Overview

A young patient wearing blue jeans and a blue plaid flannel shirt signaling holding both his thumbs up sitting on a dentist treatment bed and a smiling team members of Hill Country Pediatric Dentistry and orthodontics office wearing orange office uniform and green exam gloves is sitting next to the treatment bed on which the boy is also holding both her thumbs up, view of the big real pair of bicycle hanging on the bright yellow wall along with a round retro style red colored sign with dotted frame in white and an arrow pointing right on the wall behind themAt Hill Country Pediatric Dentistry & Orthodontics, we believe that the best treatment solution is prevention, which is why we offer your children preventive dentistry. This time period in your child’s life is crucial for tooth development, so we try to make their smile as strong and healthy as possible with preventive services. Schedule a visit with our pediatric dentist if you want your child to receive preventive dentistry in Bee Cave, Texas.
The goal of preventive care is to protect your smile from damage caused by tooth decay, periodontal disease (gum disease), and other damaging dental conditions. Preventive dentistry works to prevent these diseases before they cause damage that requires repair. We offer a number of preventive dental treatments to help you keep your smile in the best possible health. These services include dental sealants and dental cleanings; visiting our office regularly ensures that we detect and treat any early signs of damage before they become more extensive and painful.

Hill Country Pediatric Dentistry and orthodontics office sign: 02 minute brushing zone colored hot pink and whiteThere are several steps you can take to prevent cavities and tooth decay. Our pediatric dentist and orthodontist recommends that you follow these guidelines to help minimize your chances for developing cavities:

  • Brush and floss your teeth every day. You should brush at least twice a day and floss at least once a day. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a fluoridated toothpaste.
  • Maintain a balanced, healthy diet with a limited amount of very sugary or acidic foods.
  • Visit our office at least twice a year for a routine teeth cleaning and dental exam.
  • Ask your pediatric dentist and orthodontist about dental sealants and fluoride treatment to see if they are right for your smile.

To learn more about preventive care, we invite you to call or visit us today!

BRING YOUR PERFECT SMILE TO LIFE!

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