The Importance of Regular Checkups in Pediatric Dentistry
Early diagnosis ensures the implementation of early treatment processes. Regular check-ups, which should be carried out every 6 months in pediatric dentistry, are of great importance in order to diagnose changes that may put children's oral and dental health at risk in the early period. Awareness of oral and dental health in children can be achieved through regular controls as well as the elimination and prevention of risks.
Pediatric dentistry practices are used to improve the oral and dental health of children aged 0-14.
Restoring dental caries with fillings and dental crowns,
Treatment in cases where milk teeth or permanent teeth cause infection,
Making a placeholder for the milk teeth that fall out in the early period,
Restoration of fractures caused by trauma to the tooth,
Follow-up and prevention of tooth eruption disorders,
In case of structural defect in the jaw or permanent teeth, the application of orthodontic treatments can be given as an example of the treatments in the field of dentistry.
We aim to contribute to raising healthy and conscious generations. We diagnose problems that have the potential to put our children's oral and dental health at risk in the coming years, and apply the necessary treatments. Thus, we can prevent functional problems related to tooth loss in children and improve dental health.