We opened our pediatric dental clinic for kids dentistry & orthodontics in Labrador City to offer people from across the province a wide range of orthodontic and pediatric dentistry treatments under one roof.
While we specialize in children’s care, all our patients—regardless of their age—love the friendly atmosphere at our pediatric dental office.
At LOL Dental Labrador City you will find all the care you need for the whole family:
Kids dentist Dr. Lyna Naseri: "As a pediatric dentist, I understand that parents want their children to have clean, healthy, beautiful teeth. But we hear all the time that choosing the right pediatric dentist is complex, overwhelming, and expensive. Something we hear constantly is “How do I know that this dentist is right for me and my child?”
At LOL Dental we believe that choosing a pediatric dentist should be simple, cost-effective, and clear. LOL Dental has been in practice for 10+ years, is highly certified, and provides dental services for over 1000+ happy clients!
LOL Dental Labrador City strives to provide clarity around treatment processes, dental materials, and pricing.
The beautiful town of Labrador City is located in western Labrador and part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is located close to the Quebec border and has a population of approximately 7,220 (as of 2016). Close to Labrador City is the small town of Wabush, with a population of approximately 1,906 (as of 2016).
Labrador City and Wabush are known together as the "twin towns" of Labrador West. Labrador City is known for it's primary industry of iron ore mining and the town motto is "Kamistiatusset", a Naskapi word which means "land of the hard-working people".
The town crest is a snowy owl holding a scroll on top of a black spade digging into the red earth, which is flanked by two caribou. Snowy owls and caribou are native to the Labrador City area and the emblem represents iron ore mining.
Labrador City has a continental subarctic climate, with mild summers and extremely cold winters. Precipitation is heavy year round and more so in the summer because of the strong Icelandic Low towards the east, which drives cold, damp and unstable air onto the region.
Snowfall is very heavy for seven months each year and can accumulate to be as high as 218 centimetres (85.83 in).