For some children, visiting the dentist can be especially frightening, but there are ways parents can help to reduce their child’s dental anxiety. Here are a few suggestions from our Langley children’s dentists.
Pediatric Dentistry Education
Pediatric Dentistry is different from regular dentistry in various ways. Here, you can learn about the issues that pediatric dentists deal with when caring for children's oral health.
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.
Your child should begin visiting the dentist twice a year starting at the eruption of the first tooth. Here’s what to expect from the first dental cleaning.
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.
Many of the advances in dental technology are not only improving the quality of care your child receives when you the dentist, they’re also making the experience itself more comfortable and less time consuming, too.
Most adults don’t usually remember too much about when their first permanent teeth began to erupt, but they usually do remember when their wisdom teeth – their last set of permanent molars – came in! Here, you’ll learn a bit about what to expect when your teen’s wisdom teeth come in.
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