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Children’s Dentistry

Are you aware of your child’s oral health?

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Children’s Dentistry Canley Heights

Baby teeth begin to come out during the first 6 months of life.

By age 6 or 7 years, they start to lose their first set of teeth, which eventually are replaced by secondary, permanent teeth.

Without proper dental care, children face possible oral decay and disease that can cause a lifetime of pain and complications.

Consult your Children’s Dentist Canley Heights today!

Purpose of Children’s Dentistry

  • Diagnose oral diseases
  • Promote oral health
  • Design treatment plans to maintain or restore the child’s oral health
  • Interpret X-rays and tests
  • Ensure the safe administration of anaesthetics
  • Keep track of the growth and development of the child’s teeth and jaws
  • Perform surgical treatments on the teeth, bone and soft tissues of the mouth
  • Repair or fill teeth affected with decay
  • Address dental injuries, including fractured, displaced and knocked out teeth

Our Children’s Dentistry Services in Canley Heights

Z Dental Exams

Regularly visiting the dentist is important to keep children’s teeth free from decay. It helps determine if children require dental treatment later in life.

Z Dental Cleans

A dental clean removes plaque build-up from hard-to-reach spots in your child’s mouth and to detect and treat tooth decay before it becomes a problem.

Kids should visit the dentist for teeth cleaning at least twice a year to keep food deposits and plaque build-up at bay. Children with a higher risk of decay can also benefit from fluoride treatments, and sealants are recommended for most children to protect their teeth from harmful bacteria and plaque.

Z Fluoride Treatments

Once your child has a tooth, your Canley Heights dentist may recommend that your child receive fluoride treatments to help prevent cavities. This can be done 2 to 4 times per year. The number of treatments will depend on how likely your child may get a cavity.

Z Mouthguards

Mouthguards help protect your child from suffering from a dental emergency. They should be worn every time your child is participating in sports and recreational activities.

The best mouthguard is one that has been custom-made for your mouth by your Children’s dentist. If your child wears braces or other fixed dental appliance on the lower jaw, your Canley Heights dentist may suggest a mouth protector for these teeth as well.

Z Fissure Sealants

Fissure sealants are a preventive measure, which may benefit your child. As children’s permanent molars start to erupt between the ages of six and twelve, fissure sealants are applied to the surfaces to prevent tooth decay from happening in the grooves found in these back teeth.

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Children’s Dentistry in Canley Heights

At Canley Heights Dental Care, we will always put your child first, making sure they are anxiety-free while receiving the highest quality dental care available.

Our dental team works hard to make sure your child can relax and have fun during their visit with us.

Child Dental Benefits Schedule in Canley Heights

Bulk Bill for eligible children

Up to $1,095 worth of dental treatments for two years

To find out more about kid’s dentistry services in Canley Heights, please call us on (02) 9199 9678 or book your appointment online.

We are located at 1/229 Canley Vale Road in Canley Heights.

Frequently Asked Questions

When should children visit the dentist for a check-up?
To prevent dental problems from occurring, your child should see a dentist as soon as his/her first tooth erupts, or no later than his/her first birthday.
Are baby teeth that important to my child?
Baby teeth are essential for many reasons. They don’t only help children speak clearly and chew easily during the first years of their lives; they also help in guiding their permanent teeth when they are ready to erupt.
How often does my child need to see the paediatric dentist?
To prevent tooth decay and other dental problems, your child should see their dentist once every six months. However, your paediatric dentist can tell you when and how frequently your child should visit depending on their personal oral health.

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