Children's Dentist in Oakville
An important part of your childís future is a healthy, beautiful smile. It starts very early in life with their first appointment, on-going preventive dentistry and teaching your child the dental skills to guard their oral health and cherish the value of their teeth and gums for life. Itís our goal at Trafalgar Village Dental to do that and more for every child we see at our Oakville dental office. After all, we are parents too; children's dentistry is important to us as it is to you!
You can help make the first visit to the dentist enjoyable and positive by informing your child of the visit and explaining that the dentist and staff are caring and friendly. The less specific about the visit, the better; simply tell your child that we are going to teach him/how to brush and floss.
Parents are welcome to accompany their child for cleanings and new patient visits. All of our staff members at Trafalgar Village Dental are highly trained in helping children overcome anxiety, and we will even allow your child to sit in your lap if necessary.
Some of our child dentistry services at Oakville's Trafalgar Village Dental include:
Children's Dental Programs at Trafalgar Village Denta in Oakville!
- Infant oral health care and guidance
- Dental care for infants, toddlers, and children
- Nitrous oxide sedation
- Conscious sedation
- Disease risk appropriate preventative dental care
- Dental emergency and trauma management
Our Team of highly skilled dental professionals are thrilled to offer childrenís dentistry in Oakville with programming beginning at age one and continuing throughout their lives. Our topics will include: How to care for an infantís mouth, Oral habits, including finger and thumb sucking and pacifier use, proper use of fluoride, ways to prevent accidents that could damage the face and teeth and what to do in case of accident, teething and milestones of development, the link between nutrition and oral health.
Each age group will be led through age appropriate activities during the dental visit. Some activities may include: Brushing activities, story time, nutrition games and a visit with our dental puppet, as well as a ride in the chair.
Our programs are divided into these age groups:
Infant: Age 1-2
Toddler: Age 2-3
Preschool: Age 4-5
School Age: 6+
Tweens and Teens will also benefit from our programs as we strive to engage your child and encourage them to be active participants in their oral health. Activities may include using oral dyes to find plaque and bacteria in the mouth and even looking at plaque through a microscope!