Restorative care is the assessment, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of damaged teeth. Here at North Royalton Pediatric Dentistry, we understand that even with vigilant dental care, many children and adolescents still develop gum problems or cavities. We have developed a method of dental care that focuses on prevention. Our philosophy is that when children are taught proper oral hygiene in their youth, they are more likely to practice good habits as they become adolescents and adults.
Many patients wonder why it is important to care for primary or "baby" teeth, since they are just going to fall out anyway, to be replaced by secondary or "adult" teeth. Caring for teeth in childhood has many benefits. Besides developing healthy hygiene habits, children will benefit by developing stronger gums and ligaments, and creating strong and healthy pathways for the adult teeth to follow when they are ready to come in.
Our philosophy is that when children are taught proper oral hygiene in their youth, they are more likely to practice good habits as they become adolescents and adults.View Our Services
When cavities occur, we make it our top priority to treat our young patients with care, gentleness and patience. We pride ourselves in our ability to put our patients at ease as they receive the best treatment we can give.
We offer several restorative procedures to meet your child's dental needs. Some of the restorative care procedures we perform include the following:
Whatever your child's needs are, the staff members at North Royalton Pediatric Dentistry are here to provide the expert care necessary to restore your child's smile, helping it to be as bright and strong as possible. We offer many options of care to meet your needs, from emergency care to infant care and regular preventive care. We happily care for patients with special needs, and pride ourselves in our ability to create an environment where all of our patients can feel comfortable and confident. For the more nervous patients, we offer sedation dentistry, including nitrous oxide (or "laughing gas"), as well as general anesthesia, so that any unnecessary discomfort can be avoided.
Give us a call during regular office hours, or request an appointment online. We will have your child's smile restored to its natural beauty in no time!