Dentists specialized children

We take care of your children’s mouth from their first tooth

With the eruption of a child's first set of teeth, also known as “milk teeth” or “temporary teeth”, you should start brushing them, not necessarily using toothpaste. Children learn by imitation, it will always be a good lesson for them to see how you brush your teeth and how you floss. Apart from a good example for your children on how to use the brush and the floss, it is also a valuable lesson of good hygiene habits that the child will want to imitate.

It is advisable to visit the dentist periodically, because it will create the habit of dental check-ups in the child, which will reduce their anxiety and fear of the unknown. In addition, going to the dentist periodically has the advantage of early detecting any dental problem, enabling simpler and less traumatic solutions.

For Bahillo Dental Polyclinic, looking after children's teeth is a priority issue. We take care of children of all ages, since the fundamental role of the paediatrician is the prevention and treatment of damaged milk teeth, thus helping to avoid possible negative repercussions in the future permanent or definitive teeth.

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Pulp regeneration

At Bahillo Dental Polyclinic, thanks to our team’s teaching and research activities, we can perform an innovative technique for pulp regeneration on children who would otherwise need an endodontic treatment, thus avoiding endodontics and preserving vitality on those teeth with important pathologies at such an early age.

Our team of professionals is especially aware of the risk of caries that some children accumulate. Although the incidence of caries in the general population has decreased, some children suffer a large number of caries lesions. It is necessary to strictly monitor these high-risk patients, to minimize future caries lesions and preserve their oral health.

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Financed Project – EXPTE. IG174.2014.1.232