Rosanna Family Dental
practices a full scope of kids dentistry. Here is a Video which tells you about how to keep your kids’ teeth clean and healthy:
Here are the following kids dentistry services:
- Thorough Exam
- Taking your child to the dentist at a young age is the best way to prevent problems such as tooth decay, and can help parents learn how to clean their child’s teeth and identify his or her fluoride needs. After all, decay can occur as soon as teeth appear. Bringing your child to the dentist early often leads to a lifetime of good oral care habits and acclimates your child to the dental office, thereby reducing anxiety and fear, which will make for plenty of stress-free visits in the future.
- Fissure Sealants
- Sealants are a dental treatment consisting of applying a plastic material to one or more teeth, for the purpose of preventing dental cavities or other forms of tooth decay.
- RCT for Kids
- Endodontic treatment involves the pulp of a tooth. The pulp contains the tooth’s nerve. It also contains blood vessels that give the tooth oxygen and nutrients. When the pulp is injured or infected, endodontic treatment is often done to try to save the tooth. Your child may need endodontic treatment if he or she:
- Feels pain in a tooth at any time, for no apparent reason.
- Has a tooth that is very sensitive to temperature changes.
- Has a broken tooth with exposed pulp.
- Mouthgaurd for Sports
Child Dental Benefits Schedule
The Child Dental Benefits Schedule (CDBS) will commence on 1 January 2014 and will provide access to benefits for basic dental services to around 3.4 million children aged 2-17 years. It will replace the existing Medicare Teen Dental Plan (MTDP).
The total benefit entitlement will be capped at $1000 per child over a two calendar year period. The CDBS will have a means test, which requires of Family Tax Benefit Part A (FTB-A) or a relevant Australian Government payment.
The CDBS will provide individual benefits for a range of services including examinations, x-rays, cleaning, fissure sealing, fillings, root canals and extractions. Benefits will not be available for orthodontic or cosmetic dental work and will not be paid for any services provided in a hospital. Get more information at Child Dental Benefits Schedule