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Pediatric Dentistry in Brantford

We understand the importance of nurturing healthy habits in our young ones because we’re parents too. We encourage parents to bring their children for their first dental visit around their first birthday. This introduces them to the dental office in a safe and enjoyable way.

What You Can Expect When Visiting Us

We understand that our tiniest patients require extra attention, time, and care. That’s why our office’s pediatric dentistry was meticulously designed to address every aspect of your child’s dental care in a kind and gentle manner.

When you and your children visit our office, you can:
– Watch Netflix and Disney+ in our patient lounge and in the rooms during treatment
– Enjoy popcorn after appointments
– Book convenient after-school and weekend appointments
– Book appointments for your entire family to be seen at the same time
– Experience gentle and compassionate care that motivates children to look forward to their future visits

Meet Our Pediatric Hygienist – Steph

Have you met Steph, our dedicated pediatric hygienist? She absolutely loves working with kids and has designed a room just for them. Steph takes her young patients on an imaginative trip to outer space, making dental cleanings a surprisingly fun experience. She is passionate about giving your children the best dental experience and loves hearing them express excitement about their next visit. To book an appointment for your child (12 and under) with Steph, simply request it when scheduling their hygiene appointments.

Pediatric Dentistry Services

We provide a comprehensive range of Brantford pediatric dentistry services to ensure your child’s oral health:


The removal of a baby tooth that can no longer be restored.

Fillings (White or Silver)

Restorative procedures for teeth affected by decay.

Fluoride Treatments

Preventative treatments to protect and remineralize enamel on teeth that are at high risk for cavities.


Laser removal of a small fold of tissue that connects the tongue to the bottom of the mouth or attaches the lip to the gum above the two top front teeth or below the bottom two front teeth.

Hygiene Exams

Thorough exams for diagnosing decay detected from x-rays.

Porcelain and Stainless Steel Crowns

Caps placed to protect the integrity of the tooth structure, commonly used on teeth that have undergone a pulpotomy or have extensive decay-related damage. This prevents the tooth from fracturing further.


The removal of part or all of the nerve in a baby tooth, often done to save a severely decayed or infected tooth.


Protective coverings placed on the chewing surfaces of molars to prevent cavities in teeth with deep grooves.

Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF)

A special type of fluoride treatment brushed onto baby teeth to halt tooth decay.

Space Maintainers

A device that is used to preserve and safeguard the space in the arch where a tooth has been lost. They remain in place until the tooth begins to emerge.

Sedation Options for Your Child’s Comfort

We understand that dental visits can be a nerve-racking experience for some of our patients, especially our younger ones. Many children benefit from sedation for their dental treatment to ease anxiety and ensure success. We offer many sedation options and will help you choose the right one for your child:

Nitrous Oxide (Laughing Gas)

Nitrous oxide is the most common form of sedation for children, helping them relax and making their visit more comfortable. Your child will need to refrain from eating 2-3 hours before the appointment (clear fluids are okay).

Oral Sedation

This is a slightly stronger form of sedation provided as a “drink” in-office, sometimes referred to as Conscious Sedation. It helps your child relax and may induce a slightly amnesic feeling. After treatment, your child will need to spend the rest of the day at home as the effects of sedation may last a few hours. Your child will need to refrain from eating and drinking 6 hours before the appointment.

General Anesthesia

This is the strongest form of sedation, allowing your child to sleep through their dental visit. This option is offered when your child is highly anxious or has considerable dental needs. It often allows all necessary dental treatment to be completed in a single visit. After treatment, your child will need to spend the rest of the day at home as they may be drowsy. Your child will need to refrain from eating and drinking for 8 hours before the appointment.

Our Brantford pediatric dentistry services make your child’s comfort and well-being a top priority. We look forward to serving you and your family with the highest level of care and compassion.