Pediatric Dentistry or Pediatric Dentist (Dentist for children and young people) studies and promotes children's oral health - babies, children and adolescents - adapting the treatment to each age group, in addition to correctly guiding women who are pregnant during the entire period of pregnancy.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
Pediatric Dentistry or Pediatric Dentist (Dentist for children and young people) studies and promotes children's oral health - babies, children and adolescents - adapting the treatment to each age group, in addition to correctly guiding women who are pregnant during the entire period of pregnancy.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
Pediatric Dentistry or Pediatric Dentist (Dentist for children and young people) studies and promotes children's oral health - babies, children and adolescents - adapting the treatment to each age group, in addition to correctly guiding women who are pregnant during the entire period of pregnancy.
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY
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Children's Dental Hygiene

Pediatric Dentistry is the area of ​​Dentistry that is dedicated to children’s dental hygiene. The smile of children, teenagers, pregnant women and patients with special needs has a dedicated area at IPRO Clinic.

The first visit to the dentist, even during childhood, allows to prevent the development of oral health problems, even before the first baby teeth.

The children's first visit to the pediatric dentist should take place around six months or at the beginning of the eruption of the first teeth.

Regularity

If good oral health is observed, the child should return every 6 months. If the opposite is observed, the child must return every three months.

Deciduous Teeth (Milk Teeth)

These teeth usually appear between 6 and 8 months of life. Between two and a half years and three, a total of 20 teeth are completed. If the child does not have any baby teeth after one year of life, you should contact your dentist. Do not judge that because they are baby teeth they do not deserve extra care, as it is important not to forget that some of these teeth remained in the child’s mouth until 11/12 years old.

Preventive Orthodontics

Dental malposition and malocclusion are problems that affect many children, determining the need for the use of dental devices. In this sense, regular monitoring is essential to act early and prevent or treat the problem from the beginning.

Treatment of Dental Cavities

The intake of sugars and poor brushing are frequent in youngsters. These actions can result in the appearance of tooth decay. If left untreated, cavities can condition the early loss of baby teeth, often with consequences for the positioning and alignment of the definitive dentition. In addition to the treatment, during the consultation, the child and the parents are advised on healthy eating habits and oral hygiene.

Controlling the Dentist's Fear

With our dentists, there is no reason for fears, either from parents or children. At IPRO Clinic, we follow the latest techniques to deal with the fear of the dentist and the anxiety of the first moments. With the help of our dental assistants, the consultation becomes an unforgettable moment of fun and comfort!

Help your child with the Oral Health!

Brush twice a day, one of which must be after the last meal

Flossing (its use is recommended for children aged 4/5 years, with the help of a parent)

Fluoride application

Fissure sealants (this product is a varnish that is placed in the cracks of a tooth so that it is protected against cavities

A healthy diet rich in fiber and vitamins

AT IPRO CLINIC

we are dedicated to the oral health of the youngest, children and adolescents, as well as special patients (people with disabilities)

First Appointment

It should occur around 6 months, when the first milk teeth (temporary teeth) usually erupt. The first consultation outlines the oral health program for the child.

Regularity

If good oral health is observed, the child should return every 6 months. If the opposite is observed, the child should return every three months.

Milk Teeth

These teeth usually appear between 6 and 8 months of life. Between the two and a half years and the three, a total of 20 teeth is completed. If your child does not show any milk teeth after one year of life, you should contact your dentist.
Do not judge that because they are milk teeth do not deserve a double care, therefore it is important to not forget that some of these teeth remained in the mouth of the child until 11/12 years.

PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY, WHY?

The consultations for this area are extremely important for the children as for the parents, because it is in these same consultations that are designed curative treatments but, fundamentally, preventive for reaching adulthood with a correct oral hygiene for a healthy mouth.

PREVENTION MEASURES

Brushing twice a day, one of these being obligatorily after the last meal

Flossing (use is recommended for children 4-5 years old with the help of a parent)

Application of fluoride

Fissure sealants (this product is a varnish that is put in the fissures of a tooth to be protected against cavities

A healthy diet rich in fiber and vitamins

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