Pediatric Dentistry

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We Offers a wide range of Pediatric Dental Services

Serene offers a range of pediatric dentistry services, including education, prevention, and treatment. While we have the resources to treat even the most difficult pediatric dental complications, we would much rather prevent them from occurring. Our services are focused on educating children and families to develop healthy habits and prevent tooth decay, but when needed, we have the ability to repair and restore your child’s smile. We generally see patients every six months for routine check-ups and cleanings, unless your pediatric dentist recommends an alternative treatment plan.

The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends patients see their dentist by the age of 1, or shortly after their first tooth erupts. However, it’s never too early or too late to schedule a visit. Contact us today to put your child on a path toward a lifetime of excellent oral health.

Many of our service offerings have been established to ensure the highest quality of care and safety for your child.

About Our Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry Services

  • digital x-rays use 80-90% less radiation than traditional x-rays, which means greater safety for your child. In addition, our digital imaging capabilities are captured quickly and ensure a higher quality image to facilitate proper diagnoses.
  • Our white, metal-free fillings are mercury-free and provide a better structural and aesthetic result.
  • Our dental sealants can preserve your child’s teeth by protecting against cavities and acting as a barrier from food and bacteria.
  • Tooth extractions are only performed when removing a tooth is the best option for restoring the health of a patient’s mouth.
  • During operative appointments, nitrous oxide is often administered so that patients may remain conscious and responsive throughout their procedure while eliminating nervousness and worry during the visit. It is one of the safest sedatives in dentistry, is completely non-addictive, and is quickly eliminated from the body through normal breathing.

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Certified and Qualified Pediatric Dentists

All dentists working at Serena, have years of training for working with children of all ages. They take their time to make children feel comfortable before any procedure and are careful to respond to individual needs, using appropriate techniques. All dentists working at THE DENTAL LAND clinic have a specialty degree in pediatric dentistry (Master/PhD) and are qualified to perform advanced treatment in this specialty. Moreover, they have training and experience in working with special needs children.

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Other General Dentistry Services



it's a branch in the general dentistry that specializes in replacement of missing teeth and the surrounding soft and hard tissues.
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removable replacement teeth that are formed to replace missing teeth that have been lost due to tooth decay, tooth extraction

Teeth Cleaning

Teeth cleaning and dental hygiene is about keeping your teeth, mouth, and gums clean and healthy to avoid diseases.
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Root Canal

root canal can help you keep the structure of your tooth with no need to extract it, helping you to keep your natural teeth.
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Tooth Extraction

tooth extraction may be needed. Those reasons include: excessive tooth decay, tooth infection and teeth crowding.

Gum Treatment

gum disease is an infection of the gums surrounding your teeth. It is one of the major causes of tooth loss in adults

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Frequently Asked Questions

Pediatric dentists are specialists in treating the unique needs of children. A pediatric dentist has completed an additional two to three years of specialty training beyond dental school. He/she specifically treats the oral health needs of infants and children through adolescence, including those with special health needs. Pediatric dentists are skilled at using smaller equipment designed for a child’s mouth and better understand the intricacies and importance of baby teeth in a growing child. They also focus more attention on educating patients and parents about preventive care to help children avoid complications such as decay, infection, speech problems, and cosmetic issues. Furthermore, Children’s Dental Health completes a detailed risk assessment on each patient so it can provide additional support and services to the children who need it the most.

Serena recommends that children start seeing a dentist every six months, by their first birthday or once their first tooth emerges.

Primary, or “baby,” teeth are important for many reasons. Not only do they help children speak clearly and chew naturally, they also aid in forming a path that permanent teeth can follow when they are ready to erupt. It is important to remember that oral health affects more than the health of your teeth. Cavities in baby teeth cause pain and swelling that can be tremendously uncomfortable for your child. Oral infections can enter the blood stream and lead to other serious health problems. Bacteria can quickly ‘jump’ from one part of the mouth to another, thus resulting in infections and cavities in new erupting adult teeth.
It’s best to have your child avoid eating anything heavy within 30 minutes before your child’s appointment. Children shouldn’t eat for 30 minutes after fluoride treatments. Following a visit involving the use of Novocain, children should not eat anything crunchy or chewy until the numbness wears off (usually about 2 hours); however, they can eat soft, mushy foods after their visit.
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