Children’s Dentistry

We Offer Complimentary Exams for Children (3 years of age or younger)

Copperstone Dental has an established Children’s Hygiene Program (Children’s Dentistry).  Our office is equipped with everything necessary to make your child’s visit enjoyable and positive.  We offer a Touch-2-Play gaming system in our large play area, as well as toys, books, and prizes.

Our goal is that our child patients have an enjoyable time at the office and are eager to continue future dental visits! Ultimately, Copperstone Dental strives to create a general awareness for good oral health. Early prevention and education help make long term care and maintenance possible.

When it comes to your child’s dental health, there are many things to take into account. Below are some general guidelines for dental health that parents may consider as their child grows and develops.

Children’s Dentistry 

Before Birth – Finish All Dental Work

To continue improvement in the oral health of children, parents must be diligent even before birth. Unbeknownst to most parents and providers, the bacteria responsible for dental cavities can be transferred from parents (primarily mothers) to their young offspring. Newborns are not actually born with the primary bacteria (Streptococcus mutans) necessary to cause dental cavities. Therefore it is recommended that parents have their dental treatment completed before the birth of their child to minimize the transference of Strep mutans. This can help minimize your child’s risk of developing early childhood cavities.

Infancy – Bedtime Bottles Should Only Contain Water

Another important fact to remember is never put your baby to bed with a bottle filled with anything but water. Milk, fruit drinks, apple juice, or sugar water in a bottle overnight can wreak havoc with developing teeth, often resulting in rampant dental cavities.

When Teeth First Come In – Begin Brushing

Another way to prevent early dental cavities is to begin brushing as soon as the first teeth erupt into the mouth. This should be done twice daily (once in the morning and once before bedtime) with very little toothpaste. Starting this pattern of home care early on will develop a healthy habit of good oral hygiene that will last a lifetime.

At 1 year – Begin Semi-Annual Exams

By one year of age, your child should have his or her first teeth and the first dental examination should follow soon thereafter. Regular checkups every six months should then be completed in order to maintain good oral health and treat issues while they are relatively small.

At 7-8 and 12 Years Old – Apply Dental Sealants

Dental sealants help prevent the development of dental cavities in newly erupted permanent back teeth (molars and pre-molars). They involve the application of a bonded material to seal off the deep grooves that these teeth possess. They are quick and easy to apply, but very effective in preventing the onset of cavities on these tooth surfaces.

At Copperstone Dental we feel that by encouraging proper techniques and dental care in a comfortable and caring environment, children will have an enjoyable time at our office and will be eager to continue future dental visits.

Children's Hygiene Program


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Monday Appointment Only
Tuesday 8:00am to 4:00pm
Wednesday 11:00am to 7:00pm
Thursday 11:00am to 7:00pm
Friday 8:00am to 4:00pm
Saturday 9:00am to 4:00pm
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Copperstone Dental

#119, 10 Copperstone Street SE
Calgary, Alberta
T2Z 0V4
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