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Dental Crowns for Children

Dr. Hosseini

Dental Crowns for Children


Not surprisingly there are many cases where children benefit greatly from all that dental crowns have to offer. While dental crowns are most commonly associated with adult dental treatment, there are indeed times when dental crowns for children do make sense. For example, crowns can be placed on a child’s teeth if there are large areas of decay where a filling simply will not work. In other instances, dental crowns can be used on baby teeth as a way to extend the life of the tooth so that it does not fall out. This is important because baby teeth are placeholders for eventual permanent teeth.


Strong and Durable Type of Material


Crowns for both children and adults come in a variety of materials including everything from stainless steel to porcelain and composite as well as resin. Talking with your dental care provider is the best way to know for sure which materials suit your particular needs the best. A more modern type of material that has recently come into more common use is something known as Zerconia. This is a very strong and durable type of material that is perfect for use in custom crafted crowns for both children and adults.


Chances of Tooth Decay


All said, the best way to prevent dental decay and other problems that may require the use of a crown is to maintain good dental hygiene both at home and through regular routine visits to your dental care provider. Brushing twice a day and flossing as well as visiting your dentist for professional cleanings will reduce the chances of tooth decay and the need for a crown in the first place. Parents should take the time to teach their children how to properly brush and floss from a very early age. This kind of dental care education will go far in keeping teeth healthy through all stages of life.


Visiting Your Dentist


Visiting Your Dentist


To know for sure if dental crowns are right for your children you should meet with a pediatric dentist and discuss all options. Ultimately, the best possible dental care is always close at hand today. Finally, remember to treat all dental problems or issues, regardless how minor, promptly. One of the biggest mistakes anyone can make is not visiting their dentist if they have oral pain or discomfort. A simple visit to the dentist can ultimately save a tooth and save you money. To learn more about dental crowns for children or adults contact your dentists in Pinole, Dr. Azadeh Hosseini and Dr. Ghazal Hosseini at Top Pinole Dental today.


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