Overcoming Dental Anxiety

As your dentist, we strive to make you as comfortable as possible during your treatments. However, we know that for some, visiting our practice isn’t their favourite thing in the world. Don’t worry—we don’t take it personally! We understand that dental anxiety is a real thing, and we’d like to offer our patients a few

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4 Mistakes You Make When Brushing

4 Mistakes You Make When Brushing Everyone wants a beautiful smile and brushing your teeth twice each day can help you achieve it–but doing that alone isn’t always enough. In fact, some people practice poor oral habits without even knowing it! Discover the top mistakes you make when brushing your teeth.

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3 Facts About Your Gums

At our practice, we care about more than just your teeth—when you visit us for a regular checkup, it’s important that we examine your gums to ensure well-rounded oral health. #1: Gums should not bleed when you floss. If you don’t floss regularly, chances are you notice a little bit of blood around your gums

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Natural Ways to Stop Teeth Grinding

Teeth grinding, also known as Bruxism, happens when a person grinds or clenches their teeth together—most of the time, it occurs at night without even realizing it. You may be dealing with bruxism if you’ve ever experienced the following symptoms: Sore teeth Earaches but no infection Lasting facial pain Tight jaw muscles A headache upon

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Why Is Smoking So Bad For Your Teeth?

It’s common knowledge that smoking can lead to lung cancer and severe cardio-pulmonary issues that may become life threatening. And while these conditions are serious, there’s another part of your body that’s commonly affected by frequent tobacco use—your mouth and teeth. Aside from causing teeth discouloration, smoking can also: Increase your risk of oral cancer

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Keep Your Teeth Tough As You Age

Adding years to your life doesn’t have to mean subtracting teeth from your smile. Celebrate those extra candles on your birthday cake by ensuring that your teeth stay senior strong. Here are some easy yet effective ways to keep your teeth healthy for a lifetime. Ensure you get enough calcium. Because calcium can decrease bone

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