Dental and oral health Children


Oxford County Public Health offers oral health education to school-age children and youth and, through support from the Government of Ontario, basic and emergency dental care to children in need.

Care for children

  • Providing free preventative services (teeth cleaning, scaling, polishing, fluoride, sealants, oral hygiene instruction) at our Public Health clinic for all ages.

  • Basic dental care to children 17 years and under through the province's Healthy Smiles Ontario program (e.g.,  full range of preventive and early treatment dental services including check-ups, cleaning, fillings, x-rays, scaling and more).

  • Baby Oral Health Program (BOHP) screening for infants and toddlers.

To find out if your child qualifies, call the Clinic at 519-539-9800 ext. 3510 or 1-800-755-0394.

Dental health promotion and education

Public Health works to promote the dental and oral health of the community as a whole through dental health campaigns, media campaigns, community events and school events.

In addition, public health dental hygienists screen more than 5,000 school children between kindergarten and grade eight every year for cavities or other oral health issues.

 Community Dental Services
519.539.9800, ext. 3510 | Toll-free 1.800.755.0394

93 Graham Street, Woodstock (corner of Graham St. & Buller St.)