Cavities, those pesky little dental invaders, can be a cause of discomfort and concern. While conventional treatments are available, there's a growing interest in exploring natural approaches to support cavity healing.
Many adults find biological dentistry through looking for answers to long-term health problems – problems that were “unsolvable” because no physician ever thought to look at or ask about potential oral obstacles to healing. And often, their discovery of biological dentistry sets them on a journey of embracing a holistic, natural approach to health for their whole family, as well.
It is especially important for children as a child’s development may be hindered by everything from chemicals in our foods to unnecessary medications. That is why functional medicine and dentistry has become such an important aspect of pediatric care today. After all, their bodies and minds are still developing.
What is Biological Paediatric Dentistry?
At Dr Roze biohealth, we take a whole-body approach to dental wellness and development. We believe in “do no harm” as a philosophy, which means we will avoid introducing toxic substance to your child’s body. Once we’ve identified a problem, it is then our goal to find the least traumatic and invasive approach to healing while utilizing the latest technology.
Paediatric dentistry encompasses many aspects of general dentistry and specialist skills in the care of infants, children and adolescents. The broad nature of the work requires a combination of medical, dental and communications skills.
What do Specialists in Paediatric Dentistry?
As part our the clinical training, our paediatric dentists are used to treating patients in personal treatment, consultant, trauma and sedation clinics:
- They plan care for children with multiple oral health needs within the context of their social and medical background.
- They deliver treatment under local anaesthetic, sedation and general anaesthesia.
- They will liaise with a wide range of other dental and medical specialties in determining and delivering best treatment options.
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