Smile Centre Dental
Smile Centre Dental: Now Open in Burlington, ON!
Friends: Our mission goes beyond fixing teeth. Raising awareness for important causes within our community, helping neighbours, friends, and family stay healthy is so much more important and rewarding.
So much is happening at Smile Centre Dental!
This short video zooms through some of it. And it answers the question: “Who gets to sit in a boat inside a dental office?”
Brushing My Baby’s Teeth
Charlie: Here’s a question that I interpreted a little differently but now that I’ve heard some of your responses to some of our other questions, there may be another way to interpret this question. When should I start brushing my baby’s teeth? I was thinking that meant with a toothbrush, but when should I start brushing my baby’s teeth?
Charlie: Do I need to floss my baby and how is your answer different if your child has two teeth or twenty teeth?
Dr. Long: Flossing is definitely important. You have to floss your child teeth.
What Are Symptoms Of Teething
Charlie: This sort of sounds like a disease the way this question is asked: What Are Symptoms Of Teething? and what can I do about it? Isn’t this when we go to the liquor cabinet, get a little something and we put on the gums?
Why Can’t I Share Food With My Baby
Charlie: Dr. Long, my wife and I have taken care of our grandchild several times to allow our daughter and son-in-law and go off and have some fun and our grandson is still on the bottle and I know I test that bottle all the time. My daughter likes it to be a little cooler. I’m still used to testing it here so I can’t feel it but this question here, I don’t know how I will do this when he starts to get a couple teeth and he’s on the soft food. It says: Why Can’t I Share Food With My Baby? If I’m warming any of that food I would think I would taste it a little bit. Why would I not share food? Tell me.
Why Must Mom Take Care Of Her Own Teeth
Charlie: For this question I can see it two different ways: Why is it important for my baby that I have to take care of my teeth? Or another way: Why Must Mom Take Care Of Her Own Teeth? And then, not only do I need my own health taken care of but I need to set a good example for my child. Wouldn’t you agree with both of those?
My Child Won’t Let Me Brush His Teeth
Charlie: Those of us who are parents, and I know that includes both of us, realize that no two children are the same. I think this question comes from a rather frustrated mom at this point: My Child Won’t Let Me Brush His Teeth, what should I do?
I HATE The Dentist
Charlie: I’ve often said to my own children: We see what we look for. Have you ever gone into a room and looked for something that wasn’t where it was supposed to be and so you leave and then twenty minutes later you find it and it was right next to something else? That’s because we weren’t looking for it there. I feel for this mother here who says: “I HATE The Dentist! I hate going to the dentist,” so of course her whole attitude, the whole thing that she is looking at, is that she hates going to the dentist. “I don’t think that my child will like it either. Okay. Why scare him at such a young age?” Because we’re talking about coming in so early. I’d like to reverse that around and hope that mother can see something new from this whole program that we’ve talked about. But I’ll put that question over to you because I think I know your answer already. Why take them at such a young age?