Children’s Dentistry – Frisco, TX

Giving Kids and Families More Reasons to Smile

At Blue Star Smiles, there are few things that our team members love more than watching young smiles grow into beautiful and healthy adult grins. If you want your child’s smile to last a lifetime, you need to make sure they start getting quality dental care from the earliest possible age. The services that we provide will help lay the foundation for lifelong oral health, and our team will teach your little ones everything they need to know about dental health. Call today to set up your child’s next visit for children's dentistry in Frisco, TX.

Young person with healthy smile thanks to children's dentistry

Why Choose Blue Star Smiles for Children’s Dentistry?

  • Dental Team That
    Works for You
  • Friendly, Comfortable
  • Very Short
    Waiting Times

Children’s Dental Checkups & Teeth Cleanings

Dentist teaching young patient to brush teeth during dental checkup and teeth cleaning visit

When your child visits our dental office for the first time, they’ll probably need some time to get used to the new environment. Our team values trust with patients of all ages, so we’ll always give your little ones the personalized care they need to stay comfortable. During each appointment, we’ll take our team cleaning the areas of the mouth that your child is having trouble cleaning on their own, and we’ll address any concerns you might have about the way their mouth is developing.

Dental Sealants

Animated smile with dental sealants

Cavities can occur anywhere in the mouth, but they are especially likely to affect the molars since they’re in an area that’s harder to reach with a toothbrush and have deep grooves that can hold trapped bacteria and debris. Children who are still learning how to brush well tend to have a hard time taking care of their molars by themselves. By protecting the molars with clear plastic coatings called dental sealants, we can give your little one up to 10 years of extra protection for their vulnerable teeth.

Fluoride Treatment

Young dental patient receiving fluoride treatment

Children between the ages of 6 months and 16 years should have some form of fluoride every day to ensure that their teeth are as strong and decay-resistant as possible once they reach adulthood. To help the development process, we can apply concentrated fluoride directly to your child’s teeth in just a few minutes. This is typically done as part of a regular checkup, especially if we have reason to believe that your child is at a higher-than-average risk for cavities.

Dental Fillings

Animated smile with dental fillings

Do you remember the days when most fillings were made of metal? Nowadays, it’s more common to use a tooth-colored composite resin to repair minor dental damage. This lets us fix your child’s smile in a natural-looking way so that they can be confident smiling in front of the other kids at school. Also, composite resin doesn’t need any undercutting of the tooth before being placed, unlike traditional amalgam fillings; that means that your child will get to keep more of their natural tooth.