Why Your Child Should See a Pediatric Dentist

Specialized in treating children’s teeth, we understand the unique problems that children face. From anxiety, cavities and improving oral hygiene, we ensure your child has a positive experience and feels comfortable in a fun and caring environment. Are you ready for your child to experience the difference of a pediatric dental office?

Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry

Treatment for infants, school aged children and adolescents.

Orthodontics

Orthodontics

Creating Happy, Confident Smiles

Sedation Dentistry

Sedation Dentistry

Does your child need extra support when visiting the dentist?

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Parents Trust Us!

Our Treehouse Kids Club is always accepting new smiles.

From their first visit to their future care, making sure that your child has a positive experience when they first begin visiting the dentist will help avoid feelings of anxiety about dental appointments and procedures in the future.

All dentists are qualified to care for a child’s oral health, however, a Pediatric Specialist or Dentist who limits their practice to children is often ideal. They are equipped to handle patients who have special needs or unique circumstances. We are a group of dentists focused on children’s oral health care and can be found accross the GTA; located in Toronto, Thornhill and Etobicoke.

We’d be honoured to be a part of your child’s oral health journey. A referral is not necessary, although many parents/caregivers believe it is. Reach out to us seven days a week to ask any questions you may have or to schedule your child’s first dental appointment.

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