A trip to the dentist with an autistic child can be stressful for both the child and parent. But don't fret, there are steps you can take to create for a positive dental experience for everyone. Here, our dentists explain.
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.
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.
Invisalign makes a line geared toward specifically to the needs of teenagers, and today we’d like to review 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.
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