Children’s Dentist in Oakville
Are you looking for a children’s dentist near you in Oakville? At Dr. Simon Pong, we see children as young as 2 years old. Take the first step in your child’s dental health journey and book a consultation with our team today.
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Going to the dentist doesn’t have to be intimidating! At Dr. Simon Pong, we believe that a dentist for kids should provide a fun and safe experience for their patients. We are committed to making your child’s visit to the dentist easy and comfortable, with friendly staff, customized loot bags, and a kids’ playroom in the waiting area.
We understand that each of our patients’ situations is unique, which is why we also offer an initial consultation for new patients with children. During this consultation, we will discuss your child’s specific dental needs and create a plan to promote their long-term health. You’ll also get a chance to learn more about our pediatric dental services and find out how we stand out as a kid’s dentist in the Oakville area!
Learn More About Our Children’s Dental Office
Our office is specifically designed to offer a safe, fun, and educational environment for children of all ages.
On each trip to our Oakville children’s dentistry office, your child can expect:
- A kids’ playroom in our waiting area, filled with toys, video games, movies, books, and more.
- A customized loot bag and a trip to the treasure box on each visit, where every child gets the chance to choose a special prize.
- Friendly staff members who will take the time to get to know your children and educate them on basic dental care.
- TV monitors in all treatment rooms, so your child can watch their favourite Netflix show during their visit.
Our dental office also gives local schools near you in Oakville the opportunity to participate in our JK-SK school tours throughout the year. These tours are a great way for young children to learn about our kid’s dentist office and the importance of dental health.
Our Pediatric Dental Services
Early dental care will put your child on the right track for a happy and healthy life, so it’s important to find a pediatric dentist in Oakville that will be there for your child throughout their lives, from first teeth to braces, and beyond.
Our team takes a proactive approach to children’s dental care. We use diagnodent to detect cavities at a very early stage (2-3-year-olds), which minimizes the use of dental x-rays.
Whether your children are new to dentistry or are older and getting braces, we’re happy to provide each and every one of our young patients with a great experience. Let us help your child along their journey to having a healthy, beautiful smile!
Frequently Asked Questions About Children’s Dentistry
How Do You Avoid Causing Dental Anxiety In Children?
There are a number of ways that dental anxiety can take hold in children. In fact, dental anxiety (also called dental phobia, odontophobia, dentophobia, and dental fear) is extremely common and affects around 20% of the population. Learn more about ways we can help children avoid dentaphobia.
What Age Should Kids Start Going to the Dentist?
Creating a positive association with the dentist is the best way to establish a lifetime of oral hygiene care for your kids. What’s the best age to start this lifetime practice, and how young is too young? Read our blog to learn more.
Can Kissing Kids Give Them Cavities?
Tooth decay is caused by a bacteria called Streptococcus Mutans (SM), which can be transferred to your child’s mouth through saliva. Learn how to avoid transferring this SM bacteria to your children.
Is Invisalign a Good Option For Straightening Children’s Teeth?
Invisalign® is an innovative alternative to traditional metal braces. If you’re considering Invisalign for your kids, read more to find out whether invisible braces are a good choice for your teen.
Can You Help Your Teething Toddler To Feel Better?
When babies and toddlers are cutting their new teeth, it can be a tough time for everyone in the family. Find out some facts and tips about teething, to help you get through this difficult stage.
Can Bottle Feeding Have an Impact on Children’s Oral Health?
Research indicates that malocclusion (bite problems), tooth decay and crowded teeth can also stem from a diet containing too much soft food. Read on for some basic dietary guidelines that reduce the need for dental interventions down the line.