Our mission is to be your child’s dental home. We aim to provide exceptional and compassionate care to your child as they grow, through recognizing the individual needs of every child and recommending treatment that is tailored to them. With our child friendly team and dental environment, our primary focus is your child’s comfort and acceptance; we strive to establish great oral care habits with your children that will last a lifetime.


Dr. Howson-Jones was born and raised in Langley, BC. Her elementary school, Langley Central Fundamental, gave her the foundation she needed for a lifetime of learning. Mountain Secondary would be her high school, where she loved science and music – what a combination! But it was her desire to help people that would point her towards the healthcare field and an after-school-job that would spark her interest in dentistry.

The following encompasses her credentials:
Bachelor of Science (Microbiology) – University of Alberta, 2004
Bachelor of Dentistry – University of Sydney, 2010
Diploma in Pediatric Dentistry – University of Alabama, 2012

Appointed as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of British Columbia, Dr. Howson-Jones is enjoying teaching final year dental students at their Douglas College satellite clinic. She plans to continue her involvement with UBC Dentistry as a chance to give back and inspire other young female dental professionals, and you may see a student in her office helping out from time to time.

Dr. Howson-Jones is happy to be back home in Beautiful British Columbia, connecting family and friends, whether it be to go camping, hiking, swimming or just enjoying a good book – family is paramount to who she is.


Who better than your Mom to help things run smoothly?! Teresa is a mother of 4 grown children, a foster parent for the past 15 years and has extensive experience working with children, both at risk and challenged, in the Langley school district, having worked there for 15 years. She also has a background in nursing as a practical nurse for 10 years. Teresa is very passionate about children’s health and well being and welcomes the opportunity to assist in your child’s positive dental experience.


Eleanor is the Mom of 3 adult children. She enjoys working in a pediatric dental office because kids are so much fun to work with. Getting to know them all and hear their stories, puts a smile on her face. Some of her personal interests include camping, skiing, travel, and just being with friends and family.


Taylor, the daughter of a dentist, has a love for children, animals and swimming. Her years of experience from swim coaching and being a nanny, to teaching in equestrian and varied children’s camp programs, have enhanced her ability to connect and have the compassion necessary for successfully working with children in the field of dentistry. Taylor graduated from Dental Hygiene, Ontario in 2010.


Karen graduated with honours from Dental Hygiene in 2010 and has been practicing in pediatrics ever since. She has always had a love for working with children and now has two of her own with a third on the way. Her kind and gentle approach to preventative dentistry makes the more difficult procedures much less daunting. In her spare time Karen loves to do yoga and spend time with her family.


Christina graduated from CDI college in the end of 2019 as a CDA. She has always had a love for working with children from a young age. She has a 4 year old son and they love going on adventures outdoors; walking, hiking, camping, also doing crafts and baking together. Christina is always wanting to learn more about pediatric dentistry and being able to help kids at the best of her abilities.


Kelly is the mom of 2 teenagers and new to working in pediatric dentistry after working for 21 years in general dentistry. Kelly loves seeing the children’s smiling faces, hearing their voices, and all the laughs. Away from the office Kelly enjoys reading, fitness, and time spent with her family, friends, and puggle.