Thumb sucking is one of the most common children’s habits with almost half of all children under 4 years old doing so. But what effects does it have on their teeth and what can you do to prevent your child from sucking their thumb? What Is It? Babies are born with a natural urge to […]
Spring is the time of year to make sure you keep on top of all the little things that you’ve been missing. But spring cleaning isn’t just for your house. Here are the reasons why regular dental check-ups are important and why you should get your teeth checked at this time of year. Cleaning There […]
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching. You may recognize that fluttering feeling of being in love. But which of these symptoms are love and which mean you are in need of root canal treatment? Here’s which is which and how to know the difference. If you have any doubts or pain, book an appointment with Whistler […]
With a new year just starting and snow falling, we’re sure you have plenty to smile about. Here are 10 reasons why you should be smiling and things to smile about. Benefits of Smiling Smiling makes you more attractive We are drawn to people who are smiling and away from people who are frowning. It […]
Getting the New Year off to the right start is important, especially when it comes to dental health. Here’s 6 resolutions to help you take better care of your teeth and how we can help you at Whistler Dental. Cut Back On Sugar We all know we’re guilty of indulging over the holidays. With lots of tasty […]
Wisdom teeth are the cause of many problems in adults. But what are they, what causes the pain and when should you get them removed? Here’s everything you need to know about wisdom teeth and how we can help you at Whistler Dental. What are they? Wisdom teeth, (or third molars) usually appear in adults […]
The snow has arrived, the mountain is open for skiing and the village is starting to look very festive! As 2018 draws to a close, here’s why you should book an appointment with Whistler Dental and use your dental benefits before the year is up! Use it or lose it Most dental Benefits don’t carry […]
With the mountain set to open on November 22nd, the winter season will soon be upon us once again! But with hot chocolates, advent calendars, skiing and eventually Christmas, the winter season poses a lot of potential dangers for our teeth. At Whistler Dental, we are proud to offer a wide variety of cosmetic dentistry […]
“Are you flossing regularly?” is probably a question you get asked every single time you visit the dentist. And that’s because it’s important! Many people hate the feeling of moving a piece of floss between their teeth, and therefore leave flossing out of their daily teeth cleaning routine. But just brushing your teeth often isn’t […]
Most parts of the body are formed at birth. We get one set of bones, organs, eyes and hands that all develop and age with us as we grow older. However, the same cannot be said for our teeth. Our teeth go through an interesting and dramatically different lifecycle, from the first signs of teething, […]
We are very excited to announce that we are now open!
While many things in our world have changed, our dentists and team members remain committed to ensuring your visit to our practice is a safe and comforting experience.
A safe, secure, and sterile environment has always been a key pillar of how we operate our dental practice. It remains one of our top priorities to ensure that we minimize any real or perceived risks of exposure to viruses or contagions. However, in light of the recent coronavirus specific concerns, we have taken additional measures to enhance the existing infection policies, procedures, and controls we have in place.
As our practice begins to move forward, we will be contacting all our patients who have been postponed due to Covid-19 to reschedule your appointment after June 1st. If you require dental treatment, please feel free to contact our office at 604-932-3677 to book an appointment.