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Dr. Crowfoot

Dr. Crowfoot is the second First Nations Dentist to practice in Canada, and the first within Western Canada. Dr. Crowfoot attended Brigham Young University (BYU), in Provo, Utah; and finished his doctorate degree at the University of Washington. To learn more about Dr Crowfoots notable accomplishments please

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Recently Answered Questions


Dr Crowfoot, I have a three step question.
1.) At what age should a child start brushing their teeth?
2.) How often should a child brush their teeth?
3.) what type of toothpaste do you recommend for them? Thank-you Amy Mother of three

1.) Children should start brushing between the ages of 14 and 18 months.
2.) Children should brush their teeth at least three times a day, it should become an instinctual habit.
3.) Kids toothpaste is highly recommended, they are milder than those used by adults.
It is important to understand that children start mimicking others at a very young age, if the child observes you brushing your teeth; then that would be a very positive influence. If time permits have your child brush your teeth and you brush theirs, then re-brush yours again after.

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