Services

New Patient / Recall Exams

At All Kids Dentistry, we want your kid to feel comfortable and to have a positive experience. During your child's first exam we will review and evaluate your child's dental needs and answer any questions or concerns you may have. We want the first visit to be both educational and fun!

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Digital Cavity Detecting X-Rays

At All Kids Dentistry, we use advanced digital technology to take low radiation digital x-rays of the child's mouth. With digital x-rays, we can provide the safest and most pleasant experience for you and your child. 

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Infant / Toddler First Time Visits

An infant's first tooth erupting is the first milestone in their life. Your infant should get their first dental checkup as soon as the first tooth emerges, or by their first birthday. Early and regular dental visits can help your child avoid tooth decay and help develop good dental hygiene.

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Special Needs Dental Care

At All Kids Dentistry, our staff is specially trained to design a program to address your child's specific needs, even if they have physical limitations, have special dietary requirements, or frequent medical treatments. We want to make sure your child enjoys a healthy smile for a lifetime!

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Cleanings / Fluoride Treatments

It is essential to maintain your child's oral health to have regular professional cleanings. Our hygenist will remove plaque, tarter, polish the teeth and treat them with fluoride. We recommend a cleaning every six months to avoid tooth decay and keep their mouths healthy.

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White Fillings

You may be surprised to learn that even baby teeth sometimes need fillings. When a tooth is cracked, disfigured or decayed a composite (white) filling may be used to restore the tooth. Baby teeth play a critical part in your child's development. Good oral hygiene and regular visits help fillings last longer, and your child can enjoy a pain-free and healthy mouth.

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Esthetic Crowns (front and back teeth) & Stainless Steel Crowns (back teeth)

Baby (primary) teeth are placeholders for the adult teeth. When a primary tooth is decayed or damaged, it may be necessary to put a crown on the tooth to keep it in place until the adult tooth comes through. All Kids Dentistry offers two types of crowns. Esthetic (EZ-Pedo) Crowns and Stainless Steel crowns. Taking great care of your child's oral health now will help your child have a healthy adult smile.

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Baby Nerve Treatments (vital pulpotomies/pulpectomies)

It is important to save a decayed or injured tooth to a child's speech development, chewing and alignment. When the pulp tissue becomes diseased, the pulp may need to be removed. At All Kids Dentistry, we perform the treatment in our office. 

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Simple Extractions

Before a tooth extraction, we evaluate all other options. However, in the rare cases, a tooth may need to be extracted to maintain the health of the child's remaining teeth. We will also discuss the best tooth replacement option to keep the teeth and jaw from shifting and creating problems with chewing and dental health. 

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Sedation Dentistry (oral conscious and IV sedation)

A positive experience will help your child feel confident when visiting a dentist. However, some children may be unable to due to fear, anxiety or make uncontrolled movements that could cause injury. We offer sedation dentistry to ease your child's fears and ensure the safety of your child during treatment. At All Kids Dentistry, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality care for your child.

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Nitrous Oxide (Happy Gas)

Nitrous Oxide is a very safe sedative that will calm nervous children, while still allowing them to be awake and able to talk with the dentist. 

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Space Maintainers

When baby (primary) teeth are lost due to an injury or the need to be extracted, a space maintainer may be the best option. A space maintainer (spacer) is used to filled the space. The spacer guides the permanent teeth into the space it belongs without shifting or crowding teeth and prevent future orthodontic problems.

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