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      Pediatric Dentistry in Dubai

      Pediatric Dentistry

      Gentle dental care for your little ones.

      We know that nothing matters to you more than your child. We understand how important it is to get the right and comfortable dental care that your child needs.

      Start them young and introduce them to a fun and positive dental experience! Our team of specialist pediatric dentists has been well trained to handle babies, toddlers, and kids through various gentle approaches and techniques.

      Your child's oral health is our priority.

      Parents play an important role in keeping their children’s oral health a priority. We’re here to guide parents on how to make their kids follow good oral hygiene habits and ensure proper nutrition.

      We recommend booking an appointment as soon as the first tooth erupts or when the child turns one year old. Caring for baby teeth helps in the proper development of adult teeth, preparing your child for great dental health throughout their entire lifetime.

      Benefits of Seeing a Specialist Pediatric Dentist

      Age-appropriate treatments

      Behavior management

      Focus on preventive care

      Parent guidance & education

      Child-friendly environment

      Specialized care for special needs

      We focus on preventive dental care.

      Before the early signs of caries and decay, we can already intervene and provide preventative solutions to avoid painful and traumatic experiences for your child.

      Among the popular options include fluoride treatment and dental sealants (100% BPA free) which serve as a special protective barrier between your child’s teeth and cavity-causing bacteria. These are proven safe and perfect, especially for hard-to-reach back teeth.


      You can use any soft-bristled toothbrush with a small head. These are especially designed for infants and must be used at least once a day before bedtime.

      Primary teeth are important because they help your child to speak properly and chew normally. These baby teeth also prepare the space when it’s time for the permanent teeth to grow.

      Rinse the affected area with warm salt water and apply a cold compress on your child’s face in case it is swollen. You can give your child some over-the-counter medication such as acetaminophen for pain relief. Avoid placing aspirin on the kid’s teeth or gums. And of course, visit your pediatric dentist as soon as possible.

      From birth, you can begin cleaning and massaging your child’s gums with a soft infant toothbrush or a clean cloth with water. As soon as the baby teeth erupt, you can start applying a smear of fluoride toothpaste on the child’s toothbrush.

      When the child turns 3, you can increase the amount to a pea-sized dollop and make sure you assist him/her while brushing. Make sure to let your kids spit out the excess toothbrush after brushing.

      If your child needs to nurse to fall asleep, refrain from putting anything other than water in their feeding bottle. In case your baby falls asleep while feeding, remove the bottle when he/she stops sucking. Slowly introduce your child to drinking from a cup at six months. Make sure to regularly brush and floss your kid’s teeth as soon as two primary teeth are touching.

      If your child has been thumbsucking and using the pacifier for a long time, this might cause some problems on the way their teeth would line up. While most kids stop these habits on their own, your pediatric dentist may recommend a mouth appliance if your child finds it difficult to stop the habit.

      When you prepare your child’s meals, make sure to include one serving of each: fruits and vegetables, bread and cereals, milk and dairy products, as well as meat, fish and eggs. Limit the serving of sugary and starchy foods to protect your child’s teeth from decay.

      Dental sealants are used to protect the crevices of the chewing surfaces of the teeth. These prevent any food particles from getting stuck on teeth which may eventually cause cavities. Your pediatric dentist may recommend dental sealants as a painless and preventative way to protect your child’s teeth for a long time.

      Pediatric Dental Services

      Our Pediatric Dental Services

      Comprehensive dental checkup

      Preventative dentistry

      • Flouride treatment
      • Dental sealants

      Root canal treatment for kids

      Braces & interceptive orthodontics for kids

      Pediatric Oral Counseling

      Pediatric Sedation Dentistry

      • Nitrous oxide (Conscious sedation)
      • General Anesthesia

      Special Needs Pediatric Dentistry

      Emergency Pediatric Dental Care