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Services

We strive to provide the highest quality of dental care to each one of our Super Kids Dental patients. Below is a list of some of the services we provide to keep your child’s teeth healthy and looking great! We focus on preventative treatment as the best way to defeat problems like cavities and infections. All of our patients receive training on proper brushing and flossing techniques. We also specialize in educating patients and their parents about how the food we eat affects our teeth.

 

Sedation

We offer a variety of sedation services to meet the individual needs of our patients. Depending on your child’s age and the procedures needed, we may recommend different techniques. If we feel that a patient is unable to have services without some type of assistance, we will discuss options with the parent or caregiver present to find the best solution.

Some sedation techniques we offer include:

                                                                   Nitrous Oxide

                                                                         Also known as “laughing gas,” nitrous oxide helps children remain calm. The patient breathes through a mask and within minutes feels relaxed. At the end of the procedure, pure oxygen is given to the patient to clear out any remaining nitrous oxide.

                                                                  Oral Sedation

                                                                         Our dentists are specially trained in administering sedation medication for children. After careful consultation and full medical history, the dentist will give your child a liquid or sublingual dose of medicine that will cause conscience relaxation. Your child’s vital signs will be monitored throughout the procedure and the effects of the drug will wear off completely within hours.

                                                                 IV Sedation

                                                                         In some cases, full sedation at a hospital is required. This is usually reserved for cases with very young or very apprehensive children who require extensive treatment. Our dentists will discuss this and all other options with you thoroughly.