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When to Brush Your Teeth After Eating

When to Brush Your Teeth After Eating

Posted Jan 31st, 2018 in Helpful Tips for Parents, General Information, Pediatric Dentistry

While it may seem like a good idea to brush your teeth right away after eating, this isn’t necessarily the case!

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Is Teeth Whitening Safe for Kids?

Is Teeth Whitening Safe for Kids?

Posted Nov 22nd, 2017 in General Information, Pediatric Dentistry

For a few important reasons, our Langley children's dentists advise against the use of teeth whitening products for children.

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What is Puberty Gingivitis?

What is Puberty Gingivitis?

Posted Aug 16th, 2017 in General Information, Pediatric Dentistry

Puberty gingivitis is the most preventable type of gingivitis in children. This oral disease is very similar to that in adults, with a few differences.

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When & Why is Fluoride Treatment Necessary?

When & Why is Fluoride Treatment Necessary?

Posted Apr 19th, 2017 in Helpful Tips for Parents, General Information, Pediatric Dentistry

Fluoride is important to the healthy development of children’s teeth. Here, our Langley dentists explain why and when fluoride treatment is necessary.

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Primary Tooth Decay & Why It Matters

Primary Tooth Decay & Why It Matters

Posted Apr 5th, 2017 in Pediatric Dentistry

Primary teeth serve some very important purposes. They allow children to properly chew and digest their food, and act as guides or for the permanent teeth as they erupt.

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Order of Eruption: Primary Teeth

Order of Eruption: Primary Teeth

Posted Mar 22nd, 2017 in General Information, Pediatric Dentistry

If you’re wondering when you should start expecting your child’s baby teeth to come in, and in which order they’re going to erupt, review this handy guide from our Langley dentists!

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Lingual Braces For Teens

Lingual Braces For Teens

Posted Dec 7th, 2016 in Pediatric Dentistry

If your teen isn’t too keen on the idea of flashing a mouthful of metal each time she smiles, lingual (behind-the-teeth) braces may be a good orthodontic treatment choice.

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 What is Tooth Decay?

What is Tooth Decay?

Posted Aug 31st, 2016 in Pediatric Dentistry

Tooth decay (otherwise known as cavities or caries) is an oral disease that affects most people, both children and adults, at one point or another during their lifetimes. Luckily, it’s highly preventable!

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Dental X-Rays for Children

Dental X-Rays for Children

Posted Aug 24th, 2016 in Pediatric Dentistry

Dental X-Rays are an essential part of preventive dental treatment for children and adults. They are a valuable diagnostic tool that allows dentists to see things in the mouth not visible to the naked eye.

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What’s the Difference Between Invisalign Teen and Invisalign for Adults?

What’s the Difference Between Invisalign Teen and Invisalign for Adults?

Posted Aug 17th, 2016 in Pediatric Dentistry

Invisalign also makes a line geared toward specifically to the needs of teenagers, and today we’d like to highlight a few of the things that make Invisalign Teen different from the original.

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