Children with special needs and underlying medical conditions often require additional support and resources to get the regular dental care they need. Dr. Yedda Gomes-Ruane in Weston, FL, offers dentistry services for special needs children in a compassionate, supportive environment for the entire family.
Pediatric Dentistry in Weston, FL
Every child's requirements are different, whether visiting the dentist for routine procedures like an annual checkup and professional dental cleaning, or for more invasive treatment like having a cavity filled or orthodontic treatment with braces. Dr. Gomes-Ruane offers sedation and emergency dentistry, as well as language services in English, Spanish and Portuguese. In addition to basic dental pediatric dental services, special needs children often require treatment for oral abnormalities and conditions such as:
- Congenital oral cavity defects
- Severe malocclusions
- Cleft lip/palette
Some children have underlying health conditions which can complicate dental treatment, even for routine procedures. It is important for parents to consult with a dentist before treatment if your child is suffering from conditions such as:
- Hemophilia or other bleeding disorders
- Heart conditions
- Cerebral palsy
- Seizure or neurological disorders
Other children may require special attention and consideration for behavioral or psychological conditions. The dental team at Dentistry for Children at Weston offers individualized treatment options to address the specific needs of each child on a case by case basis to ensure that they obtain the care, support and attention they need for a successful dental visit for both the child and the parents. Services like sedation dentistry can help to put anxious and fearful children at ease and take out much of any stress and fear around going to the dentist.
Find a Pediatric Dentist in Weston, FL
For more information on dentistry services and treatment for children with special needs, contact our office by calling (954) 384-4560 to schedule an appointment with Dr. Gomes-Ruane today.