Restoring baby teeth and newly erupted adult teeth often requires special considerations by pediatric dentists. After clinical and radiographic examination, Dr. Condit and Dr. Vollmar will discuss their recommendations in accordance with guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD). They will take into account the developmental status of your child’s teeth (how close the teeth are to falling out), a caries risk assessment, your child’s oral hygiene, and your child’s ability to cooperate for treatment. Your child’s restorative dental treatment plan may include silver diamine fluoride (SDF), sealants, composite fillings, crowns or nerve treatments and will be in addition to an individual preventive treatment plan.
Restorative dentistry may be right for your child if they have any of these dental issues:
- Tooth decay
- Cracked or broken teeth
- Tooth pain
Our restorative options include:
Contact Grand River Pediatric Dentistry for more information.