Up to one-one and a half years of age
Clean you child's teeth with a warm damp cloth after each feeding. Liquids such as formula, milk, breast milk, and juices contain sugars which can pool against teeth and gums. Bacteria in turn feeds on these sugars leaving acidic plaque behind. This can result in decay often referred to as 'baby bottle decay'.
If your child drinks these types of liquids avoid leaving them with the bottle for prolonged periods and be sure to clean their teeth throughout the day.
If your child takes a bottle to bed ensure that it is filled with water only and remember to wash their teeth and gums in the morning regardless.
Our fees are based on the most current Ontario Dental Association fee guide for General Practitioners for general dental services and the most current Ontario Dental Association fee guide for Specialists for specialty dental services.
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At Kaydental, we believe that a fair fee is one of the key features in building a strong patient-doctor relationship. At our North York dental office, we follow the suggested fee guide for General Practitioners from the Ontario Dental Association (ODA) in order to maintain pricing stability and keep patients in the know about the price of every service and product they pay for.
If you have any questions about the costs of any of our dental services, please contact us so one of our staff members can clarify and guide you through the price determinations.