Your child’s smile is a valuable asset. When it’s time for your child to have a certain dental procedure, you probably wonder how it will affect their appearance. After all, the plan is for them to have that great little smile for as long as possible.
We’ll do our best to explain the outcome to you, but if you're still having a hard time imagining how a particular procedure will impact your child’s smile, please take a moment to browse through our Before and After photos.
This patient arrived with two chipped front teeth. At Poplin Pediatric Dentistry we took great care in performing an esthetic restoration.
This patient came in with a Fractured Permanent Incisor. Dr. Poplin was able to make his smile back to normal on the same day.
This patient arrived at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry in Austin, TX with discomfort from a fractured permanent incisor. The efficient and caring dental experts at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry were able to take care of his sensitivity and do restorative treatment to make his smile normal again.
This patient was referred to Poplin Pediatric Dentistry in Austin, TX by her orthodontist due to a lip tie. A Maxillary Labial Frenectomy was performed using the Solea Laser by the caring and compassionate experts at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry.
This patient arrived at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry to receive a Frenectomy for the lingual frenum. The Frenectomy was skillfully performed in a timely manner allowing the young patient to the very same day.
This particular patient received a Frenectomy procedure for the lingual frenum from the passionate and gentle experts at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry in Austin, TX.
This patient required a lingual frenectomy in order to improve their quality of life and ease eating and speaking. The team at Poplin Pediatric Dentistry performed the procedure efficiently and fixed the problem that very same day.
At Poplin Family Dentistry, Dr. Poplin and his team performed a lingual frenectomy on this patient in order to give them a full range of motion with their tongue to ease speaking and eating.
This patient has a condition where the enamel on their teeth is malformed. Dr. Poplin was able to remove the malformed enamel and place an esthetic restoration for this teenager.
This patient had damage to their baby teeth causing malformation of the permanent teeth. Dr. Poplin and his team were able to give this patient a bright, beautiful smile.
The posterior crossbite was corrected on this 4 year old so that her growth would be symmetric. (Note where the front teeth line up on the top and bottom)