When a tooth becomes infected, this could lead to serious trouble, from painful symptoms to the premature loss of a tooth. To offer relief from pain and to prevent further complications, our team can offer a root canal alternative. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist talks about the pulpotomy procedure.
Category: Restorative Dentistry
Sometimes, a filling isn’t enough to address your child’s oral health issues. Instead, restoring the health, beauty, and function of their smiles will rely on the placement of one or more dental crowns. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist talks about using our custom crowns to improve little smiles.
Kids have a high risk of developing tooth decay, and lack of treatment could mean painful infections, and in some cases, premature tooth loss and an increased risk of dental misalignment! Which is why we want to treat decay quickly with a dental filling. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist talks about… Read more »
When you bring your child in for an exam and we find a severe case of tooth decay or infection, or complications with the eruption of permanent teeth and the loss of baby ones, we may need to remove a tooth. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist explains how we perform this… Read more »
In our last blog, we discussed the use of fillings to treat tooth decay and preserve a tooth. But what if your child has an issue too severe for a filling? In these situations, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist could help with a dental crown, which caps the tooth and can address an array… Read more »
When children have a cavity, even in a tooth destined to fall out on its own, treatment is still necessary to avoid painful complications. To treat cavities, we have lifelike and metal-free composite resin dental fillings. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist talks about how we treat cavities in little smiles!
When your little one has a cavity, we may offer treatment with a filling. But should the decay remain untreated and an infection develop, we may need an endodontic treatment. Your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist offers a conservative approach to root canal therapy with a pulpotomy procedure.
When a child has a cavity, lack of treatment could mean increasing discomfort and the onset of an infection. To treat the problem, we could offer a lifelike dental filling. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, dentist talks about how we treat an aching tooth in a little smile.
There are several reasons why your kids should make regular trips to see their dentist. Many of the benefits to consistent treatment are the same for kids as adults. One important reason to bring them in is to help them stay safe from dental decay. At an early age, cavities can be especially concerning, because… Read more »
When a child has a tooth that is impacted, or complicates the alignment and health of surrounding teeth, then the tooth may need to be removed. In today’s blog, your Round Rock, TX, pediatric dentist wants to talk about how we extract teeth, and the steps we take to ensure the procedure is a comfortable… Read more »