Pediatric Dentistry: Dr. Sara B. Babich, DDS by Sara_Babich
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Special Needs Pediatric Dentist Dr. Sara Babich
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Pediatric Dentist Dr. Sara’s 15 Tips for Your Special Needs Child’s First Dental Visits

As a special needs pediatric dentist, Dr. Sara has specialized training in the care of special needs children. From check-in to check-out, our entire staff focuses on your special needs child’s visits. We make adaptations to help special needs patients feel comfortable. As a leading dentist that work with special needs kids Dr. Sara recognize each child’s unique needs and take extra care to help him/her feel comfortable.

The Earlier the Better

  • All special needs children need dental care. Unfortunately, a variety of factors keeps many of them from getting the care they need.
  • The earlier the dental visit, the better the chance of preventing dental problems. Deep cavities and toothaches can be a cause for behavioral outbursts.
  • It’s tough for a child experiencing dental pain to sleep, concentrate and eat. Getting your child to the dentist can help him/her thrive in daily life.
  • Unfamiliarity with surroundings, unpredictability of procedures and physical invasiveness are challenges of a dental exam. Going to the pediatric dentist can be stressful for parents and special needs children. Early visits with a well-trained special needs dentist like Dr. Sara goes a long way toward alleviating these anxieties.

Early intervention and prevention are key. Instruction in correct brushing, flossing, limited snacking and regular visits with a special needs pediatric dentist is essential.

For more information about prevention and early intervention please call Dr. Sara, NYC dentist for special needs and a leading kids specialist in New York.

Read more: https://www.nycpediatricdentist.com/dentistry-for-special-needs-children/

Pediatric Dentistry: Dr. Sara B. Babich, DDS
116 E 84th St,
New York, NY 10028
(212) 988-4070
 
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Nearby Locations:
Carnegie Hill | Yorkville | Lenox Hill | Upper East Side | Midtown Manhattan
10029 | 10028 | 10021| 10044, 10065, 10075, 10128 | 10022
 
Working Hours :
Monday: 9AM-6PM
Tuesday: 9AM-6PM
Wednesday: 9AM-6PM
Thursday: 9AM-6PM
Friday: 9AM-4PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
 
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Pediatric Dental Restorations
by Sara_Babich
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What Happens If Your Kid Has A Badly Decayed Tooth?

Tooth decay is a common problem affecting many young children, and a cavity can become extremely painful without the proper treatment. Pediatric dentists including Dr. Sara Babich always try to save baby or primary teeth because if they are lost too soon or must be extracted, it can affect the development of adult teeth. A child’s primary teeth are essential for guiding the development of their adult teeth, ensuring the right amount of room is maintained so adult teeth are more likely to come through aligned correctly.

When baby teeth are lost too soon, it increases the risk of a child requiring orthodontic treatment when they are older because the adjacent teeth are more likely to shift position, taking some of the room meant for the adult tooth. As a result, the adult tooth is more likely to come through crooked and out of alignment.

Baby teeth aren’t permanent, they are vulnerable to tooth decay. If your child develops a cavity, pediatric dentist will need to repair it. Materials that can be used to fill or teeth include white composite resin or silver-colored amalgam.

Many dentists use amalgam fillings because they are inexpensive, hard-wearing and take less time to place. However, they can look unsightly and nowadays it is becoming more common for pediatric dentists to use tooth-colored composite resin to repair teeth in children who feel quite self-conscious about their appearance. Often the choice of material may be dictated by the position of the tooth in the mouth.

How to Repair Back Teeth?

When a back tooth is severely decayed, your dentist may want to repair it using a ready-made stainless-steel crown. Stainless steel crowns have been used for decades and are a common choice of treatment for children, not least because they are extremely cost-effective. Also, unlike an adult crown that frequently requires two visits to the dental office, stainless-steel crowns can usually be replaced during a single visit.

The crowns are strong and durable and are highly suitable for repairing back teeth that are not very visible but are less suitable for front teeth that are easily seen. The preformed crowns come in a variety of shapes and sizes and are customized by the pediatric dentist to fit over the damaged tooth.

Read more here: https://www.nycpediatricdentist.com/restorations/

Pediatric Dentistry: Dr. Sara B. Babich, DDS
116 E 84th St,
New York, NY 10028
(212) 988-4070
 
Nearby Locations:
Carnegie Hill | Yorkville | Lenox Hill | Upper East Side | Midtown Manhattan
10029 | 10028 | 10021| 10044, 10065, 10075, 10128 | 10022
 
Working Hours :
Monday: 9AM-6PM
Tuesday: 9AM-6PM
Wednesday: 9AM-6PM
Thursday: 9AM-6PM
Friday: 9AM-4PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed
 
Payment: cash, check, credit cards.
 
Our social links:
 
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