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Child Dentistry, Info & tips

Breaking news: kids love games. What they don’t love so much is doing anything that might reasonably be classified as a chore. Activities such as taking out the garbage, cleaning

Child Dentistry

If your child has a tendency to breathe through their mouth as opposed to their nose or has difficulty making certain sounds, they may have an orofacial myofunctional disorder. Oro

Child Dentistry

Did you know that 1 in every 5 children between the ages of 5 and 11 have an untreated cavity? Or that as much as 30% of children will develop...

Child Dentistry, Dental Tips

Getting our children into the habit of cleaning their rooms—and keeping them that way for more than five minutes—is a character-building challenge that any parent can relate to

Child Dentistry, Dental Tips

There’s something funny about the holidays. We spend most of the year making sure that our children eat healthy foods. We steer them clear of that bag of chips—and then...

Child Dentistry

According to the Canadian Dental Association, tooth decay is one of the most common chronic diseases during childhood in Canada. For reference, about 23.6% of children have at leas

Child Dentistry, Info & tips

For some, a visit to the dentist can be an anxiety-filled experience. Teeth clenching and body sweat-inducing, fear of dental appointments are quite common, especially amongst chil

Child Dentistry, Dental Tips

As parents, we all have had our days where our child refuses to brush their teeth. It can almost feel like nothing will motivate them to take care of their...

Child Dentistry, Info & tips

Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening sleep disorder characterized by repeated pauses in breathing during sleep. Dentists, orthodontists, and other oral-health professional

Child Dentistry

Most orthodontic treatments start in a person’s teen years when all permanent teeth have come in and the results are more predictable. However, some young children show a need ea

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