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Fissure sealants

Sealants are resin coatings resembling white nail polish that are applied to deep, inaccessible pits and fissures in teeth so food can’t get lodged in them as easily.

If the pits or fissures in the teeth cannot be completely cleaned with a toothbrush, sealants may be recommended.

Fluoride application

Fluoride therapy is the delivery of fluoride to the teeth, topically or systemically, to protect them from dental caries(cavities). Strictly speaking, fluoride therapy repairs rather than prevents damage to the teeth, causing the mineralfluorapatite to be incorporated into damaged tooth enamel. Fluorapatite is not a natural component of human teeth, although it is found in the teeth of sharks.

In topical fluoride therapies, fluoride is applied directly to the surface of the teeth, most commonly by means of a fluoride toothpaste. Other topical fluoride therapies include fluoridated mouth rinses, lozenges, gels, foams, and varnishes

Space maintainer

Space maintainers are recommended when primary (baby) molar teeth are lost prematurely (e.g. because of large, unfixable cavities) or are congenitally missing. The goal of space maintainers is to prevent movement of the adjacent permanent “first molars” (also called “six-year molars”), and loss of space for (permanent) bicuspids and permanent canines

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Did you know that you should..

A very important first step of you baby’s oral health is starting to clean baby’s gums after each feeding with a soft, damp cloth.

It makes sense to take your child to the dentist, once the first teeth pop up.

Children who enjoy their first trip to their dentists would probably guarantee a promising attitude towards their dental care, health and habits.

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X-rays will help clearly see if your child’s teeth and jaw are healthy and aligned. It is not harmful. Its better to do it at an early age to determine and avoid future dental problems.

Dental sealants are coatings that fill the crevices or pits on the chewing surfaces of teeth to avoid tooth damage. They prevent food particles from being stuck in your child’s teeth. It makes sense for a child visits the dentist for his/her sealants as soon as his permanent teeth set in.

Primary or ‘baby’ teeth play a critical role in your child’s oral health and general development. Healthy and well-aligned teeth are essential for proper nutrition, speech and consequently, self esteem. Without good teeth formation, S/he may have difficulty in forming words or speaking clearly. Baby teeth hold space in the jaw for the permanent teeth. Teeth next to a missing tooth may encroach into the space left by the missing tooth thereby resulting to permanent teeth forming in the wrong positions.

Use a damp, clean washcloth or a soft toothbrush to clean your baby’s gums after feedings. As soon as the first teeth appear, start brushing them twice daily with fluoridated toothpaste and suitable toothbrush. For children less than two years of age, a ‘smear’ of toothpaste is advised, while for children between two to five years of age, a ‘pea-sized’ amount of toothpaste is recommended. Flossing regularly will help clean areas that cannot be reached by a toothbrush. Encourage your child to brush and floss as soon as he has the ability to do it on his own.

A child’s diet is a major factor concerning tooth decay. Teeth are at risk for decay as soon as the first tooth erupts. An early examination evaluates your child’s risk of developing an oral disease using a caries risk assessment.

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry suggests that a child visits the dentist before he becomes 1 year old. A child should be examined by the dentist as soon as his first tooth erupts, usually between six to twelve months.