Comprehensive Care for Younger Patients
Experienced pediatric dentist and caring staff
Specialized Dentistry Treatments for Pediatric Patients
Dr. Lauren Wilburn and her staff are trained to take care of toddlers, children and younger teens with some of the latest pediatric dental care treatments. We offer several treatment options for younger patients, including sedation dentistry with laughing gas. We work hard to instill good oral health habits in our younger patients and prevent cavities, tooth decay and fractured teeth from an early age.
Cavity Prevention and Treatment
Cavities are one of the most common oral health problems among younger patients and our pediatric dentistry in Columbia, TN, offers both preventive care and cavity treatment options. Cavities occur more readily when the child is not brushing or flossing their teeth properly, or if they snack and consume sugary foods and drinks regularly.
All the staff here is AMAZING. I will not go anywhere else! Love them. Very friendly & they work with you! My whole family goes to Columbia Family Dentistry.Latisha S.
Sedation Dentistry for Younger Patients
Dr. Wilburn may recommend laughing gas, otherwise known as nitrous oxide, as part of the treatment plan for younger patients who feel anxious or stressed when visiting the dentist. Laughing gas is a safe and effective method for sedating patients quickly and has no known side effects. We can provide more information about sedation dentistry to parents during the consultation.
Restorative Treatment Options
We understand many toddlers may have very sensitive or even decayed teeth at some point. As a leading pediatric dentistry in Columbia, TN, we offer restorative treatments for teeth that are broken, decayed or already worn down. We also take the time to educate parents with very young children on how to reduce the risk of future fractures, tooth decay, and other oral health problems.
Learn more about services we offer in the area of pediatric dentistry in Columbia, TN, by scheduling your appointment with Dr. Wilburn today.