Dr. Laura Caylor DMD

Dr. Laura Caylor originally from England, grew up in Chilliwack and graduated from Sardis Secondary School before pursuing her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree from UBC in 2010. She has ten years of clinical experience working in the lower mainland and the Kootenays and has recently moved back to Chilliwack with her family of four joining NOVO Dental Centre in the late summer of 2020.

Dr Caylor prides herself on being able to help patients of all ages and enjoys the various aspects of clinical dentistry with a focus on preventative care for her patients. Her mission is to provide the best quality of care in a safe and healthy environment while performing the highest standards of dental procedures. She believes in having an open communication with her patients so that they are fully informed and involved in their treatment decisions and makes it her goal to ensure patients have the best possible experience while they are with her.

Dr. Caylor is committed to continuing education to further her knowledge and skills and has found a specific interest for treating tethered oral tissues, such as tongue and lip ties in infants to adults. She helps mothers overcome their breastfeeding struggles associated with ankyloglossia and is passionate about treating and educating patients of all ages to overcome the health implications and struggles that may be associated with ankyloglossia.

When Dr. Caylor is not in the dental office you will likely catch her spending time with her family and playing with her kids outside!


  • Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) – University of British Columbia (2010)
  • International Consortium of Oral Akylofrenula professionals (ICAP)
  • Breathe Institute Ambassador
  • BC Dental Association (BCDA)
  • Canadian Dental Association (CDA)
Dr. Laura Caylor, Dentist at NOVO Dental Centre

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"I have been a long term patient of Dr. Provo and like her for several reasons. Dr. Provo has a complete understanding of her strengths and will refer you if something is outside of her expertise. She also communicates well and is sensitive to my requirements. When it comes to scheduling your appointments they are accommodating and work hard at making it work. I would describe the culture of this practise as being honest, caring and sensitive to patient’s needs."

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