The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends a minimum of 2 visits to the dentist in a year.
- Oral examination
- Fluoride treatment
- X-rays as needed
A thin protective layer of coating which is applied on the permanent molars. Baby molars can get sealants as needed. The purpose of applying sealants is to prevent tooth decay.
Nitrous Oxide or laughing gas has a great indication in pediatric dentistry when the patient needs a filling or extraction. It calms the patient, increases pain threshold and controls gag reflex.