Diagnosing oral diseases.
Promoting oral health such as
cleanings and fluoride treatments and disease prevention.
Creating treatment plans to
maintain or restore the oral health of the children.
Ensuring the safe
administration of anesthetics.
Monitoring growth and
development of the teeth and jaws.
Repairing or filing of decaying
Fixing dental injuries,
including fractured, displaced, and knocked out teeth.
Detection and treatment of
early orthodontic problems.
Pediatric Dentists don’t deal with
teeth only , they also look at the gums, throat muscles and nervous system of
the head, neck and jaw, the tongue, and salivary glands. They are also
concerned about the normal growth of the jaws and the need for any early
orthodontic intervention to decrease the severity of any growth abnormalities .