PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY

pediatric dentistry

PEDIATRIC DENTIST IN DUBAI

HAPPY TEETH.
HAPPY CHILDREN.

We know how scary it can be going to the dentist, so we make our pediatric dentistry treatments a safe and welcome space for children. We know how children can be scared of going to the dentist, and try to avoid it. Our pediatric dentists offer specialised dental health care to children with oral issues caused by dental cavities, dental injuries, or other oral problems.

Baby milk teeth are very important. They help in the development of adult teeth. Taking your children to the dentist regularly will keep their mouths healthy, fight tooth decay, and prevent cavities, which will cause pain, and have trouble concentrating.

A healthy smile helps your child to chew food easily, speak clearly, and smile confidently. Take your child to the dentist once they have their first milk tooth or after completing one year. This way, our dentist will be able to detect any dental problems, and prevent complications.

In case of dental emergencies, such as a toothache, loose teeth, broken or chipped tooth, broken jaw, or any other dental injuries. Keep our clinic’s number available and easy to reach. Quick and urgent pediatric dentistry treatment helps in saving your child’s teeth.

PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY TREATMENTS

Queens Medical Center brings you the best pediatric dentists in Dubai. We provide several pediatric dental treatments, including:

pediatric dentistry

HOW ARE WE DIFFERENT?

It’s common that many children are afraid of going to the dentist. At Queens Medical Center, we don’t just provide your children with the necessary dental treatments. We also work closely with the child to win their trust, and make them feel as comfortable and safe as possible. Our pediatric dentists will win your children’s hearts and make them feel at home. Our behavioral approach is unique and we’ll help your child to forget their fear. We will create a safe environment for your child, make it educational and fun at the same time. If the child enjoys the visit, and gets well educated on teeth and their problems, they will be more committed to dental hygiene habits.

frequently asked questions

Take your child to the pediatric dentist every six months for regular checkups. However, your dentist may recommend more frequent visits based on your child’s oral health.

Your child’s teeth are at risk for having tooth decay as soon as the first tooth comes out. Cleaning your child’s teeth after eating is necessary to avoid build up of plaque, which eventually causes a cavity to form. In addition, the child’s diet is important. Sugar consumption should be limited because bacteria will feed off the sugar on the teeth, and produce acids which will attack the tooth enamel and create a hole. This causes cavities. Early visits to the dentist will help evaluate your child’s risk of developing cavities, and other oral disease.

Maintaining your baby’s oral hygiene should start before their first tooth comes out. Wipe your baby’s gums with a clean and soft washcloth after feeding, and before you put them to sleep. Wrap the cloth around your finger and gently rub it along the gums.

You can start using a toothbrush once the first milk tooth comes out. Use a soft bristled toothbrush and a toothpaste made especially for young children. Teething usually starts at about six months. You should also brush their tongue gently, to prevent building up of bacteria which causes infections. In addition, replace the toothbrush every two to three months.

Children tend to suck their thumbs to soothe the pain or discomfort from teething, when hungry or sleepy. However, this habit should be stopped before the permanent teeth come out. This is because it can affect the teeth’s natural alignment, causing them to become crowded or crooked. This can affect their chewing and biting. If the permanent teeth come out and the child is still sucking their thumb. The pediatric dentist may recommend a mouth appliance to help stop this habit.

You can start using a toothbrush once the first milk tooth comes out. Use a soft bristled toothbrush and a toothpaste made especially for young children. Teething usually starts at about six months. You should also brush their tongue gently, to prevent building up of bacteria which causes infections. In addition, replace the toothbrush every two to three months.

Fillings in your child’s baby teeth is as important as fillings in their permanent teeth. Baby teeth are essential for many reasons. They help children speak, and chew normally, help permanent teeth to erupt naturally. Caring for your child’s baby teeth is essential. Untreated cavities can cause pain, discomfort, and infections that may spread to permanent teeth.
You can start using a toothbrush once the first milk tooth comes out. Use a soft bristled toothbrush and a toothpaste made especially for young children. Teething usually starts at about six months. You should also brush their tongue gently, to prevent building up of bacteria which causes infections. In addition, replace the toothbrush every two to three months.

Dental sealants are thin plastic coatings applied to the surface of the teeth to avoid dental cavities. They fill in the grooved surfaces of the teeth that are hard to clean, and prevent food particles from getting stuck. The liquid sealant hardens and forms a protective layer over the enamel of each tooth. Your child should visit the dentist for sealant application as soon as their molars and premolars erupt. It will protect their teeth for five years or more.

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