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Pediatric Dentistry
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Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry

Kinaan medical center always strives to offer the best solutions to all patients of different ages. While Milk teeth need special care in early childhood for healthy growth, dentists advise parents to take care of their children’s teeth as soon as they start to erupt. Hence, it can affect the dental hygiene of the oral gum and permanent teeth.As a parent, we know you would rather prevent a dental problem for your children than treat one. We offer several types of treatment designed to keep your children’s teeth and gums healthy and disease-free.


Inhibits the demineralization of healthy enamel and enhances the re-mineralization of demineralized enamel. Topical treatments are particularly effective in reducing caries in children at caries risk.·

Dental sealants

Toothbrushes can’t reach all the way into the depressions and grooves of the teeth’s biting surfaces to remove all food and plaque. Sealants create a barrier for those surfaces to help keep them cavity-free.·

  • Counseling on proper nutrition and dietary habits.·
  • Proper brushing and flossing instruction.·
  • Sport Mouth guard to protect their teeth during playing.

Tooth Decay Treatment:

Tooth decay results from the accumulation of microbes caused by food particles, stuck in between the teeth. It is essential for children to learn the proper way to brush their teeth in a regular basis. Accordingly, using toothpaste is safe for children after 2 1/2 or 3 years of age. During the stage of replacement of baby teeth, care has to be taken. 

I consideration to prevent tooth decay which could lead to the growth of uneven shape of their teeth. To solve this issue, braces are often necessary.

You have to notice your child’s teeth color and odor, making sure to keep the amount of juices and sweets intake to a minimum. Any abnormal change requires the immediate attention of a dentist such as milk teeth decay- which could happen between the ages of 4 to 8 years. Consequently, it severely affects the health of the permanent teeth. Thus, tooth decay is treated by the following:

  • Consultation of a dental hygienist
  • Following the correct antibiotics and medications
  • Regularly cleaning the teeth till tooth decay subside
  • Following a healthy balanced diet and eating calcium rich foods

In addition, dentists advise parents to treat the baby teeth of their children through teeth filling in order not to leave a bad and unhygienic impact on their permanent teeth in later stages.


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