Kids Dentist (Pediatric Dentist) in London and Mount Brydges, Ontario

If your child is complaining of pain in the tooth or if their front teeth have become discolored, visit us at our kid’s dentistry dental care center at London and MT Brydges, Ontario location. We know how problematic it can be when your child has to face discomfort due to pain in the tooth. Our expert team of dentists and their staff are well trained to handle all children related problems since dealing with kids is a much difficult task. We will answer all your queries related to the oral health of your child and even motivate them to brush their teeth daily by showing them the technique on models which they will find very interesting.

Kids Dentistry Services Offered With or Without Sleep Dentistry:

  • Root canal treatment of milk teeth and permanent teeth
  • Treating discolored milk teeth and permanent teeth
  • Treating cavities in both milk teeth and permanent teeth with white filling and stainless steel crowns
  • Fluoride application

  • Application of pit and fissure sealants

  • Treatment of teeth injuries due to sports or accidents

  • Treatment of crooked teeth

We also take referrals from other dental offices for sleep dentistry in kids. Please find and complete the digital copy in the forms section.

Call now South London – (519) 681-0320 | North London – (519) 681-0320 |Call now MT Brydges – (519)518-3683


South London
769 Southdale Rd E, London,
On N6E 3B9

North London
1700 Hyde Park Rd,
London, ON
N6H 5L7

Tel: (519) 681-0320



22262 MILL Rd, MT Brydges,
ON N0L 1W0
Tel: (519)518-3683

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Frequently Asked Questions About Pediatric Dentist:

1.When should I start taking my child to a dentist?

As soon as the first teeth erupt or by the age of 1 year; whichever is earlier.

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2.Are pacifiers harmful to my baby?

Not really. But if theyare used for longer than required, they may become a habit and harm your child’s dentition. If they are not willing to part with their pacifiers by the age of 3, you should visit a dentist.

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3.Which toothpaste should I use for my baby?

Any fluoride toothpaste will do. But the quantity should be monitored. For children below the age of 3, just a smear of toothpaste will do since such young children tend to swallow the toothpaste rather than rinse it out. For children of age 3-6 yrs, a pea-sized amount should be used, and they should be taught to spit it out and rinse their mouths. Children should not be exposed to excessive fluoride.

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4.My baby has no teeth. Do I still need to clean?

Yes. You will need to gently wipe the gums of the baby by the use of a clean cotton pad, or gauze piece dipped in drinking water.

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5.What should I do if my child has got toothache?

Rinse their mouth with lukewarm saline water and apply a cold compress if the area is swollen. Take them to the dentist immediately.

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6.Are milk teeth important?

Yes. Parents often ignore the health of their child’s milk teeth since they eventually shed and permanent teeth erupt in their place. However, rotten milk teeth will affect the erupting permanent ones and cause discoloration in them. Also, the early loss of milk teeth will cause crowding of permanent ones.

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7.My baby has got all the front teeth rotten. How does it happen, and what should I do?

If your baby has the habit of sleeping with the feeding bottle in their mouth, the sugar in the milk will cause the front teeth to decay. So, first and foremost, avoid the habit of your baby sleeping with the bottle in their mouth. Secondly, always clean their teeth before they go off to sleep.
If they have already lost their front teeth, visit your dentist as early as possible.

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8.What are oral habits?

When a child repeatedly performs the act of sucking thumb, mouth breathing, teeth grinding, thrusting their tongue outwards, these are termed as oral habits.

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9.How does it harm my child?

These habits will not only make your child’s teeth crooked but also affect the growth of their facial bone, thus causing a permanent distortion.

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10.what can I do to prevent them?

You can try to intervene by pulling out the thumb every time they put it in their mouth. But habits such as tongue thrust and mouth breathing will require special oral appliance which can only be prescribed and fabricated by your dentist. So make an appointment with him/her as soon as possible.

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11.What should I do if my child is not willing to brush teeth?

You can try to motivate your child by brushing the teeth of their dolls and teddies. You can show them the technique by demonstrating it on your teeth. Whenever you brush your teeth, hand them their toothbrushes and encourage them to copy you.

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12.How can I prevent tooth injuries to my child?

Your dentist will measure your child’s mouth and get a soft mouth guard fabricated by a dental lab. Whenever your child engages in a sports activity, encourage them to wear it. It will prevent any injury to your child’s teeth and soft tissues.

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