Children’s Restorative Dentistry in Vista

Composite Restorations

Composite Restorations, also known as white fillings, are used to treat teeth affected by dental caries. There are many different types of fillings, but All Smiles Children’s Dentistry only offers composite restorations that match the color of the surrounding teeth. Composite restorations can effectively restore damage caused by tooth decay and injury and are safe, durable, and esthetic.

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Here at All Smiles Children’s Dentistry, our dentists perform pulpotomy procedures to remove damaged pulp from baby teeth. This dental therapy treats severe tooth decay so that children don’t have to experience the trauma of chronic pain or tooth loss. It’s essentially a root canal for children. If your young child has an untreated cavity that’s causing sensitivity and discomfort, a pulpotomy may be the best solution. 

Dental Crowns For Kids

Crowns are important dental restorations that the team at All Smiles uses to address a wide range of oral needs. A dental crown is like a “cap” that mimics the exact size and structure of your child’s tooth. It is placed over a tooth to restore shape, size, strength, and appearance. Many different materials can be used to make crowns, including metal, resin, and ceramic. Your child may need to visit All Smiles for a dental crown to restore damage, protect a weak and vulnerable tooth, or protect a tooth that just underwent a large filling or an endodontic procedure such as a pulpotomy or root canal.

Space Maintainers

Your child’s primary teeth are meant to perform many important responsibilities. Primary teeth help your child bite, chew, and speak correctly, and also help to guide permanent teeth into proper alignment as they erupt. If your child’s primary teeth suffer injury, disease, or misalignment, their permanent teeth may be at risk of erupting in the wrong places. The team at All Smiles Children’s Dentistry offers customized dental appliances called space maintainers to solve this issue. Space maintainers, whether removable or cemented into place, act to create proper spacing between baby teeth and help permanent teeth erupt correctly.
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