Brampton Children's Dentistry

Our Brampton dentist offers paedodontic or children’s dentistry to babies and early adolescents.

It is recommended by the Canadian Dental Association President that children should have their first dental visit before turning one year of age. In fact, a child should ideally see the dentist six months after the appearance of their first tooth, or by their first birthday at the latest.

Little smiles matter just as much as adult smiles

By taking your child to see the dentist before they turn one, this provides an opportunity to learn about how you can properly care for their teeth and gums as they grow. You can also discuss issues such as thumb sucking, pacifiers, proper diet, injury prevention and proper toothpaste use with our Brampton dentist.

Your child’s first dental visit, as well as all of the regular visits that follow, allow for early determination and intervention of potential dental problems such as tooth decay. These initial visits also provide proper education regarding oral health care, as well as information on your child’s growth and development.

Instilling these dental values and habits early on in a child’s life will help to set them up for long-term oral health success as they grow into adults.

Meet our friendly Brampton dentist today

Our Brampton dentist will be happy to educate you and your child about dental health care habits and routines. Establishing an understanding of good oral health care at an early age can lead to a healthy mouth for life!