It is important to start early when it comes to dental healthcare. At River Oaks Dental, we aim to meet the dental health needs of Oakville children with tailored preventive and restorative services.
Making the Dental Experience Positive
River Oaks Dental is committed to helping children feel at ease during their dental appointments, motivating them to maintain good oral health today and into adulthood.
We offer a comprehensive range of dental services for the developing smiles of Oakville kids, and aim to deliver those services in a compassionate and positive manner.
We understand that going to the dentist can be an intimidating experience, so we strive to keep the environment calm, friendly and inviting at River Oaks Dental. We work at the pace each child is comfortable with. We give our child patients our full respect, taking breaks if they feel overwhelmed and explaining every part of the process so they can feel assured and confident from start to finish.
Your Infant's First Dental Appointment
Newborns should be seen by a dentist for the first time between the ages of 6 months and 1 year. The baby's first teeth, or primary teeth, usually will have begun erupting by this stage. It is a critical time to spot any problems before they become big concerns.
Dental Services for Oakville Kids
River Oaks Dental's services can be tailored to the oral health needs of your child, keeping their smile bright and healthy.
Preventive Dental Hygiene
The team at River Oaks Dental knows that great oral hygiene starts at home; we educate our child patients on proper oral hygiene at every appointment, to make sure their smile is getting all the care it needs.
Visiting the dentist for regular exams and cleanings when your child is young can both instill good dental habits and help preserve the primary teeth until they are ready to fall out and be replaced by permanent teeth.
Restorative Dental Services
If your child is at risk of decay, has developed a cavity, or is experiencing misalignment issues, your dentist may also recommend restorative treatments such as dental fillings and mouth guards to prevent lasting damage.