Children's Dentistry


Prevent dental decay

Our mouth contains bacteria that feeds on the sugars in the foods we eat and the beverages we drink. This produces acid that can wear away the hard, outer shell of your tooth (enamel). This can lead to cavities. Fluoride protects teeth by making your teeth stronger and more resistant to acid, not only reducing the risk of cavities but even helping to reverse the early signs of decay.

Unfortunately some children are more susceptible to cavities than others - genetics and salivary flow (how much saliva your child’s mouth is producing in a day) play a big role in this.


Restoring cavities/decays

Spotting a cavity early means we are able to restore the tooth before the decay spreads to the nerve and starts causing pain.

X-Ray Imaging

X-rays are a fundamental part of a dentist’s ability to diagnose and monitor the health of dental health. Examinations that only rely on the visual examination by the dentist is not enough, because there are many aspects that the eye cannot see.

By taking x-rays dentists will be able to see much more, including the baby and permanent teeth, their growth and eruption and any dental and bone disease. They will also be able to evaluate any oral injuries, causes of any swelling in the mouth and cavities located in between the teeth.

Toothbrushing Station

Brushing before seeing the dentist!

If your child refuses to brush their teeth, it can make bedtime a nightmare. Plus, bad brushing habits can set your child up for a lifetime of tooth decay, infection and gum disease. But it doesn’t have to be this way…

That’s why we have created the Toothbrushing Station at the clinic - a fun way for your child to fall in love with brushing their teeth. Think giant toothbrushes, jungle-themed animal brushing stations!

Myofunctional Therapy

Early interventions for misalignment in Kids

Dentists often prescribe Myofunctional therapy to correct improper oral habits. Believe it or not, inadequate chewing, breathing, tongue positioning and even swallowing patterns can have a negative impact on your oral health.

Over the years, many of us may develop bad oral habits. What we don’t learn until we’re much older is that these upset routines can affect our mental and physical health.

And yes— that includes your teeth.

You can develop overbites and crooked teeth by simply swallowing incorrectly for too many years (yes, really).

So that’s what Myofunctional therapy aims to correct.


If your child has a dental emergency, remember to remain calm, and book an appointment for us to attend during the working hours (subject to the availability of slots)