We preserve the heal the smile of youngsters from the very first tooth
Modern-day parents know all too well that baby teeth must be treated!
Up on the first signs of cavities in a child's baby teeth, we recommend not postponing a visit to a dentist.
STAGES OF TREATMENT
A visit to a dentist is a huge leap for a child. In a game format a doctor does a check-up of a child’s oral cavity, makes a safe X-ray and determines the degree to which the cavity has damaged the tooth.
It is difficult for children to sit in a dentist’s chain for long. So, the actions of the doctor are concisely developed and take a minimum amount of time. While the doctor is working, the child can watch his or her favorite cartoon on a wide screen TV.
When The Treatment Is over,the child will definitely receive a pleasant surprise for its show of bravery, as well as a fascinating card of the adventures of “Cosmo tooth”
Children’s doctors by their calling. They love their work and conduct cautious and caring treatment.
We conduct treatment of cavities in children in compliance with modern international standards using the most state-of-the-art materials. Photo-polymer fillings restore baby teeth and preserve their functions until replacement with permanent teeth.
A game zone, cartoons, a mini-library and even a children’s menu in the clinic’s café – we tried our best to create conditions for your child’s comfortable and pleasant stay at the dentist’s office.
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MYTHS AND QUESTIONS ANSWERS
1. Why does my child need fillings if it’s baby teeth and they will soon fall out?
The filling restores the shape and function of the tooth that was lost due to a carious lesion of the tooth.
2. If you put a filling, there will be no more caries?
Treatment of caries and staging of fillings does not exclude control examinations by a dentist, professional and personal hygiene. The filling may be on the chewing surface of the tooth, and new carious lesions may appear on other surfaces.
3. Can we be treated without anesthesia?
Anesthesia is necessary so that the child does not experience pain and further fear of dental treatment. For small dental procedures, treatment can take place without anesthesia.
4. What material are fillings for children made from?
Composite light-cured material, as well as glass ionomer and composite cements