Gently Restoring Smiles
We offer a full range of Tarrytown dental treatments for kids, including restorative treatments. We use modern technology and techniques to make the process quick and comfortable. From tooth-colored fillings to pediatric crowns, at 914 Smiles, we have your restorative needs covered.
Protective Dental Sealants
Applying dental sealants is fast and painless. The sealants are like a force field that keeps bacteria and plaque acids away from the teeth to prevent cavities.
Our composite fillings are durable, strong and metal-free. They also blend in with your child’s smile.
When a baby tooth is damaged, severely decayed or infected, sometimes a baby root canal, or pulpotomy, is necessary. We offer lifelike, super strong crowns to restore the tooth afterwards.
Dental Space Maintainers
When a baby tooth is lost too early, the other teeth have a tendency to shift to fill in the space, which can cause crowding. A dental space maintainer is a simple way to prevent this and make room for the permanent tooth to come in correctly.
We treat conservatively and do extractions as a last resort. If we do have to extract a tooth, we’ll make sure your child is comfortable and doesn’t feel a thing.
Dr. Kumar has the training and expertise to offer safe, in-office sedation dentistry for kids in Tarrytown using nitrous oxide.
Comprehensive Care Just for Kids
We know the idea of restorative treatment can be scary for kids. Before we get started on any treatment, we always show them the instruments we’ll be using and use kid-friendly terms to explain exactly what we’ll be doing. This helps them feel safe and secure. Dr. Kumar then gently and quickly gets to work restoring their smile. In cases where a child is extremely anxious or needs extensive work, we also offer in-office nitrous oxide sedation. Don’t worry, we’ll chat with you about your child’s dental diagnosis and needs and help you make an informed decision about their care.
Schedule a Visit!
Book an appointment to learn more about our Tarrytown dental treatments for kids. We’ll get your child’s smile back in tip-top shape as painlessly and quickly as possible. To schedule a visit, call or text our office at (914) 332-0900.
Approximately 23% of kids between ages two and 11 have untreated cavities.
Tooth decay is the most common cause of premature tooth loss in children.
Tooth decay is five times as common as asthma in American children.