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Children's Dentist Brantford
One of our goals is to make sure that this
and future generations of children grows up WITHOUT a fear of
the dental office. And according to our many satisfied parents,
we are doing just that! Our office is a relaxed and happy place
that children love to visit.
Your Child’s Dental Health is SO Important
Children’s dentistry is very different from adult dentistry.
Many people had unpleasant experiences at the dentist when they
were growing up. We want to ensure that sort of thing does not
happen with our young patients. We are proud to have a staff to
treat our younger patients with the understanding and compassion
The Ontario Dental Association recommends that children have
their first visit around their first birthday. First visits are
about screening for developmental abnormalities, which are rare,
but much easier to treat when caught early on. Helping children
form healthy oral habits and making their visits to the dentist
a fun experience will be the foundation of a lifetime of dental
We believe good children’s dentistry is about more than just
regular dental visits. Our job is to educate parents on good
dental habits that lead to healthy smiles that last a lifetime.
Dentist is Like Choosing
Children's Dentistry Brantford
The staff at Clarence Street Dental Group
understands this. Instilling good habits early, in an
environment that’s comfortable and fun, is essential for a
lifetime of good oral health.
Children are not able to brush well on their own. Because of
this, it is important for parents to be involved in their
child’s daily dental care. This ensures thorough cleaning as
well as the development of proper dental habits.
Little kids tend to eat more often during the day (grazing).
This results in a prolonged exposure to acid (every time you eat
you make acid), which may cause more cavities.
A tooth that is not as clean as it should be will be exposed to
acid when food and juice contact it. This acid often speeds up
the development of cavities. The good news is that identifying
poor dietary and hygiene habits, along with applying a fluoride
varnish to the mineralizing teeth, can significantly reduce the
chance of your child having a cavity. Sealants may be