Cleanings

Regular cleanings are an important part of maintaining good hygiene. You should schedule a cleaning for your child every six months to prevent and detect problems before
they become more serious.

The cleaning process:

We start by using our tooth counter, a dental explorer in order to examine your child’s teeth. We may also use our tooth camera (X-ray machine) to get a better look. We want to make sure the sugar bugs (cavities) are nowhere to be found.

During a cleaning, we will use an electric toothbrush, a motorized prophy brush, to clean and polish all the surfaces of your child’s teeth. As we clean, Mr. Thirsty, our suction straw will suck up the excess liquid in your child’s mouth.

Afterward, we may apply bubbles or jelly, a fluoride treatment that will help strengthen your child’s teeth and keep them healthy.

Remember, through regular cleanings, we can keep the sugar bugs away and keep your child’s smile healthy for years to come.

Cleaning

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We keep your child’s teeth sparkling clean with the help of our electric tooth brush (a motorized prophy brush). We then apply bubbles (fluoride) to keep his or her teeth strong.

Filling Cavities

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We use fun tools like Mr. Bumpy (our slow speed drill) to remove decay. Your child will then receive a silver star (filling), and the tooth will be good as new.

Sealants

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Sealants are thin, protective coatings used to prevent tooth decay. They fill in the tiny grooves of the tooth surface so that brushing becomes more effective.

X-Rays

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We use a tooth camera (X-ray machine) to take pictures of your child’s teeth. This gives us a better look at his or her smile. Our Digital X-rays are state of the art, limiting radiation exposure.