Your Winnipeg Dentist
Visit the office of Dr. Adriana Salles and Dr. Mitch Vodrey for pediatric dental services in Winnipeg. We’re committed to providing a warm and welcoming environment for children of all ages, from the newest-born infants to 18 years of age.
It’s important to establish good oral hygiene from an early age. Bring your children to us and start them on the path to dental health.
New Patient Exams
Cavities can happen very quickly in baby teeth due to the combination of feeding habits, poor cooperation about oral hygiene, or parents’ uncertainty about proper techniques.
That’s why we recommend you bring your child to us by the time they’re age one to check for weak enamel and to give you practical advice to prevent problems.
Checkups & Cleanings
Get a head start on your child’s preventative care with routine checkups and cleanings every six months to guard against cavities and other dental problems from ever forming.
When your child is referred to us by your family dentist, we’ll book a consultation so that they can become acquainted with our office and our staff.
This helps us get to know your child’s needs and behavior, as well as giving us time to discuss treatment options.
We use dental sealants to prevent cavities in your child or teen. They're applied to the grooves of molars to act as a defense against cavity-causing bacteria.
While baby teeth are nature’s best space maintainer, they don’t always work the way they’re supposed to. If space isn’t kept open for the adult teeth, it can cause problems.
Space maintainers ensure your child’s teeth grow in just right.
We use tooth-colored fillings on smaller cavities to preserve the natural look of your child’s teeth.
For large cavities on baby molars, fillings may not be enough. We can use grey stainless steel crowns or white zirconia crowns to protect your child’s teeth and their overall oral health.
We use dental extractions for issues such as crowding, over-retained baby teeth, or painful and infected teeth. We can perform general extractions for your child using local anesthesia.