2 Jane Street, Suite 505
Toronto, ON. M6S 4W3
Children’s DentistryYour child’s baby teeth are guides for their permanent smile. They need special care and treatment because of how easily decay can spread at this stage of life. Our pediatric dentists in Toronto recommend that you bring your little ones for their first dental visit between one and two years of age. With gentle care and a caring team of providers, these happy visits will form a favourable impression in both their smile as well as their mind.
Comprehensive Dental Care for Your KidsThe chance to create a winning smile for your child is not something we take lightly. We understand that you’re looking for the best fit for your child; a local dental practice (Bloor West Village) that makes your child feel safe to reduce anxiety; a practice that can seamlessly treat your child from their first dental exam right through their teenage years – from checkups and cleanings, to fillings and braces. We’ve got you covered with our professional dental services. With over 20 years of dental experience Dr. Kostirko is well aware of the anxieties that children may have when visiting a pediatric dentist. He has experienced them all. From the child that jumps right into his chair and opens their mouth with excitement to the child that won’t even walk through the reception door. Being a father himself, he understands that each child is unique and together with his clinical expertise and compassion he is able to care for their dental needs successfully.
Teaching Your Children Good Oral Health PracticesFrom an early age, your child should be taught the importance of maintaining good oral health. Here are a few ways you can start out by helping your child set themselves up for a healthy smile:
- Be the example for your child. It’s what grown-ups do, and your child will want to imitate you.
- When the first tooth erupts, clean it with a soft cloth. When back teeth come in, use a soft toothbrush.
- Make cleaning your child’s teeth a daily routine.
- Floss the baby molars. At about age eight or nine, your child should have the dexterity to floss. Show him or her how to do it.
- Find fluoridated toothpaste in a flavor that your child likes, and use only a pea-sized amount. Remind him or her not to swallow the toothpaste.
- Commend your child for flossing and brushing. Tell your child how beautiful and clean his or her teeth look afterward.Children Dental Services