Kid Friendly

"We feel there is nothing more beautiful than the joyful smile of a child.
Dr. Lee always states, “Having children in our practice is like having sunshine in our day."


We consider it a true privilege to be entrusted with your child’s dental health and are committed to creating a caring, positive environment that is fun and engaging at every visit. We believe it is important to build a genuine relationship of trust with each child and to tailor their dental care to meet their unique needs and personality. We take the time to teach good oral habits and proper techniques at an early age to ensure their success. Our goal is to empower every child, to give them confidence in their abilities and to partner with parents to achieve optimum dental health and a beautiful smile throughout their lives.


Both the Canadian and American Academies of Pediatric Dentistry as well as the American Dental Association recommend that a child’s first dental visit be scheduled around his or her first birthday. It is important to make this initial visit to the dentist fun, educational and positive for your child. An enjoyable and comfortable first visit builds trust and helps put the child at ease during future appointments. We strive to develop trust with your child from day one. We use simple and positive words to explain treatment procedures and refrain from using any words that could cause any unnecessary fear in your child. Our goal is to make every child feel safe, comfortable and cared for.

At this appointment we also demonstrate good brushing and flossing techniques and encourage you and your child to actively participate.

A child’s primary (or baby) teeth may begin to emerges as early as four months after birth. These teeth are usually lower incisors, and they are followed closely by the upper incisors. Most children have a full complement of 20 primary teeth by the age of three. The pace and order of emergence can vary from one child to another. Permanent teeth usually begin to emerge around the age of six; however this age can be variable depending on the individual child. Primary teeth play a vital role in proper chewing and eating, providing space for permanent teeth, guiding the permanent teeth into the their correct position, and permitting normal development of the jaw bones, muscles and speech patterns.

We generally recommend that children see a dentist every six months. This may vary depending on your child’s needs, eating habits and oral hygiene.

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