Children’s teeth should be veneered after examination of dental radiology image and after denervation treatment of milk teeth due to reduced strength. Dental veneers are performed when the tooth is damaged due to decay and needs nerve extraction. A denervated baby tooth cannot be filled because it may crack or break. In this situation, the pediatric dentist uses pre-made metal veneers, which are special veneers for children’s milk teeth and are called S.S.CROWN.
First, the pediatric dentist in Canada numbs the repaired area with gel and then numbs the inside of the gum with a local anesthetic injection. After anesthetizing the target area, the decay is removed and the tooth is shaved to fit the crown. In the last stage, the veneer is placed on the entire tooth and the entire tooth is placed under the veneer. In this way, placing the child’s milk tooth veneer is done in one session. It is recommended to prevent the child from eating food until the numbness is completely removed because the child may accidentally bite his lip or cheek and cause a painful injury to his mouth.
When a milk tooth decays, it must be treated and then the tooth must be restored with special veneers to restore its functionality completely. Some parents think that children’s teeth do not need treatment and in case of decay it is not necessary to cover them, they leave the tooth alone and with this misconception cause serious and irreparable complications to their children.