At your kid’s initial appointment, we will take their medical and dental history and then review their dental health. We make sure children are comfortable and take the time to explain what is needed why and how its going to be done Our dentist believes all this goes a long way in ensuring children have a pleasant experience and build a solid foundation of Dental health we are conveniently located just North of Hwy 401 and Hurontario in Mississauga.
Your child’s first visit and subsequent appointments are important as they will form the foundation for healthy teeth. At your child’s initial appointment, we will review their medical and dental history. We ask that parents come prepared with relevant medical and other information that they feel is important for us to know. With this information we can provide tips, tricks, techniques and concerns to watch for in their child’s dental health.
Following a review of their medical history, we will perform a visual examination of their mouth.
For older children, we may want to take an X-ray of their mouth to help identify any decay between the teeth that is not evident during their clinical examination. An X-ray will also help us determine that their teeth are coming in the way they should.
We not only enjoy interacting with young ones, but we also understand it can be scary to visit the dentist and we do everything possible to ensure it’s a comfortable and inviting visit knowing it’s important to showcase that dental and oral health is a part of their overall health.
Allow us to make your child’s visits to our dental offices pleasant, and help form a trusting and long relationship!
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Our office is equipped with the tools and expertise to deal with early childhood cavities in children . The presence of early childhood cavities, left untreated, may with time lead to serious dental infections, pain and possible emergency visits. Prevention is the best option!
Prevention is made possible with an early visit to a dentist. The American and Canadian Academies of Pediatric Dentistry and the Canadian Dental Association recommend that all children see a dentist by the age of 1 or within 6 months of the eruption of their first tooth.