Dr. Timothy Glomb is a leading pediatric dentist in DeBary, FL, committed to creating a relaxing, positive dental experience for your child. His goal is to establish long-term, trusted relationships with every family he serves.
Comprehensive Pediatric Dental Services in DeBary
Are you looking for the perfect pediatric dentist? From preventative care to fillings, sealants, pediatric crowns, emergency care, and more, Dr. Glomb is ready to help! Our experienced team is prepared to promptly provide almost any dental service your child needs.
A sealant is a strong, tooth-colored material designed to bond to tooth enamel. Sealants are painted onto the tooth surface to seal pits and grooves and protect against decay. We recommend applying sealants to children's teeth once their permanent back teeth are in place.
A crown is a dental restoration that completely covers and encircles a tooth. In cases of damage, decay, or if a root canal is performed, a crown may be needed to protect the remaining tooth structure.
Excellent oral health can start at an early age. Whether it’s making sure teeth are developing properly or ensuring that no plaque is collecting on a smile, we do everything possible to protect your child’s teeth and gums.
Dr. Glomb knows that creating a safe and comfortable dental experience is essential for children beginning to learn healthy oral habits. That’s why our office offers safe IV sedation for children. We understand that visiting the dentist can cause anxiety and discomfort, so we work with a trained pediatric anesthesiologist to give your child a relaxing and positive experience.
Is IV Sedation Safe?
Yes. We go to great lengths to ensure your child is safe during sedation dentistry. Not only do we review every case to ensure a child is a good candidate for sedation, but we bring in a trained pediatric anesthesiologist to perform the procedure.
Is My Child a Candidate for IV Sedation?
To Dr. Glomb, every case as a unique situation. He reviews the patient’s specific dental needs and medical history to assess if they are a good candidate for IV sedation. We believe in transparent care, so if you have any questions about IV sedation, please don’t hesitate to ask.
Also known as a baby root canal, this is required when decay has reached the nerve of a baby tooth. We recommend this treatment to preserve the tooth so that it can fall out naturally. Unlike adult root canals, this is a very short procedure that only requires part of the tooth pulp to be removed.
Pediatric Digital X-Rays
Dental x-rays, or radiographs, allow us to see what’s really happening with your child’s oral development. These items include cysts, cancerous and non-cancerous tumors, invisible decay between teeth, and the location of teeth that haven’t grown in.
Dr. Glomb’s practice uses the highest-quality, tooth-colored restorations to create healthy, beautiful smiles. Since the composite material adheres directly to the tooth enamel, less preparation of the tooth is required before using it. This means it is more durable and provides a more natural-looking result for your smile.