Our little ones don’t stay little forever. In fact, they grow up much quicker than we would like. And one of the first signs that our babies are sprouting up...
As parents, there are few things more difficult than knowing that our children are experiencing pain or discomfort. When they stub their toe, we kiss it better. When they get...
When women are exploring their birth control options, they’ll often create lists of pros and cons. At the very least, they’ll weigh the effectiveness of various types of birth
Why Your Baby Puts Everything in Their Mouth
Adults—concerned parents in particular—often find themselves asking, “Why do babies put everything in their mouth?” It seems like anything they can get their little hands o
There’s a question that keeps every good dental and oral health professional up at night: Why do some people fear visiting the dentist? Is it that the chair isn’t comfortable e
How to Properly Clean Your Baby’s Gums
Is there anything cuter or more endearing than your baby’s toothless, gummy smile? Maybe there’s a cat video out there that comes close. Or one of those adorable puppies with..
As parents, we are always looking out for what’s best for our children. But when it comes to overall health (your kids or your own), there is a lot of misinformation...
Is Sedation Dentistry Safe for Children?
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
Understanding Special Needs Dentistry
According to the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) and Association of Canadian Faculties of Dentistry (ACFD), the delivery of special care dentistry is a common concern for parents
Sleep apnea is a potentially life-threatening sleep disorder characterized by repeated pauses in breathing during sleep. Dentists, orthodontists, and other oral-health professional