Kids Dentistry

A Winnipeg Leader in Kids Dental Services

Through our sister clinic, Kids Dental, we offer a full spectrum of in-house dental health services for children, including check-ups, cleanings, reconstructive dentistry, root canal treatments, pulp therapy, nutritional counselling, behavioural management and orthodontics.

We are an interdisciplinary clinic of general dentists, pediatric dentists, orthodontists, periodontists, hygienists, dental assistants and administrators, all working together with you and your child in a single facility.

Your Kids Will LOVE Grinich Village

Remember when you went to the dentist as a child and you were lucky if there was a fish tank? This is not that type of dentist’s office! Welcome to the Grinich Village School of Magical Dentistry! We want to engage your child in a fun, magical journey of discovery that keeps them excited to return to the dentist. Our unique discovery area, the Grinich Village School of Magical Dentistry, is filled with entertainment for children of all ages! It includes iPads, games, movies, a play kitchen, photo booth and so much more! Grinich Village is truly a magical and fun way to ensure that your children look forward to their next dental visit!

Teaching Children About Oral Health

Our job is about much more than fixing and cleaning teeth — as dental professionals, it is our responsibility to educate and empower children to maintain fantastic oral health. From tooth brushing demos using stuffed animals to nutritional education, brushing/flossing charts, prize draws and more, we make the entire process fun and educational.

It’s About More Than Beautiful Smiles

Children who grow up cavity-free are more resistant to diabetes and heart disease later in life. When you begin to realize that proper oral health in children has a much greater long-term impact than what meets the eye, it’s clear that getting kids educated early in proper brushing and flossing habits is essential.

When Should My Child Start Visiting the Dentist?

The Canadian Dental Association encourages the assessment of infants, by a dentist, within 6 months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age. The goal is to have your child visit the dentist before there is a problem with his or her teeth.