Posts tagged with «children’s dental health month»

Crystal Smiles Dental is Okotoks Family Dentist!

  We know that maintaining your child’s oral health is important which is why we offer convenient children’s services. Family Appointment Booking At Crystal Smiles dental, we know that visiting the dentist is a family event, and we want it to be pleasant and relaxing for all. We offer family member appointment bookings simultaneously to provide convenient […]

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Smile, it’s Mother’s Day!

It is said that a mother’s work is never done, and that once a person becomes a parent, it is a labour of love that lasts a lifetime. The same thing could be said about your smile. Your smile should be there for you – strong, healthy, and lasting a lifetime. We have tips on how to […]

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Are You All Ready for Spring? Be Spring Ready

Spring is officially here, and as you’re mentally and physically cleaning things out, we’ve got a few tips on how to refresh your tooth care regimen and get you to spring ready. Replace your toothbrush.  As a general guide, it’s a good idea to replace your toothbrush about every three months.  If you haven’t done […]

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Green is good for you!

Green is good for you! A wise frog once told us, “It’s not easy being green.”  Well, of offense Kermit, but we have to disagree.  There are so many reasons why green is good for you! Mint Green is good for you. There’s a reason most dental products are mint-flavored.  Besides their fresh taste, mint […]

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Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay Even though they are temporary, your child’s baby teeth are important, and are still susceptible to cavities.  Tooth decay in infants and toddlers is often referred to as baby bottle tooth decay.  Children need strong, healthy teeth to chew their food, speak and have a good-looking smile.  Their first teeth also […]

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Thumb sucking and pacifier use

Thumb sucking is a natural reflex for children.  Sucking on thumbs, fingers, pacifiers or other objects may make babies feel secure and happy and help them learn about their world. Young children may also suck to soothe themselves and help them fall asleep. How can thumb sucking affect my child’s teeth? After permanent teeth come […]

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