Positive Early Dental Experiences
Are you looking for a dentist for your child? Our children's dental services are designed to provide the care your little ones deserve. Our team of dentists strive to make dental visits comfortable and enjoyable for children of all ages.
We understand that going to the dentist can be a scary experience for kids, which is why we try to go above and beyond to create a positive and welcoming environment. With our friendly and gentle approach, we aim to alleviate any anxiety your child may have. Our dentists will work at your child’s pace, take breaks when needed and explain every step of the appointment in a kid-friendly way.
Your child's oral health is our top priority. Schedule an appointment with us today and let us show you how we can make your child's dental visit a positive and stress-free experience.
Your Child's First Visit
It's a good idea to take your child to the dentist when they reach six months old, or by their first birthday at the latest. At this stage, your baby's first teeth, the primary teeth, are starting to come in. It's important for us to keep an eye out for any issues, so we can address them early on before they become big concerns.
Dental Services for Kids
At Gloucester Dental Centre, we can tailor our services to meet your child's oral health needs to keep their smile healthy.
Preventive Dental Hygiene
Visiting the dentist for regular exams and cleanings when your child is young will help preserve the primary teeth until they are ready to fall out and be replaced by their permanent teeth.
Establishing good oral hygiene habits from a young age can also help prevent tooth decay and cavities. That’s why our dentists will also teach kids about the importance of oral health and help them develop an at-home routine.
Restorative Dental Services
Early intervention through restorative dental care can ensure proper oral development and alignment, reducing the need for extensive treatments in the future. It can also help by treating cavities and reducing further decay.
If your child is at risk of tooth decay, develops a cavity or is experiencing misalignment issues, your dentist may recommend restorative treatments like fillings or crowns.