Kid’s Dentistry

Do you know your child’s dental health?

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Children’s Dentistry Cabramatta

Do you know how well your child’s mouth is doing?

A baby’s first six months of life are when their baby teeth start to fall out. They begin to lose their primary teeth by age 6 or 7, and secondary, permanent teeth eventually replace these teeth.

Without proper dental care, children may develop oral diseases and decay that could be painful and complicated for the rest of their lives.

Today, early childhood dental caries, an infectious disease, affects kids more frequently than asthma and hay fever combined by a factor of 5 and 7.

Consult with your Cabramatta children’s dentist by calling us at (02) 9755 5300.

Purpose of Children’s Dentistry

  • Diagnosis of oral diseases
  • Promote good oral health.
  • Design treatment programmes to maintain or improve the child’s oral health.
  • Interpret X-rays and tests
  • Ensure the safe administration of anaesthetics
  • Keep track of the child’s tooth and jaw development.
  • Perform surgical procedures on the mouth’s teeth, bone, and soft tissues.
  • Restore or fill decayed teeth.
  • Treat dental injuries such as fractured, displaced, and knocked-out teeth.

Our Children’s Dentistry Services in Cabramatta

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Dental Exams

It is vital to take children to the dentist regularly to keep their teeth healthy. It aids in figuring out whether kids will need dental care in the future.

Dental Cleans

A dental cleaning helps to remove plaque buildup from your child’s mouth’s hard-to-reach areas and to find and treat tooth decay early on.

At least twice a year, kids should go to the dentist for teeth cleaning to prevent food residue and plaque buildup. Fluoride treatments can also benefit kids at higher risk of tooth decay, and sealants are generally advised to shield their teeth from harmful bacteria and plaque.

Fluoride Treatments

Your Cabramatta dentist may advise fluoride treatments for your child once they have teeth to help prevent cavities. Two to four times a year, this can be done. The number of procedures depends on how likely your child will develop a cavity.


Children who wear mouthguards are less likely to experience dental emergencies. Every time your child engages in recreational or sporting activities, they should wear them.

The mouthguard specially made for your mouth by your dentist is the best. Your Cabramatta dentist may also recommend a mouth guard for these teeth if your child has braces or any fixed dental appliance on the lower jaw.

Fissure sealants

Your child might benefit from fissure sealants, which are a preventative measure. Fissure sealants are placed on the surfaces of children’s permanent molars between the ages of six and twelve to stop tooth decay in the grooves of these back teeth.

Children’s Dentistry in Cabramatta

At Cabramatta Dental Care, we will always put your child’s needs first, ensuring that they receive the best possible dental care while being anxiety-free.

Our dental team works incredibly hard to ensure that your child can unwind and enjoy themselves during their visit with us.

Child Dental Benefits Schedule in Cabramatta

Bulk Bill for eligible children

Up to $1,095 worth of dental treatments for two years

Call us at (02) 9755 5300 to learn more about children’s dentistry in Cabramatta, or make an appointment online.

We are located at 47 Arthur St in Cabramatta.

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When should kids get a check-up at the dentist?

Your child should visit a dentist as soon as their first tooth erupts or no later than the time of their first birthday to avoid dental issues.

Are my child's baby teeth that important?

For a variety of reasons, baby teeth are essential. They not only aid young children in speaking and chewing clearly during the early years of life, but they also aid in guiding the eruption of permanent teeth.

How frequently should my child visit a paediatric dentist?

Your child should schedule an appointment with the dentist every 6 months to avoid tooth decay and other dental issues. However, based on your child’s oral health, your paediatric dentist can advise you on the timing and frequency of visits.