Category: Restorative Dentistry

Are Tooth Extractions Necessary?

In our recent blogs, we have discussed the many restorations available that can help repair a tooth. However, if one is damaged beyond repair, the best option to save your smile may be to remove it. Our team at Pediatric Dentistry of Round Rock, TX, will do their best to ensure that your child’s comfort… Read more »

When Your Child Has A Severe Cavity

There are many restorative treatments available to reverse harm to a tooth. Broken or worn-down teeth can be covered with a crown. If your little one develops tooth decay, a filling can treat the area and prevent the carie from worsening. However, if the cavity is severe or becomes infected, another treatment may be necessary…. Read more »

Crowns Protect Your Little One’s Teeth

Did you know that dental crowns are not only used for adults? This restorative practice uses tooth-shaped caps to protect your pearly white after injury or infection. At Pediatric Dentistry of Round Rock, TX, we can offer this for your child to protect their primary teeth. Before your little one has this restoration done, learn… Read more »

Regaining Control After A Cavity

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For little ones, there is a sense of pride in their preventive efforts. When they come out of a checkup without a cavity, that is something that they can tell the whole world! This also means that when they do receive a diagnosis of tooth decay, it might feel like a personal failing. For this… Read more »

Cavities In Children

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Tooth decay is an issue that affects people of all ages and routine home dental care is vital in avoiding cavities. As the parent of a child, you understand the difficulties that can come when you try to maintain a strict oral health regimen. We try to avoid or limit the amount of tooth decay… Read more »

Taking Time To Treat An Infected Tooth

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When your child has a toothache due to a cavity, we can bring relief with a filling. But if the decay is deep or the tooth has become infected, then we could offer a more substantial treatment to bring relief. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist talks about the pulpotomy procedure.