Our Dental Services
DENTISTRY FOR KIDS IN CORAL SPRINGS, BOCA RATON AND PEMBROKE PINES, FLORIDA
Here at Mini Mouths, we have experience treating infants and children of all ages, providing them with expert care and compassion. With our expertise, your child can receive the exceptional dental care in a safe and comfortable environment. We use advanced technology and equipment, and we stay up-to-date on the latest types of dental procedures.At Mini Mouths, we specialise in Fluoride Treatment for kids. We apply highly concentrated Fluoride which helps in building stronger teeth and reducing risks of cavities and caries. It is a quick and painless treatment.
As part of our effort to create a family-friendly and stress-free environment, we allow parents in our treatment rooms. If you have any questions about our Coral Springs or Boca Raton kids dental services, do not hesitate to ask.
Regular dental cleanings are crucial for keeping your child’s teeth clean and healthy. These cleanings remove plaque and tarter from teeth, and they assist with cavity prevention.
Tooth Extraction is recommended only as the last resort if there is absolutely no way to save a fractured or rotting tooth or if it prevents other teeth from coming out in the right place.
Your child’s first dental visit should be scheduled around their first birthday. One of the most important reasons of this visit is to familiarize your child with the dental office environment and …
Fluoride is a natural mineral. It builds strong teeth and prevents cavities. Fluoride fights harmful bacteria and supports tooth enamel that gives the tooth strength and protects the tooth.
Our Molar and Pre-Molar teeth (at the back of the mouth) develop pits and fissures on the biting surface that increase the risk of cavities and caries. Plaque gets accumulated in these and causes further decay of teeth.
Do you have a child who is terrified of going to the dentist, or a child who simply will not sit still in the dental office chair? If so, sedation may be the solution! Sedation relaxes the patient, turning a nerve-racking …
Early Orthodontic Treatment
Early orthodontic treatment, also known as Phase One, starts when a child is around 7-8 years old. They don’t have a full set of permanent teeth yet but can benefit from some early attention.
Many PEDIATRIC DENTISTS consider teenage years the ideal time for orthodontics. Children have a full set of permanent teeth by 13 years of age with complete dental development.