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Early Dental Care

Dental Caries is the most common childhood disease, even more common than asthma. Dental caries is caused by bacteria that are transmitted to children. It is advised by the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, the American Dental Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics that all children have their first dental visit before the age of 1 . 

Tongue and Lip-tie release

Tongue- ties and lip-ties can sometimes get in the way of developing a healthy breastfeeding relationship with new babies, and as indicated for older children 

Our consultations are in depth to correctly diagnose the problem and ensure it is the best solution for you and your child. 

If needed, frenectomy procedures at A Mother's Touch Pediatric Dentistry are made using a laser, which minimizes bleeding and swelling


Your child's molars are especially vulnerable to tooth decay due to pits and grooves on the biting surface of their teeth. These areas allow food to stick to the tooth and make it harder to clean. A sealant is a tooth-colored resin material that is placed in the deep pits and grooves, heping to create a smooth surface that can be easily cleaned.

Crowns and fillings

Sometimes our teeth need a little help! 

We prefer to use tooth-colored resin fillings whenever possible. The bond between tooth and filling helps to prevent a recurrent cavity from forming and the filling is esthetically pleasing. If the cavity is large, or if a tooth is fractured a crown may be necessary. 

Continuing Care

Regular dental visits are important for children

Prevention: Childrens dietary 

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