The dentist parents in Alliston, ON trust for compassionate children’s dentistry
Your child probably doesn’t realize it, but he or she relies on you for healthcare decisions that will have an advantageous impact for many years to come. You can count on Dr. Oksana Vozna to provide preventative, restorative, and developmental services to make that a reality. While she and the team at Dominion Street Dental in Alliston, ON enjoy serving every patient, the office truly lights up when we see the smiles of little ones.
When to start dental care
Children’s dentistry gives Alliston, ON kids a healthy start. Dr. Vozna recommends scheduling the first visit around the child’s first birthday, or when you see the first tooth come in. If your child is older and has not yet been to the dentist, please don’t panic – it is never too late to schedule an initial appointment.
We keep this visit upbeat and low-stress for everyone involved. It is a chance to introduce the child to the friendly faces who will be providing future care, explore the office environment, and see that the dentist is a lifelong friend. This early positive experience sets the tone for your child’s ongoing attitude toward dental treatment.
At regular visits that follow, we count teeth and monitor oral development. The doctor answers your questions and provides guidance on pediatric dental topics that grow with your child:
- Baby bottle tooth decay
- Thumb sucking
- Teaching proper brushing and flossing technique
- Sweets, soda, and energy drinks
- Protecting teeth from trauma
- Cosmetic and bite issues
- Tobacco and other dentally-harmful peer pressure issues
Services that contribute to healthy smiles
At Dominion Street Dental, kids get the benefit of thorough cleanings and examinations, just as you do. We also offer topical fluoride treatment and sealants for strong teeth that resist tooth decay. If teeth are not coming in straight and even, interceptive or conventional orthodontics may be in order. Dr. Vozna can also create a custom-fit sports guard to protect your little athlete’s teeth and potentially lower risk of concussion.