Advanced Family Dentistry on the current COVID-19 situation

We will be open for emergency cases only on Tuesdays and Thursdays till 6th April. We are closed for any other cases until further notice on the current situation.

613 Amherst St, Nashua, NH 03063     (603) 821-9046     Get Socialized :

Pediatric Dentistry and Diagnostic Services in Nashua, NH

Stressed about taking your child to the dentist? Call us at (603) 821-9046 to schedule an appointment to grow your child’s smile with our pediatric dentistry in Nashua, NH. We are conveniently located in Amherst St Nashua NH with a relaxed and friendly atmosphere for your child.

Our pediatric dental office in Nashua, NH is fortunate to have an expert dentist, Praveena Bhat who is fond of kids. She is a Board-certified Pediatric dentist who cares for you and your family’s dental health.

She and her dental team offer diversified pediatric services and the treatments will certainly meet your requirements as we emphasize on each and every patient. It’s quite necessary to get regular dental checkups done and pay heed to oral health routines for leading a good lifestyle. Dial (603) 821-9046 to book your appointment.

  

Comprehensive Oral Evaluation

An oral evaluation is recommended every six (6) months to prevent cavities and other dental problems. During an oral evaluation, a thorough examination of the mouth, head, and neck is performed to detect abnormalities.

  

Dental Cleanings (Prophylaxis)

Regular cleanings help keep gums healthy and teeth cavity-free. A dental cleaning includes removal of tartar and plaque and polishing of the teeth to remove stains and prevent further buildup of plaque.

  

Fluoride Treatment

Fluoride is a natural substance that helps strengthen teeth and prevent decay. Fluoride treatments are administered at this office as an important component of pediatric dental treatment. The fluoride is applied to the teeth in a gel, foam, or varnish form.

  

Digital Radiographs

Dental X-rays are a valuable diagnostic tool used to identify decay, extra teeth, bone defects, tumors, cysts and check the progress of previous procedures. Advances in technology now allow for digital X-rays, which reduce radiation exposure more than 50 percent, and produce instant, high-quality images that can be viewed immediately by the dentist and the patient.

  

Oral Hygiene Instructions

During a regular check-up, oral hygiene instructions are given to both patient and parent. Good home care can reduce the risk of plaque and tartar build-up which can lead to cavities. Instructions include proper techniques for brushing, flossing, and using mouth rinses.

  

Dental Sealants

Dental sealants are made of a safe resin material which is applied to the surfaces of teeth (commonly permanent molars) to prevent cavities. The sealant material fills in the crevices of a tooth and “seals” off the tooth from cavity-causing agents like food and plaque. The teeth are prepared for the sealant application and the sealant is painted directly onto the chewing surface of each tooth and then hardens. Sealants are applied in one visit.

Your child’s optimal dental health is a top priority. To make your child feel comfortable in their dental visits we have dedicated treatment room, playing area, TV set up & more. Call us (603) 821-9046 to schedule a free consult and get the healthiest smile for your infants, kids, and teens in years to come.

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