Routine dental care is just as important for kids as it is for adults. At Manor Park Dental in Ottawa, we can tailor our services to meet your child's oral health needs, and keep their smile healthy and happy.
Early Positive Dental Experiences
At Manor Park Dental, we want to help children feel relaxed during their dental appointments so they can develop a trusting relationship with their dentist and maintain exceptional oral health today and into adulthood.
We offer a range of dental services for Ottawa kids and their developing smiles and strive to provide your child with the most positive dental experience possible.
We realize that going to the dentist can be an intimidating experience, so we strive to keep the environment friendly, calm and inviting. We will work at your child's pace, take breaks if they get overwhelmed, and explain each step of the process.
Your Child's First Visit
Babies should visit a dentist by the time they turn six months of age, or at least by their first birthday. By this time, baby's first teeth, or primary teeth, are beginning to emerge and it is a crucial time to spot any issues before they become larger problems.
Dental Services for Kids
At Manor Park Dental, our services can be customized to meet your child's oral health needs, and keep their smile healthy.
- Preventive Dental Hygiene
Seeing the dentist for regular exams and cleanings when your child is young will help protect the primary teeth until they are ready to fall out and have the permanent teeth replace them.
During each appointment, we will review proper preventive hygiene techniques to ensure your child's smile is getting the proper care at home.
- Restorative Dental Services
If your child is at risk of decay, develops a cavity, or is experiencing misalignment issues, your dentist may also recommend restorative treatments such as dental fillings and mouth guards.
- Children's Orthodontics
If your child is experiencing orthodontic issues such as bite problems, facial asymmetry, crowding of teeth, headaches, or other symptoms, early orthodontic treatment may be able to help correct them.