Similar to adults, children and teens can also experience tooth sensitivity. Our North Delta dentists would like to share why your child or teen's teeth may be sensitive, and how the issue can be resolved.
Pediatric Dentistry Education
Pediatric Dentistry differs from regular dentistry in some important ways. Here, you'll learn all about the issues that pediatric dentists focus on when caring for children's oral health.
Although children may not be too excited about hearing that they require orthodontic treatment, piquing their interest may help reduce their negative feelings. In today's post, our North Delta dentists provide a few fun facts about orthodontics for kids to enjoy!
Most parents know that sugar is bad for their children's teeth and causes cavities, but some foods contain processed sugars, while others have natural sugars. Today, our Smiletown North Delta dentists explain whether natural or processed sugars are worse for your kid's teeth.
Every child is at risk for tooth decay, but some may face increased risk of cavities due to genetic, nutritional and other factors. Our dentists at Smile Town North Delta describe how to tell if your child may fall into this category.
Dental injury is a common issue for many children and their parents. In this post, our North Delta dentists share the most common dental injuries in kids and how they may be prevented.
Some parents of children with special needs may experience anxiety or have questions about their child's dental care and experience. Here, our Smile Town North Delta dentists walk you through our process and experience working with children with a whole range of special needs.
Every child's smile is unique, but if you suspect that your child needs orthodontic treatment you're probably wondering when the best time to begin treatment is. Here's a little from our Delta children's dentist on when to seek orthodontic treatment for your child.
It’s never too early to establish an oral healthcare routine, including regular visits to your dentist, with your little one. Our children's dentists share some ideas for how to help make oral health fun for you and your child.
Here are a few tips for parents from out Smile Town North Delta children’s dentist on how to handle baby’s first year of oral health.
Ideally, your child should begin visiting the dentist every 6 months starting at the eruption of the first tooth. Here’s what to expect from the first dental cleaning.
Children and teens need to floss regularly to keep their teeth and gums healthy. Fossing can be tricky and a bit cumbersome though, and young children in particular may struggle to properly manipulate the floss. Here are some ideas to help make flossing easier for kids and teens.
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