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 Establishing Oral Healthcare Routines With Your Child

Establishing Oral Healthcare Routines With Your Child

Establishing a strong oral healthcare routine early, including regular visits to your dentist, will positively effect your child's oral health throughout their life. Our Langley children's dentists share some ideas for how to help make oral health fun for you and your child.

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Teething: The Struggle Is Real

Teething: The Struggle Is Real

We know that teething can be a challenging time for parents and infants, but it is a normal process that all children go through. Baby's first teeth need to break through the gums, which can be painful and distressing. Here are some of the signs and symptoms of teething and a few ideas on how to cope with them. 

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Protect That Smile: Mouth Guards For Children & Teens

Protect That Smile: Mouth Guards For Children & Teens

Injuries can happen to your child or teen's face and teeth when they're playing sports, riding bikes and more. Our Langley children's dentists explain how a mouth guard can help protect their young smiles.

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When to Ditch the Baby Bottle and Why

When to Ditch the Baby Bottle and Why

Our children's dentists recommend that infants give up using a baby bottle entirely by their first birthday. Using a bottle can lead to cavities or other health risks for children as they grow up.

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The Early Years: Oral Health For Kids Ages 0-3

The Early Years: Oral Health For Kids Ages 0-3

When you teach your child to take good care of their teeth, you're starting habits that will stay with them for their lifetime. Here, our children's dentists share some tips on how to care for your child's oral health from 0-3 years of age.

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What's The Deal With Fluoride For Children?

What's The Deal With Fluoride For Children?

Fluoride treatments are safe for children as well as being effective in decreasing the prevalence of cavities. Our Langley children's dentist explains what fluoride is and why it's important for your child's oral health.

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What to do When Your Teen Refuses to go to the Dentist

What to do When Your Teen Refuses to go to the Dentist

Parents are often urged to choose their battles during their child's teenage years. While that's good advice, oral hygiene is a battle worth fighting. Here, our dentists explain. 

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How To Manage Your Child's Behaviour At The Dentist

How To Manage Your Child's Behaviour At The Dentist

There are a number of things you can do to help manage your child's behaviour and ease their fears around visiting the dentist. Our children’s dentists share some advice for what to do before, during and after their dental appointments.

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Teething: The Struggle Is Real

Teething: The Struggle Is Real

Teething is a very normal process, though it can be tough. Your baby’s tooth has to break through the gums, which can cause them pain and distress. Here, our children's dentists explain the signs and symptoms of teething and how to cope with them. 

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Weird Ingredients They Used to Put in Toothpaste

Weird Ingredients They Used to Put in Toothpaste

The toothpaste you recognize in the stores today is very different from what people used in the past to clean their teeth. Here are a few of the weird ingredients that were once in toothpaste that you can share with yo...

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