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Top 6 Things Every Parent Should Know about Their Kids’ Dental Hygiene

Being a good parent means teaching your children good life skills from an early age. Instilling good dental hygiene in your kids is just one small but significant part of that. To ensure that your kids develop good dental hygiene habits and routines as they get older you need to start showing them how to take care of their dental Continue Reading

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5 Signs You Need a Root Canal

Media portrayals of root canals often show the procedure in a negative and undesirable light, as if it’s one of the most unbearable dental treatments a patient can get. This couldn’t be further from the truth. In a lot of ways these misconceptions about root canal treatment can do more harm than good by deterring patients who might actually need Continue Reading

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Yellow Teeth: Causes, Prevention, and Treatment

Yellow teeth, also known as tooth discolouration are a common yet easily treatable condition that gradually occurs over time. As you get older the appearance of your teeth will naturally change. Depending on a number of factors including your oral care routine, diet and certain habits, these changes can take place sooner or later in life. Keep in mind that Continue Reading

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What Is Dental Plaque and How Can It Be Prevented?

Dental plaque can lead to a host of oral and bodily health problems if left untreated. It’s important to treat and remove dental plaque immediately to prevent it from turning into tartar and eroding your tooth enamel. Regular dental checkups and cleanings combined with a healthy dental care routine can easily help you manage plaque buildup on your teeth. What Continue Reading

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Everything You Need to Know about Tooth Sensitivity

If you’ve experienced tooth sensitivity, you know that it’s more than just an inconvenience—it’s downright painful! And it’s sometimes a sign that there could be a more serious problem brewing in your mouth. What causes sensitive teeth? How can you prevent or manage the pain at home? And how do you know when it’s time for professional dental care? We’ve Continue Reading

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Waterpik vs. Flossing: Which Is Better for You?

When it comes to oral care, we all know the benefits of twice-a-day brushing with a fluoride toothpaste. Doing this regularly removes food particles and plaque from the surfaces of your teeth, helping to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. Not to mention that even more serious conditions like heart disease have been linked to a build-up of oral bacteria. Continue Reading

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Important Announcement

Dear Princeview Patients, The royal college of dental surgeons strongly recommended that all non-essential dental treatment be suspended due to COVID-19. Therefore our office will be closed until our college re-asses the situation. If you have a dental emergency, please call the Dental emergency clinic at (416) 485-7121. We thank you for your patience at this difficult time. We look Continue Reading

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Halitosis and Your Oral Health: 7 Reasons Behind Bad Breath

Occasional bad breath is normal. In fact, everyone has bad breath from time to time after eating a particularly garlic or onion-laden meal. While bad breath can be embarrassing, it’s usually nothing to worry about as long as you practice good oral hygiene. But if you find that your breath is offensively stinky the majority or all of the time, Continue Reading

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Dental Fillings: Which Type Is the Best Option?

Cavities are a common dental problem that are caused by a number of factors including poor oral hygiene and eating too many sugary or acidic foods. Dental fillings are typically administered with the purpose of filling in and correcting the negative effects that cavities can have on your oral health. The longer a cavity goes untreated, the worse the problem Continue Reading

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5 Reasons to Choose Teeth Whitening

Perfectly white and straight teeth are like the gold standard when it comes to dentistry. It’s something we all want to achieve every time we get our teeth cleaned. Maintaining white teeth, on the other hand, is an entirely different story. There are so many daily habits and indulgences we all engage in that can cause tooth discolouration over time. Continue Reading

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How to Get Rid of White Spots on Your Teeth

Perfectly white teeth are usually a sign of excellent dental health and disciplined at-home and professional dental care. But sometimes you might develop white spots or blotches on your teeth. Although white spots on your teeth aren’t necessarily a cause for concern, they may be a symptom of potential dental health issues like worn-out enamel. For the most part white Continue Reading

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What Are the Pros and Cons of Dental Veneers?

Dental health issues are more common than you might think. Tooth discolouration, cavities, gaps and other problems can be caused by a variety of factors including genetics and poor or lack of oral care. Dental veneers are a great solution to help repair and remedy a lot of these issues. But it’s important to carefully consider all of the pros Continue Reading

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6 Things You Can’t Hide from Your Dentist

Many patients don’t realize just how instrumental proper dental care is in their overall physical health, which is why fibbing, lying to your dentist or underplaying your oral hygiene habits can actually do more harm than good. You may be inclined to try to impress your dentist by stretching the truth a little about how well you actually take care Continue Reading

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Top 8 Dental Myths Debunked

Proper overall oral care is important to leading a healthy lifestyle, but there are a lot of dental myths floating around the Internet and through word-of-mouth that can make it difficult to know if you’re doing everything properly. Obviously, the best source of dental care information is always going to be your dentist so you should definitely ask them any Continue Reading

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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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