The CDC states that over half of children between the ages of 6 and 8 have cavities in their baby teeth. While a cavity may not sound like a big deal, it can lead to a worsening problem. Your child could deal with a painful infection; without treatment, they risk losing their tooth too early. 

That’s why regular visits to the dentist can help. We can put a stop to cavities with our restorative care treatments. We remove the infected portion and replace it with a filling or treatment with silver diamine fluoride (SDF), a minimally invasive way to treat tooth decay. For a more serious infection, we may place a pediatric crown after getting rid of the decayed portion of the tooth.

If your child hasn’t had a checkup, you can visit Sprout and Bloom Pediatric Dentistry in Littleton, CO, call us today at 720-615-6087 to schedule an appointment or schedule one online.

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