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Pedodontics - Pediatric Dentistry


What is pediatric dentistry?​

Pedodontics is a branch of dentistry that follows and treats the oral-dental health and maxillofacial development of children from infancy, and also includes preventive measures.

  • Oral and Dental Care and Nutrition Recommendations

  • Child Prostheses

  • Tooth extraction

  • Preventive and Preventive Practices from Tooth Decay;   Fluorid Gel, Fluoride Varnish, Fissure Sealant

  • Treatment of Dental Traumas

  • Endodontic Treatments (Canal Treatments, Amputations)

  • Treatments to Stop Bad Mouth Habits (Finger Sucking, Nail Biting, Lip Biting, etc.)

  • Restorative Treatments (Fillings) in Milk and Young Permanent Teeth

  • Placeholders

Why Are Milk Teeth Important?

There are 20 milk teeth in total.

The most important task of milk teeth is to provide nutrition to the child. In addition, the proper development of speech also depends on the presence of milk teeth.


Milk teeth protect the area they cover for the permanent tooth that will replace them and guide it while the permanent tooth is erupting.


When the primary tooth is pulled out early, this natural place-holding function disappears.

The care of milk teeth and their treatment when necessary should not be neglected for the health of the child.


Pediatric dentistry is an important branch with the scope of its applications and treatments, as well as the early solution to the oral/dental problems that may arise in the adulthood of the child.

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