Restoration may be necessary in order to repair or limit damage from decay, preserve tooth structure both aesthetically and functionally and to make oral hygiene easier. In children, most restorative procedures involve placing sealants and/or crowns on teeth. Sealants are used to shield the tooth from decay-causing bacteria while crowns restore function and aesthetics to damaged teeth.
Restoration of primary teeth is quite different from restoration of permanent teeth, so it is imperative that your child is treated by experts in the field of pediatric dentistry. Our team has years of experience and training to ensure your child has the best restorative dentistry experience possible. We will discuss the procedure with you and your child and be sure to provide guidance along the way.