Restorative Dentistry
  • We’re close to many area schools
  • If needed, your child will relax with sedation
  • Treatment can prevent more extensive problems
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Repair Your Child’s Smile With Restorative Dentistry in Littleton

Naturally, you want to give your child the best dental care you can. This includes regular pediatric dentistry, but it may include restorative treatment too. If your child’s smile needs repair, there’s no better place to have it done than at Sprout and Bloom. Our restorative dentistry in Littleton can help your child:

  • Bite and chew more comfortably
  • Protect and improve their oral health
  • Feel confident to smile genuinely
  • Avoid the need for more extensive dental care

Call our team today at 720-615-6087 to schedule an appointment for your child. We’re conveniently located near several schools, including Powderhorn Elementary School, Summit Ridge Middle School, and Dakota Ridge High School.

We Can Handle All Your Child’s Restorative Needs

Stats Image Kids ages 6-11 have an average of 4.3 cavities in baby teeth. Source.
Just as restorative dental care is important for adults, it can play a key role in the health of your child’s smile. No matter how well you try to instill good brushing and flossing habits into your child, chances are good that they’ll develop one or more cavities at some point. They could even suffer from a fractured or chipped tooth.

When that time comes, you can rely on the team at Sprout and Bloom. Dr. Alli will repair your child’s smile so that they and you can get back to your routines. We have several restorative treatments available, including:

  • Dental Fillings – Fillings are the traditional way to repair damage from cavities and tooth decay. We’ll remove the decayed part of the tooth, then place a filling in the area to prevent further problems.
  • Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) – If your child has a cavity in one of their baby teeth, this technique is a less invasive way to repair it. We’ll apply a combination of silver, water, ammonia, and fluoride to the tooth to kill bacteria and seal it. This method is only used on baby teeth, as it will permanently stain the tooth black.
  • Pediatric Crowns – Sometimes a damaged or diseased tooth requires a more extensive repair. In these cases, a crown may be the best choice. It will completely cover the tooth to strengthen it and prevent additional problems. The crown will blend in naturally with the rest of your child’s teeth, so they won’t feel self-conscious about it standing out.

Whatever treatment we’re doing, we always provide gentle care to our patients. Your kids will love the skilled and thoughtful touch of Dr. Alli and our team. If they’re nervous, we may even perform a magic trick to help them relax! Plus, TVs will keep them entertained, and we’ll go at a pace that’s comfortable for them. If your child is especially nervous, we can give them laughing gas for a calming effect. General anesthesia is even available if needed.

Give your child top-notch restorative dentistry in Littleton. Call Sprout and Bloom today at 720-615-6087 to schedule an appointment for them. You can also make an appointment online.

Common Questions About Restorative Dentistry

What does restorative dentistry include?

Any time your child’s tooth suffers damage from decay, infection, injury, or another type of trauma, restorative dentistry can repair it so their tooth is saved from further damage or extraction. Restorative treatment includes any service designed to relieve pain and help your child regain oral function, like tooth fillings, Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF), and pediatric crowns.

What does restorative dentistry cost?

The cost of restorative care varies, depending on the extent of your child’s dental damage and the kind of treatments used to fix their problems. Finding problems in the early stages is the best way to minimize costs. Cavities in their earliest stages can easily be treated with Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF). A larger cavity will require a pediatric crown.

What are the benefits of restorative dentistry?

Maintaining good oral health isn’t just about keeping your child’s teeth and gums clean. They will also need to undergo dental treatment if problems arise, like tooth decay, cavities, and oral infections. Restorative dentistry is designed to treat these problems, many of which can cause pain and disrupt the function of their teeth, to keep their smile healthy and help them eat easily and comfortably.

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