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Everything You Need to Know about Tooth Pain

Toothaches come in a variety of pain intensities and have several different reasons for occurring. Poor dental health and oral care habits are the top culprits, but there are many causes as to why you might be experiencing one or more toothaches. Tooth pain is typically a symptom of potentially serious underlying oral health issues like gum disease, abscess/oral infection, Continue Reading

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Habits to Follow to Help Your Kids Maintain Their Teeth

As a parent, one of your biggest responsibilities other than protecting your kids from potentially harmful situations is to ensure that they develop sustainable healthy habits from an early age. Teaching your kids how to practice proper oral hygiene on a regular basis is an important aspect of taking care of their health. If you’re unsure where to begin, consult Continue Reading

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Everything You Need to Know about Oral Abscesses

Gum disease is one of the most widespread oral health issues afflicting Canadians. According to the Canadian Dental Association, “seven out of 10 Canadians will develop gum disease at some time in their lives”. Oral abscesses are just one type of gum disease that many Canadians may develop throughout their lifetimes. Most oral abscesses typically begin with food particles becoming Continue Reading

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Dental Bonding for Tooth Gaps

As you get older, your teeth will go through a variety of changes. Sometimes, even if you take excellent care of them through regular brushing and flossing certain damage can still occur. If you have cracked or discoloured teeth, then dental bonding may be the right solution for you. Visiting the dentist on a regular basis is essential because you Continue Reading

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5 Common Beverages That Are Destroying Your Dental and Oral Health

From the moment it enters your mouth everything you eat and drink has the ability to impact your physical health in some capacity, starting with your teeth. In fact, the state of your dental health is very telling about the state of your overall physical health. Certain oral health problems like abscessed teeth or infections can be linked to greater Continue Reading

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4 Ways Dental Flossing Can Improve Your Oral Hygiene

By now everyone knows about the important benefits of dental flossing—or at least, you should. It helps keep your teeth clean by removing plaque and bacteria from hard-to-reach parts of your mouth like between your teeth and behind your molars. Yet, for some reason, a large portion of the population doesn’t floss on a regular basis and they also fail Continue Reading

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How Booking Regular Dental Checkups Can Help You Improve Your Oral Hygiene

Life is busy and as a result, it’s often easy to overlook the importance of making and keeping regular appointments for dental checkups. But if you care about maintaining excellent oral health, then you should make a determined effort to see your dentist on a regular basis. How regularly you schedule your dental checkups depends entirely on the current state Continue Reading

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Everything You Need to Know about Cavities

Cavities are a lot more common than you might think. According to the Canadian Dental Association, nearly 100% of adults worldwide have tooth decay! Plus, oral health isn’t an isolated thing; it’s connected to other aspects of your overall physical health and can actually impact your organ function if severe oral conditions are left untreated for too long. So what Continue Reading

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Root Canal Myths Debunked: Why Getting a Root Canal Isn’t as Scary as You Think

For many dentophobes (people who experience an irrational fear or anxiety when visiting the dentist), getting a root canal is their absolute worst nightmare. And it doesn’t help that there are a lot of negative depictions of root canal treatments and what they entail. Most of these root canal myths are misconceptions that are perpetuated by modern pop cultural portrayals Continue Reading

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What Is an Underbite? Causes, Complications, and Treatments to Correct Your Class III Malocclusion

Underbites are a fairly common dental condition that occur in about 5-10% of the North American population. Despite its commonality however, it’s still important to seek out proper underbite treatment to prevent the condition from causing you pain, discomfort or other related symptoms later on in life. Even the most minor underbites have the potential to lead to severe dental Continue Reading

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How to Prevent Enamel Erosion: What You Need to Know to Maintain Healthy Teeth

Considering it serves as a protective barrier for your teeth, tooth enamel is often lauded as being one of the strongest substances in the human body. Despite holding this distinction, without proper care, tooth enamel can very easily become damaged and worn down. This can lead to tooth sensitivity, pain, discomfort, decay, gum disease and even oral bacterial infections. Tooth Continue Reading

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What Are Partial Veneers and What Do They Do?

Veneers are an affordable, semi-permanent cosmetic solution to fix cracked teeth, correct discolouration, conceal craze lines, and so much more. Many patients opt for veneers to discretely repair minor cosmetic dental issues before they get worse. There are different types of veneers that work in certain circumstances. If you’re considering getting veneers to correct a dental issue then continue reading Continue Reading

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5 Ways Dental Veneers Can Transform Your Smile

As you get older, you may notice that your teeth are looking a little worse for wear. Despite being vigilant with your dental care routine, damage, discolouration and misalignment can still happen. If you’re unhappy with the appearance of your smile for one reason or another, there are plenty of dental solutions you can explore with your dentist. Fortunately, dental Continue Reading

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Underbite Treatment: Is Surgery Really Necessary?

The misalignment of your teeth and jawbone can severely impact your overall oral health by contributing to a number of symptoms including pain, tooth sensitivity, and discomfort. While underbites aren’t nearly as common as overbites, nor are they life-threatening, they can make it difficult for you to thoroughly brush and floss your teeth. If left untreated for too long, underbites Continue Reading

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