Pedodontics Pediatric Dentistry

Pedodontics is a branch of dentistry that monitors and treats the oral and dental health of children, as well as the development of the jaw and face area, from infancy.

The primary purpose of pedodontics is not only to treat problem areas that have arisen, but to also find the source of these problems and to take measures to prevent them from occurring. The procedures applied for this purpose are called Preventive Dentistry. Preventive dentistry includes regulating nutritional habits, correcting wrong eating habits, providing training on oral and dental hygiene, procedures that can be applied to teeth such as local fluoride and fissure sealant, and regular controls.