Children’s Dentistry – Bloomingdale, IL

Protecting Growing Smiles
& Building Good Oral Habits

Father and daughter smiling together after children's dentistry visit

We love treating children and providing them with a strong educational foundation to help them take care of their smiles throughout their lives. Children are building a relationship with their oral health, and we hope to foster that by helping them have positive, enjoyable experiences at our dental office every six months. If you’re looking for a fun, experienced children’s dentist to help keep your little one’s smile healthy, we welcome you to schedule an appointment with our team today for children's dentistry in Bloomingdale, IL!

Why Choose Pure Dental Spa for Children’s Dentistry?

  • We See Patients of All Ages
  • Proudly Accepting Dental Insurance
  • Family-Friendly Dental Office

Dental Sealants

Child giving dentist a high five after dental sealant treatment

Dental sealants are a non-invasive and fast preventive measure that we can recommend to help your little one reduce their risk of cavity development. All we need to do is brush a clear varnish over the surface of their molars and harden it using a UV light. This will shield the grooves and pits of the teeth from collecting plaque and food debris, making brushing and flossing more effective. This treatment can also be helpful for adults, too!

Athletic Mouthguards/ Sportsguards

Football player with athletic mouthguard

Does your child play on a local sports team or do school athletics? We offer custom-crafted sportsguards to protect their jaw, teeth, and facial muscles from the risk of impact on the field. They’re crafted from durable acrylic and made to comfortably fit in their mouth and not obstruct their breathing as they run, jump, and shoot. That way, you can watch their next game without having to worry about their smile being unprotected.

Frenectomies/ Lip & Tongue-Tie

Dentist examining infant for lip and tongue tie

Lip and tongue-ties are issues that are most commonly found in infants, involving overgrowth of the tissues that connect their lips to their gums and their tongue to the floor of their mouth. It’s important to know what side-effects to look out for so you can bring your little one in for an examination—like difficulty breastfeeding, clicking noises while feeding, excessive drooling, poor weight gain, and digestive issues. We offer fast, non-invasive frenectomies that help your child regain complete control of their mouths.

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