We offer a range of routine procedures such as: dental exam, dental cleaning, radiographs, composite filling, stainless steel crowns, extractions and interceptive orthodontics. We also offer advanced services such as IV sedation, hospital dentistry, Clear Aligner treatments for select cases, special needs dentistry in conjunction to ABA therapy, behavior guidance, silver diamine fluoride and infant tongue tie releases . Visit flossbosspeds.com for a detailed list or call us at 908-751-0770!
Your Child’s First Visit
When is the right time to take your child for their first dentist visit? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that your child’s first dentist visit should be by 12 months or six months after the child’s first primary teeth erupts, whichever is earlier.
Your baby is special and we want to do everything to ensure that! According to the AAPD, your infant’s first visit to a pediatric dentist office should occur at twelve months or six months after the first tooth has erupted.
Routine Dental Visits
Regular dental cleanings are very important for your children. It is a crucial part of your child’s preventive oral health. During a typical dental cleaning session, one of our providers, will clean their teeth and evaluate the mouth for cavities, growth and the soft tissue for any infection.
Radiographs or commonly known as ‘dental xrays’ are recommended every 6 months to one a year based on the child’s age and cooperation. There are multiple different factors involved in when dentists take radiographs.
Dental caries is one of the most common chronic diseases in children. Good oral hygiene habits and regularly visiting the dentist can help in the prevention of dental caries.
Tongue-tie & Lip-tie
Tongue-tie can be described as a condition wherein an abnormally small frenulum (tissue tag) can restrict your oral functioning abilities.
Nerve treatments, also known as a pulpotomy, is the procedure of removing infected pulp or nerves from primary tooth. If left untreated,
Pediatric tooth extraction can be defined as the surgical removal of your child’s primary tooth. Your child might need to undergo extraction
Space loss is one of the most common dental issues among children who have lost their primary teeth prematurely.
Silver Diamine Fluoride
Silver diamine fluoride is a safe and effective chemical compound that helps to arrest cavities (stop the cavity from spreading).
Pediatric Emergency Dentistry
Floss Boss offers pediatric emergency dentistry services in Flemington, NJ. We have a board-certified pediatric dentist, Dr Sanghavi, and her team
Nitrous oxide sedation or commonly known as ‘laughing gas’ is a mild and safe procedure that is commonly in pediatric dentistry.
IV Sedation & Hospital Dentistry
The goal of IV sedation or hospital dentistry is to provide a safe, high-quality and efficient treatment in a comfortable environment.
Discolored teeth can hamper anyone’s facial appearance. Baby teeth are normally white, but their coloration might vary from one child to another.
Orthodontic Growth and Development
Orthodontic treatments involve procedures that will help your child or teenager get that perfect smile!
Common Dental Procedures
Dental fillings or commonly known as ‘bondings’ are one of the most common restorative procedures used by pediatric dentists
Behavior Guidance and Management
Apart from brushing, flossing, and maintaining oral hygiene, your child needs regular visits to the pediatric dentist to establish a rapport