Pediatric Restorative Dentistry Services

What is Pediatric Restorative Dentistry?

Pediatric restorative dentistry encompasses a range of treatments and procedures that focus on improving the functionality and appearance of children's smiles. Our practice offers a variety of high-quality restorative options specifically designed for children. Through a comprehensive examination performed by our experienced pediatric dentists, we create personalized treatment plans tailored to your child's unique needs.

Why is Pediatric Restorative Dentistry necessary?

Children may require restorative dentistry when their teeth are compromised in some way. This can include issues such as tooth decay, broken teeth, lost fillings, or cosmetic concerns like teeth whitening, bonding, or veneers. Our primary goal is to provide a wide array of restorative options that improve both the health and aesthetics of your child's smile. Each treatment plan is customized to address the specific needs of your child, ensuring they receive the necessary care.

Who is a candidate for Pediatric Restorative Dentistry?

Before undergoing any restorative procedure, a consultation will be scheduled at our office. The consultation includes a thorough examination and may involve various X-rays to evaluate your child's dental condition. Our team will educate you about each procedure and guide you through the treatment process, ensuring you are well-informed and comfortable with the recommended options.

What can you expect with Pediatric Restorative Dentistry?

Given the diverse range of restorative options available, it is essential to consult with our pediatric dentists to determine the most suitable treatment for your child. Each procedure is tailored to address specific problems and enhance the appearance of your child's teeth. Common restorative procedures for children include:

  • White fillings and crowns
  • Pediatric root canals (pulpotomy and pulpectomy)

If your child requires restorative dentistry and you would like to learn more about the available treatment options, please contact our office today. Our friendly staff is dedicated to helping you navigate through the process and ensure your child's smile receives the best possible care.

Pediatric Restorative Dentistry Services

Baby Tooth Root Canals

Baby Tooth Root Canals, also known as pulpotomy or pulpectomy, are procedures that involve removing the infected or damaged pulp from a primary tooth. Each primary tooth has a pulp, commonly referred to as the nerve, which can become infected due to decay or trauma.

Cosmetic Pediatric Dentistry

Cosmetic Pediatric Dentistry is a specialized field of dentistry that aims to enhance the visual appeal of children's teeth and smiles.

Dental Fillings

A dental filling is a restoration that is specifically used to fill in an area of one or more teeth that have become decayed. Dental decay, known as a cavity, can infiltrate a tooth and cause it to become weak.


Endodontics, which encompasses procedures such as pulpotomy and pulpectomy, is the specialized field of dentistry that focuses on the dental pulp. The dental pulp, located within each of your natural teeth, contains vital blood supply and nerves that contribute to the tooth's health and vitality.

Hall Crown Technique

Hall Crown Technique is a dental procedure that involves the use of a special type of dental crown. The Hall Crown is a crown that is made of a unique material that is more durable than traditional dental crowns.

Laser Dentistry

We are proud to announce that we have added the Solea dental laser to our practice. This technology virtually eliminates or minimizes the need for local anesthetic injections as well as using a drill for dental fillings (in most cases).

White Crowns and Fillings

White Crowns and Fillings are common dental procedures that are used to restore decayed or damaged teeth. These procedures involve the replacement of damaged tooth structure with artificial materials such as porcelain or composite resin.