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Paediatric dentistry
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  • Treatments suitable for children from six months to twelve years old.
  • Starting small guarantees good future oral health.
  • Behavioural therapy techniques that create positive incentives in children.
  • Orthodontic studies tailored to each child

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Paediatric dentistry is the branch of dentistry that involves solving the oral problems of children from six months to twelve years old.

The paediatric dentists at Enèresi have trained in children's dentistry: they are specifically aware of the treatments suitable for this age range and are experts in training and guiding parents and treating children. Familiarising children with dental surgeries and treatments from a young age makes them aware of the importance of good oral health when they are older.

At Enèresi we are aware how important it is, both for parents and children, for a visit to the dentist not to be an unpleasant experience. We therefore use behavioural therapy techniques that create positive incentives in children and thereby ensure they perceive visits to the centre as part of a game.

In the best hands

Paediatric dentistry involves children from a few months old to around the age of twelve. Prevention, monitoring, healing of small injuries and orthodontics are the most common treatments in this specialised field.

Meet our team 

  • Dr. Montse Galiano
    Head of the Paediatric dentistry, Orthodontics and Dental Aesthetics section
  • Dr. Míriam Garcia
    Head of the Paediatric Dentistry, Prosthetics and Dental Aesthetics Section

Further information on Paediatric dentistry

Stages of dental development in children

Stage one

From 6 to 36 months

The emergence of first teeth is an important moment in a child's life and represents the start of the formation of the deciduous teeth, also known as milk teeth. At this stage, which is characterised by the intermittent presence of discomfort and pain, the first teeth are monitored and small children start to be educated in oral hygiene habits.

Stage two

6 to 8 years

At this stage, children change their first teeth and it is at this time when the dentist begins to study oral morphology in order to prevent possible problems later. If teeth are badly aligned, this is time to perform an orthodontic study in order to determine the best treatment.

Stage three

10 to 12 years

In stage three, children change their deciduous molars for permanent molars. It is at this moment that the teeth are considered practically formed. At this stage general oral health is monitored and, if necessary, functional or interceptive orthodontics are introduced to correct problems of misalignment.

Success stories

Oriol, from Lleida

“I love going to Enèresi. I see how my teeth are being aligned while I have a good time.”

Eduard, from Lleida

“We thought it was impossible to treat my grandson. He’s now walking calmly and happily because of the clinic.”


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