Our Comprehensive Pediatric Dental Services
At Tots to Teens Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics, our goal is to be a one-stop shop for all of the dental services that a child could want or need. We offer a variety of preventive, restorative, and orthodontic services, as well as Dental sedation options that can be added to treatment plans whenever necessary. If you have any questions about what we offer, you are more than welcome to reach out to our front office team for answers!Contact Us
Preventive dental services are an essential part of pediatric dentistry, and dentistry in general. Preventive treatments are your child’s first line of defense against a wide range of dental problems. Our preventive services include:
In the event that your child experiences tooth decay, infection, or another dental issue, our team offers gentle and effective treatments that can restore their smile in no time. Our restorative services include:
- Tooth-Colored Fillings
- Dental Crowns
- Dental Extractions
- Baby Root Canals
Due to advancements in dentistry and orthodontics, braces and clear aligners are now more efficient, comfortable, and discreet than ever! If your child has been asking about braces, you can let them know that Tots to Teens Pediatric Dentistry and Orthodontics offers:
- Metal Braces
- Ceramic Braces
Dental sedation can work wonders for children who experience dental anxiety, and there are certain treatments where we recommend that patients receive dental sedation due to the length of the appointment and/or the invasiveness of the procedure. We always work with parents to determine which of our dental sedation options will be the safest and most effective option for their child. Our dental sedation options include:
- Laughing Gas is a sedation option that is commonly used for dental anxiety and minor procedures. Once the mask has been fitted over the patients’ nose, they will inhale a steady stream of colorless gas that will make them feel tingly, lightheaded, and calm. The effects of laughing gas wear off within minutes of breathing normal oxygen again.
- Oral Conscious Sedation requires the patient to take an oral medication that will put them into a groggy, dream-like state during their appointment. It’s not uncommon for patients to fall asleep during their treatments when they choose this option, but they will not be rendered unconscious during their appointment. We always take the patients’ medical history and overall health into consideration when prescribing medication.
- General Anesthesia is used for more advanced restorative treatments or for children with special needs who have difficulty sitting still during dental procedures. General anesthesia is a controlled state of unconsciousness that prevents discomfort and awareness during the appointment. These treatments are performed on an outpatient basis at a nearby hospital.