Healthy Teeth = Better Grades? | Family Dentist | Northern Alberta | Slave Lake Dental - You’re working hard to make sure that your child is ready for school, but they may already be at a disadvantage. New studies show that poor dental health can lead to lower grades in school.
Which Toothpaste to Use for Kids | Family Dentist | Northern Alberta | Slave Lake Dental - One of the more common questions we are asked on a regular basis concerns choosing the right toothpaste. There are so many choices that it can be difficult to find one that is best for your child’s oral health. Here are a few quick guidelines to make sure you find one that’s right:
Improve Your Game With A Mouth Guard | Family Dentist | Northern Alberta | Slave Lake Dental - Mouth guards, also known as sports guards, are recommended for just about every sport available in Slave Lake. Basketball, Baseball, Soccer, Skating, Skiing, Skateboarding, Wrestling, Boxing, Hockey and more! If your child or teen participates in sports, then remember to add a mouth guard to your list of back to school supplies.
What To Expect with Baby Teeth | Family Dentist | Northern Alberta | Slave Lake Dental - One of the many milestones that parents anticipate as their children grow up is the loss of baby (primary) teeth. It’s an exciting part of the transition from baby and toddler to becoming a “big kid”. We’re often asked questions about what to expect. While every child is different and no child follows an exact schedule, we’ve provided a few general guidelines:
What To Do About Pacifiers | Family Dentist | Northern Alberta | Slave Lake Dental - Did You Know? Family Dental Care Infant and Toddler Dental Care Children Dental Care Healthy Habits What To Do About Pacifiers May 19, 2017 AS CHILDREN GROW OLDER, some parents begin to worry about their child’s thumb sucking or pacifier habits. This is a normal behavior for an infant, but the older a child gets, the more harm pacifiers can do to their oral and dental development. The Pros And Cons Of…
WHEN SHOULD YOUR child have their first dental check-up? When their first tooth erupts or around their first birthday — whichever comes first! Read our blog: https://www.slavelakedental.ca/single-post/2017/02/04/When-Should-Baby-Meet-The-Dentist
5 Steps: Protect Your Child's Enamel | Family Dentist | Northern Alberta | Slave Lake Dental - The first line of protection for your child’s teeth is the enamel, which is the white, visible part of the tooth. It’s also hardest substance in the human body, and yet it takes a lot of abuse. Enamel can crack, chip and wear away. What steps can you take to protect your child’s enamel?
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Sugars in certain liquids can lead to tooth decay when sipped throughout the night. That is why it is important to only put babies to bed with bottles filled with water. Learn more about your baby’s dental health in our infant oral health club