At Timber Kids Dentistry, we know that kids can also suffer from cosmetic issues like chipped teeth and gaps in their smiles. Children deserve carefree, confident smiles just as much as adults. Our team is here to fix chips and straighten teeth to help your little one put their best smile forward.
Whether your child chipped a tooth while biting a non-food object, had a slip and fall that broke their enamel, or even had a tooth damaged while playing a sport, we can restore its natural form and function.
Your child’s teeth can become stained due to the consumption of sugary, starchy foods and drinks, or even as a result of treatment with certain antibiotics like tetracycline. If this happens, we can restore their natural, bright enamel.
We use tooth-colored fillings and porcelain crowns to restore teeth that have been damaged by cavities or dental injuries, which ensures that your child’s smile looks beautiful and natural after treatment.
We offer custom-made, personalized teeth whitening kits for our patients. One of our dentists will take impressions of your child’s mouth to create trays that will fit their teeth perfectly, ensuring safe and beautiful results. Your child can whiten their teeth in the comfort of your home and get spectacular results in just a few weeks. Teeth whitening is affordable, versatile, and the best way to reverse and remove minor tooth stains.
Dental bonding is an affordable way to repair aesthetic issues like chips, gaps, and misshapen teeth. During treatment, one of our dentists will apply a tooth-colored resin material to your child’s damaged tooth, then sculpt, shape and trim it until it looks just like a natural part of your child’s smile. Bonding is a non-invasive, very versatile way to correct minor aesthetic issues.
We also offer tooth-colored crowns, which are built out of a strong, durable porcelain material. This ceramic material can be matched precisely to the shade of your child’s teeth, ensuring their smile still looks natural after treatment. Crowns are typically used to cover up issues like damaged or broken teeth, but are sometimes used for purely cosmetic purposes if a treatment like dental bonding is not appropriate.