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Pediatric dental treatment for patients in, and around, Dallas Fort Worth, TX
PEDIATRIC DENTISTRY IN FORT WORTH, TX
Dentistry plays a huge role in your child’s appearance and well-being — even before adult teeth begin to form. As your trusted Fort Worth pediatric dental team, our dentists are specially trained to identify potential dental issues early and can advise parents and patients on the best time to start any necessary treatment. Contact us today to schedule your first visit to Kids Stop Dental.
When should my child see a pediatric dentist?
According to the AAPD, your child should visit a dentist no later than 6 months after their first tooth erupts from the gum. A check-up every 6 months is also recommended in order to prevent cavities and a variety of other dental issues.
OUR PEDIATRIC DENTAL SERVICES
Preventative & Restorative Care
At Kids Stop Dental, our goal is to prevent dental issues from arising before it is too late. We recommend scheduling a check-up appointment every 6 months to assure any and all issues with your child’s teeth are growing properly with no underlying problems.
Nitrous Oxide Treatment
Our practice chooses to employ a nitrous oxide when the patient requires sedation. This sedation is proven to be the safest on the market for pediatric dentistry. Our goal is to help children receive needed treatment easily with minimal discomfort throughout their experience.
Out-patient General Anesthesia
This general sedation option can be performed at a local hospital or surgery center and is offered for children with extensive treatment needs that are extremely uncooperative, special needs patients, or patients that are too young to be a candidate for sedation.
This in-office sedation option is a medication that helps to reduce high anxiety in children and strengthen cooperation. The child is not unconscious and breathes completely on their own. This option may also be used with children that are very young and do not understand how to be cooperative in a dental setting, children with special needs, and children who require extensive dental treatment.