Pediatric Dentist Edmonton

Children have unique dental needs and require specialized care to ensure their oral health and development.

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Children's Dental Clinic

We believe in the importance of early dental care and education to establish a foundation for a lifetime of good oral health. Our goal is to empower children and their families with the knowledge and tools they need to maintain healthy smiles and prevent dental problems before they arise.

Routine dental exams and cleaning
Dental sealants and fluoride
Cavity treatments
Children's Dental Clinic

Frequently Asked Questions

Everything you need to know!
At what age should my child first visit the dentist?
We recommend that children visit the dentist for their first check-up by their first birthday or within six months of the eruption of their first tooth. Early dental visits help establish a foundation for good oral health and allow the dentist to monitor your child's dental development.
How often should my child see the dentist?
Most children should visit the dentist every six months for routine check-ups and cleanings. However, the frequency of dental visits may vary depending on your child's individual oral health needs and risk factors. Your pediatric dentist will recommend a personalized schedule of dental visits based on your child's oral health status.
What can I expect during my child's first dental visit?
During your child's first dental visit, the dentist will perform a gentle examination of their mouth, teeth, and gums. They will also review your child's medical history and discuss important topics such as oral hygiene, diet, and fluoride use. The dentist may also provide guidance on teething, thumb sucking, and other common childhood oral habits.
Are dental X-rays safe for children?
Dental X-rays are safe for children when performed with appropriate precautions, such as using lead aprons and thyroid collars to minimize radiation exposure. X-rays are an important tool for diagnosing dental problems that may not be visible during a visual examination, such as cavities between teeth or problems with tooth development.
What should I do if my child experiences a dental emergency?
If your child experiences a dental emergency, such as a knocked-out tooth, severe toothache, or dental injury, it's important to seek prompt care from a pediatric dentist. Call our office immediately, and our team will provide guidance on how to handle the situation and schedule an emergency appointment as soon as possible.
How can I help my child feel more comfortable at the dentist?
There are several strategies you can use to help your child feel more comfortable at the dentist. Choosing a pediatric dentist who specializes in treating children and creating a kid-friendly environment. Reading books or watching videos about visiting the dentist to familiarize your child with what to expect. Role-playing dental visits at home to help your child feel more confident and prepared. Praising your child for their bravery and cooperation during dental visits and offering small rewards or incentives for positive behavior.
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I went a repair on a broken tooth and needed a crown. Dr. Iyad was very kind and careful throughout the entire process.

Kris B.

This clinic is amazing! Super friendly and efficient staff. I have been a patient since 2016 and have always been impressed!

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Nicole S.

This is an amazing clinic with responsive staff. I barely had any wait time. The dentist and the dental hygienist were also very amazing.

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