Children's Dentistry

It’s estimated that 1 in 3 children will have at least one cavity before the age of 11. We make sure that your child is getting the best dental care from our specially-trained experts. Great oral health begins in childhood, where cavity prevention and biological disorders can be treated as early as possible.

What is Children’s Dentistry?

Pediatric dental care focuses on treating and diagnosing conditions affecting the teeth, mouth, and jaws.

There is an array of exams that are performed for children, including:


Your child will benefit extremely from receiving the proper comfort and care at our office. It’s our top priority to make sure that your child is provided with a beautiful smile in the process.

Children will benefit from:

Dental Sealants

Sealants are a great way for your child to prevent cavities form occurring. They are a protective coating placed over your child’s back teeth to safeguard from bacteria and food particle accumulation.

Cleft Lips/Cleft Palate

Cleft lips are a common condition treated among 700 children a year. A cleft lip occurs when the sides of the lips are unable to connect during the fetal stage inside the mother’s womb.

When children have cleft lips, they may experience a series of risks such as speech impediments, feeding, hearing loss, and dental issues. This is a serious yet treatable condition where we transform your child’s overall smile.

Are You Looking for Children’s Dentistry in Austin?

If you are in need of children’s dentistry in Texas, look no further than Glauser Family Dentistry! Your child should be able to smile again with ease. Our specialists for pediatric dentistry always put your child’s needs first so they can live a brighter, and healthier future.

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Our team at Glauser Family Dentistry is continually taking every possible measure to ensure the safety of our patients, staff, and dentists. You can schedule an appointment with us with the comfort and knowledge that we are taking every precaution to make patient safety our top priority. Maintaining the health of your teeth and gums is a vital part of oral hygiene. The American Dental Association (ADA) has shown that dental care is safe in these times of a pandemic.”