Are you or your child tired of feeling self-conscious about damaged or missing teeth? It’s time to restore your confidence and your smile with the help of Esteem Dental and our skilled sealants dentist and orthodontist, Dr. Jordan Jones! The structure and strength of your teeth can change due to decay, trauma, wear and tear or extensive fillings that replace most of the tooth crown.
In more serious cases, a tooth can’t be saved due to advanced gum disease that causes irreversible destruction of the underlying bone, severe decay, fractures, or injury. Crowns for children’s teeth (tooth caps) here in Orlando, FL and Winter Garden, FL are the most cost-effective solution to restoring function to damaged teeth while dental bridges are ideal for replacing one or more missing teeth.
Our pediatric dental crown and bridges are made with high-quality porcelain or zirconia to blend seamlessly with your child’s natural teeth so you and your child can still enjoy the foods you love and show off your smile with pride!
Got a pesky cavity that needs filling? Look no further than composite fillings!
These tooth-colored restorations are perfect for repairing decay in both front and back teeth, or for addressing any cosmetic concerns you may have.
Plus, with a shade that’s carefully matched to your natural tooth color, your composite filling will be virtually invisible to anyone else.
Fillings are a common and minimally invasive way to repair cavities caused by bacteria and leftover sugars in the mouth. Don’t let tooth decay hold you or your child back any longer!
Crown for children’s teeth are tooth-colored caps made of the same material as composite fillings, giving them a natural and discreet appearance.
Using a clear shell, the composite material is placed on the damaged tooth and hardened in place. Once it’s set, the shell is removed, leaving behind a beautiful and durable crown for children’s teeth.
Sometimes, brushing isn’t always enough, especially when it comes to those hard-to-reach places in the back of the mouth. However, if these pesky spots are left untouched, it leaves room for tooth decay.
For this reason, our sealants dentist offers sealant treatments just for your child! These plastic resins bond and harden in the deep grooves on the surface of your child’s teeth, creating a smooth surface that’s less prone to plaque buildup.
Not only does this make brushing easier, but it also helps protect against tooth decay. Sealants provided by our sealants dentist can last 3-5 years, although it’s common to see adults with sealants still intact.
Even at such a young age, restorative dentistry options for kids may be needed. Kids can develop tooth decay and if left untreated it may lead to more serious dental issues such as infection or the need for a root canal. Children are also prone to oral trauma as they are more active and accidents leading to chipped, cracked, or knocked-out teeth can happen.
Sometimes, children are born with abnormalities in their teeth such as missing or misshapen teeth, which may require restorative treatment to prevent future dental concerns from happening.
If you feel your child may benefit from restorative dentistry treatment plans, addressing the issues as soon as possible to ensure your child’s dental health stays on track is important.