can easily damage the implants, bridges, or crowns. For further queries or quick consultations, feel free to visit us at St. Helens Pediatric Dentistry or call our office number (503) 396-4750 to book an appointment.