Pediatric Solutions: "Your child's journey to a healthy future starts with us."
“Growing up can be tough, but we’re here to make it easier. Our pediatric program for children is designed with the aim of establishing healthy beginnings and building a strong foundation for their future.
"Healthy kids, happy families - that's our goal
We understand that children have unique dental needs and concerns. Our team of experienced and friendly pediatric dentists are trained to provide specialized care to children of all ages, from infants to adolescents. We use the latest dental technologies and techniques to ensure that your child receives the best care possible.
Our main objective is to ensure that your child stays in good health. We accomplish this by offering a range of services such as dental check-ups, cleanings, fluoride treatments, dental sealants, fillings and restorations, orthodontic evaluations, and treatments. In case of emergencies, we also provide prompt and efficient dental care.
The Canadian Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (CAPD) recommends that a child should see a dentist by their first birthday or when their first tooth erupts, whichever comes first.
Children should see the dentist every six months for a regular check-up and cleaning unless their dentist recommends more frequent visits due to specific oral health concerns.
During the first visit, the dentist will examine your child’s mouth and teeth, and check for any early signs of tooth decay or other oral health problems. They may also provide guidance on good oral hygiene practices and answer any questions you may have.
Yes, dental X-rays are generally safe for children. Pediatric dentists use the lowest possible dose of radiation to minimize any potential risks.
You can help your child maintain good oral health by encouraging them to brush their teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, floss daily, eat a balanced diet that’s low in sugar, and see the dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings.
If your child has a dental emergency, such as a knocked-out tooth or a severe toothache, contact your pediatric dentist right away.