SERVICES

Our range of services include the following but are not limited to the below. Dental exam for new borns for tongue tie, neonantal teeth. Laughing Gas options for fillings cavities and extractions. Sedation Dentistry and hospital dentistry. Habit appliances, Mouth guards, Sealants, Braces, Spacers.

BRACES

Let Us Create A Smile That’s Perfect For Your Child   What does the perfect smile look like? There’s no single answer. The perfect smile for you may look very different than the perfect smile for your friend, or even your sibling. Your smile should complement the...

LASER TONGUE TIE RELEASE

  Tongue Tie is a congenital condition characterized by an abnormally short lingual frenum ( a small tissue ), which may restrict tongue mobility causing speech and feeding issues. With our advanced iLase pen laser tongue tie release and frenum release are a breeze...

SEDATION AND SLEEP DENTISTRY

SEDATION AND SLEEP DENTISTRY We believe parents and guardians can contribute to the success of procedures and invite you to participate. Please read the following information to learn about this medication, its possible use for your child’s dental procedure, and how...

MOUTH GUARD

MOUTH GUARD The mouth and face of a child or young adult can be easily injured if the proper precautions are not used while participating in sports or recreational activities. In fact, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than half of...

FAQS

Frequently Asked Questions Frequently Asked Questions General Questions What should I use to clean my baby’s teeth? When should I take my child to the dentist for the first check-up? What is the difference between a pediatric dentist and a family dentist? How do I...

EMERGENCY

Emergency Care When your child needs urgent dental treatment, we are ready to help. Please keep this emergency number available and convenient. (609 200 5437) When your child needs urgent dental treatment, your pediatric dentist stands ready to help. Please keep the...

PEDIATRIC DENTIST

The Pediatric Dentist Pediatric dentistry is the specialty of dentistry that focuses on the oral health of young people. After completing a four-year dental school curriculum, two to three additional years of rigorous training are required to become a pediatric...

HABITS

Thumb, Finger, and Pacifier Habits Why Do Children Suck On Fingers, Pacifiers Or Other Objects? This type of sucking is completely normal for babies and young children. It provides security. For young babies, it is a way to make contact with and learn about the world....

SEALANTS

Sealants   What Are Sealants?Sealants protect the grooved and pitted surfaces of the teeth, especially the chewing surfaces of back teeth where most cavities in children are found. Made of clear or shaded plastic, sealants are applied to the teeth to help keep them...

SPACE MAINTAINERS

Space Maintenance   What Are Space Maintainers?Space maintainers are appliances made of metal or plastic that are custom fit to your child’s mouth. They are small and unobtrusive in appearance. Most children easily adjust to them after the first few days. Why Do...

REGULAR DENTAL VISITS

Regular Dental Visits How Often Should A Child See The Dentist? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends a dental check-up at least twice a year for most children. Some children need more frequent dental visits because of increased risk of tooth decay,...

NITROUS OXIDE

Nitrous Oxide What Is Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen? Most children are calm, comfortable and confident in a pediatric dental office. The office is designed for young people, and pediatric dentists have additional training in caring for infants, children and adolescents. Staff...

PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY

Preventive Dentistry brushing dental development flossing fluoride oral habits orthodontics parent involvement proper diet sealants sports safety Your pediatric dentist practices preventive dentistry Why is Preventive Dentistry Important? Preventive dentistry means a...

GENERAL ANESTHESIA

General Anesthesia What Is General Anesthesia? General anesthesia is a controlled state of unconsciousness that eliminates awareness, movement and discomfort during dental treatment. A physician or dentist with specialized training can use various medications to...

DIET AND SNACKING

Diet and Snacking What Is A Healthy Diet For My Child? A healthy diet is a balanced diet that naturally supplies all the nutrients your child needs to grow. A balanced diet is one that includes the following major food groups: Fruits Vegetables Grains Meat & Beans...

FLUORIDE

Fluoride What Is Fluoride? Fluoride is a compound that contains fluorine, a natural element. Using small amounts of fluoride on a routine basis can help prevent tooth decay. In areas where fluoride does not occur naturally, it may be added to community water supplies....

SEDATION

Sedation What Is Sedation? Sedation is a technique to guide a child’s behavior during dental treatment. Medications are used to help increase cooperation and to reduce anxiety or discomfort associated with dental procedures. Sedative...

DENTAL X-RAYS FOR KIDS

X – Ray Use How often should a child have dental X-ray films? Since every child is unique, the need for dental X-ray films varies from child to child. Films are taken only after reviewing your child’s medical and dental histories and performing a clinical examination,...

DENTAL CARE FOR BABIES

When Should My Child First See A Dentist? “First visit by first birthday” sums it up. Your child should visit a pediatric dentist when the first tooth comes in, usually between 6 and 12 months of age. This visit will establish a dental home for your child. Early...

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