Child Specialist Dentist


Child Specialist Dentist

Our first set of teeth, known as ‘milk teeth’ erupt when we are as young as 6 months. These eventually fall off and are replaced by a permanent set of teeth at around 6-7 years of age. 

Most parents tend to ignore their child’s oral health and hygiene when they have milk teeth since they are only temporary. However, these milk teeth are crucial to the development and health of our permanent set of teeth, and therefore, your child must be taken to visit the dentist regularly.

Dental Care Tips for Children

• The best way to ensure your child’s dental hygiene is regular brushing. Since most children do not enjoy this important activity, you can make it more enjoyable for them by choosing a toothbrush and toothpaste that they like and keeps them entertained.

• When choosing a toothpaste for your child, ensure that its fluoride volume is child-friendly, and the flavour and colour appeal to them.

• Take some time to teach your child the right technique of brushing every day. Also, it is advisable to instil the habit of brushing twice daily early on. 

• Keep a close eye on habits such as thumb sucking, mouth breathing, tongue thrusting, lip biting, grinding of teeth and nail-biting. Seek the help of a specialist who may prescribe habit-breaking appliances because if unchecked, these can lead to poor oral hygiene.

Seeking the Expertise of a Paediatric Dentist 

Paediatric Dentists are trained experts when it comes to dealing with the complexities of dental oral and hygiene for kids and teens. To take proper care of your child’s teeth in the early stages of their life, it is advisable to seek the advice of Paediatric Dentists through regular visits and consultations. 

They will be able to offer to advise and treatment for the following issues:

• Oral caries assessment for children

• Correction of misaligned teeth

• Treatment for cavities and other injuries

• Fluoride Treatment to protect children’s teeth

• Habit Counselling to inculcate healthy habits

Root Canal Treatment for Milk Teeth

Even milk teeth are prone to decay that may advance into the roots necessitating a root canal treatment. As parents, it is important to ensure that you seek the right advice from dental specialists if you suspect that your child may need a root canal treatment. 

Root Canal Treatment is a simple procedure that removes the infection from the living tissue found inside the roots of teeth. 

Fluoride Application

Lack of proper brushing often leads to tooth decay. To avoid this problem, your dentist may recommend Fluoride Application treatment for your child at regular intervals. The dentist will incorporate fluoride ions into the tooth structure to facilitate acid dissolution.

Fluoride helps prevent plaque an bacteria that can cause enamel loss and cavities, and also strengthens the tooth structure. 

Space maintainer 

Space maintainer and regainers are an integral part of pediatric dentistry. Primary teeth maintain space for the erupting permanent teeth. In cases where there is loss of primary teeth, space maintainers are given to maintain space for the permanent teeth to facilitate their eruption in the right position.

Laser in Pediatric Dentistry

Lasers have an upper edge than regular DENTISTRY in children as they have multiple advantages which include Being bloodless, require non-suture, less painful, faster healing etc. Due to the above, they form their use hot favourite in children

Floss Dental is rated as Best Child Specialist Dentist in Noida, Noida Extension and Greater Noida Regions of Delhi NCR. The clinic has a team of 6 dentists and provides special care and attention to children treatment. At Floss Dental, we understand that children need special care and require a lot of patience from the dentist side, we take complete care of oral hygiene and provide personal attention to each kid.