Regardless of the cause for your child’s tooth discoloration or deformity, you can change it. Either through Austin preventative dentistry or Austin cosmetic dentistry, you can make a difference in your child’s smile.
Besides having a lot of pain with biting and chewing, kids with bad teeth will find it difficult to learn how to talk and swallow properly. Older children with untreated dental issues do poorly in school. A study showed that up to 73% of all kids with major dental deformities, regardless of the cause, suffer from pain, low self esteem, and are distracted enough by their own appearance and discomfort to avoid school, and do more poorly in school, than their peers with healthier teeth. If these problems are left untreated in your child, repairing them later can cost thousands of dollars to remove bad teeth, and/or replace these teeth with fake ones to hold the places of adult teeth that are expected to erupt years later.
The dental problems your child is experiencing are never too late to fix. Austin preventative dentistry starts with a visit to The Toothbar, a high-scale dental clinic that knows that a few bad teeth early on in life can cause traumatic damage physically, emotionally, and (eventually) financially. It pays to first prevent these problems with good oral care very early on in your child’s life, starting in infancy. Avoiding putting your baby or toddler to bed with a bottle or juice is preventative care too.
A dentist in Austin at The Toothbar can also provide you and your child with temporary cosmetic fixes. Veneers, fluoride treatments, and whitening might all be good options to help fix your child’s smile. Austin cosmetic dentistry for kids at The Toothbar looks at which procedure can help your child’s smile and restore your child’s ability to eat, chew, speak, and smile confidently.
Our team is ready to book your appointment. The proper Dental Care can make the difference in years to come. We don't just improve the aesthetics of your smile, we make sure your dental health is set for the long run.