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Take Advantage of March Break to Take Care of Your Child's Smile!

As March Break approaches, many families are gearing up for a week-long break from the regular routine. While it's a great time to take a family vacation, spend time with friends and relatives or just relax, it's also a good opportunity to take your kids to By The Lake Dental for their routine hygiene visit or to finish up any outstanding dental treatment. At By The Lake Dental, our goal is to ensure that your child has the most positive dental experience while creating a comfortable, safe and fun environment.

Why is kids' dentistry important?

Maintaining good oral health is important at any age, but it's especially crucial during childhood. Children's teeth and gums are still developing, and early intervention can help prevent more significant dental issues down the road. Here are a few reasons why kids' dentistry is so important:

  • Preventing cavities: Cavities are common in children, but they're also entirely preventable. Regular hygiene visits, along with good brushing and flossing/picking habits at home, can help prevent cavities and keep your child's teeth healthy.

  • Early intervention: If your child does develop dental problems, early intervention can make a big difference.

  • Establishing good habits: Regular visits to the dentist can help establish good oral health habits in children. By making dental visits a regular part of your child's routine, you can help set them up for a lifetime of good oral health.

"Amazing doctor and fantastic staff. Very clean and family atmosphere. A great place for all your dental care. Highly recommended."


How can you make the most of March Break for kids' dentistry?

March Break is an ideal time to book an appointment for your child. Here are a few tips to make the most of the break and prioritize your child's oral health:

  • Schedule early: The March Break is a popular time for families to visit the dentist, so it's a good idea to book your child's appointment in advance. At By The Lake Dental, we have two locations (Ajax and Scarborough, Ontario) with convenient hours to better serve our communities.

  • Talk to your child: If your child is nervous about going to the dentist, take the time to talk with them about what to expect. Explain that the dentist is there to help keep their teeth healthy and answer any questions they may have. We have more information about children's dentistry on our website, including pictures of some “little patients” having fun at By The Lake Dental. This will certainly make them more confident and comfortable.

  • Make it fun: Going to the dentist shouldn’t be a scary experience. At By The Lake Dental, in addition to highly trained professionals to assist your child, after the appointment the smaller kids can choose a treat from our treasure chest!! You can also start the fun experience even before going to the office by downloading fun drawings for them to colour.

"A great family dentist especially for young kids! They have tv screens to help kids relax and add personal touches to their take away bags. Very clean and up to date technology."


Take advantage of the upcoming March Break and book an appointment - your child's smile will thank you!

By The Lake Dental offers:

✅ +10 years caring for our community’s oral health needs

✅ A Platinum+ Invisalign dental office

✅ Direct billing to benefit provider

✅ Cutting-edge technology

✅ Full service family care

✅ Concierge experience

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Call us today: Ajax 905-428-2111, Highland Creek 416-284-8282.


By The Lake Dental is a full service – ‘one-stop shop’ - dental experience, where you and your family will have your dream smile come true. Whatever your dental needs are, we will deliver the right treatment plan for you. For us every smile does matter and our dental team is able to take care of and transform every single one of them.




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