Why treat baby teeth?

Often times, parents ask us: "Why do I need to do fillings on baby teeth? Aren't they going to lose it anyway?" At Safari Children's Dentistry in Burlington and Milton, your child's dental health care is our top priority. Children will typically lose their front teeth between 5-8 years old. However, they will not lose their molars until they are 10-12 years old. Primary molars are extremely important because they serve as space holders for the following permanent teeth that are growing underneath. If a child loses his/her baby molar to early, his/her teeth starts shift as they gain more permanent teeth. This is why we fill cavities in primary molars! For more information, please check o

Paw Patrol - this year's top cartoon pick!

Our mission at Safari Children's Dentistry in Milton and Burlington is to make dentistry fun for your child. We understand that going to the dentist can be stressful so we have done all we can to make sure your child gets the best dental care they deserve. We have Netflix tv's on the ceiling so your child can pick his/her favourite show. So far, Paw Patrol is probably this season's favourite cartoon!

1st annual Halloween Buy Back Success!

After an exhausting day of weighing candy, we wanted to thank everybody for the support! We've decided to not only match the donation but to DOUBLE it, so we will be making a $500 donation to the hospital in the name of all of our patients. Can't wait to do it all over again next year.

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480 Bronte Street S.

Milton, ON L9T 9A9

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We are pediatric dentists serving children in Burlington, Oakville, and Hamilton.
We are pediatric dentists serving children in Burlington, Oakville, and Hamilton.
We are pediatric dentists serving children in Burlington, Oakville, and Hamilton.
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