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Dental Fillings

Paediatric Fillings

Fillings for children to prevent further decay and ensure great, future oral health. 

FILLINGS FOR CHILDREN

Cavities in your child’s teeth can cause sleepless nights for the whole family and if not treated properly it could lead to extreme decay and tooth loss. Good dental care is imperative to ensure your little one has healthy teeth and gums, but sometimes cavities manage to creep in. These tiny holes are painful and with the help of our specially trained paediatric dentist we’ll ensure we clean the cavity and fill it up with composite resin to prevent further decay.

 

 

Seeing a dentist can also be a bit scary for children and our experienced dentist will make them feel comfortable and as safe as possible, while working quickly and effectively to complete a successful procedure. They will also check and discern whether there are other issues around your child’s oral health and provide the necessary guidance to ensure you keep their tiny teeth healthy, happy and shiny. 

BENEFITS OF
PAEDIATRIC FILLINGS

BENEFITS OF PAEDIATRIC FILLINGS

• The resin is the colour of the tooth making them less noticeable
• Get rid of tooth pain and future dental decay
• Get the help and treatment of a dentist who works with children
• Less drilling than normal is required
• Direct bonding to their teeth to make them stronger
• Can be used in in milk teeth

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Yes, as the untreated cavities not only cause endless pain, but it could also lead to infections and other dental problems.  

No, we’re making it as quickly and smoothly as possible, understanding that most children have a small attention span and become more difficult with each passing minute.

We’ll first make sure the tooth and surrounding tissue are numbed to ensure your child experience no pain during the procedure. Once numbed we’ll remove all the bacteria and present decay from the cavity and thoroughly disinfect it. Lastly we’ll apply the composite material (filling) into the sterilised dental cavity and allow it to harden.

No, once the anaesthesia wears off, they can play grow, and eat, like they normally do. 

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