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Maryland Bonded Bridges in Toronto

Many people take great pride in their appearance and always try to put their best foot forward when presenting themselves to the world, but it can be difficult to do so when you’re ashamed to show off your smile because you’re missing one or more teeth. Your dentist can make several recommendations when it comes to improving the look of Continue Reading

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Can a Loose Tooth Be Tightened Back Up?

Loose teeth in adults aren’t normal. Typically, they’re a sign that there may be something seriously amiss in your oral health or that you’ve suffered some sort of dental injury. If you have a loose permanent tooth, you need to get it checked out right away by your dentist so that they can quickly determine what’s causing it and the Continue Reading

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How to Treat Malocclusion of the Teeth

Malocclusion is a fairly common, albeit highly treatable dental condition that plagues thousands of people across North America. Whether you feel varying degrees of discomfort or pain when you’re trying to bite into or chew your favourite foods or you’re simply too embarrassed to show off your pearly whites because of how crooked they are, then you may be suffering Continue Reading

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Swollen Gum Treatment

When it comes to practicing good dental health on a regular basis, the majority of people tend to focus entirely on just their teeth. Unfortunately, this often means that they’re neglecting an extremely important aspect of their oral health: the gums. One of the primary functions of the gums is to cover the bone surrounding the teeth and protect their Continue Reading

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When Is It Time to Visit the Dentist?

Whether you’re taking your child to the dentist for the first time or need to book an appointment for your routine six-month cleaning, going to the dentist still seems to invoke uneasiness and trepidation in a lot of people. Unfortunately, dental phobia can be just as predominant in adulthood as it is during childhood and prevents hundreds of people from Continue Reading

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How to Get Rid of Bad Breath

iStock.com/g-stockstudio What Is Bad Breath (Halitosis)? Chronic bad breath, otherwise known as halitosis, is a very common phenomenon that affects approximately 40% of the adult population. Part of the problem is that it’s almost impossible for you to detect or recognize your own bad breath unless someone else points it out and this can be a great source of embarrassment Continue Reading

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Tips to Care for Sensitive Teeth after Whitening

Teeth whitening services are commonly used by patients seeking to improve the look of their teeth. It is considered to be a cosmetic procedure and can be performed at home or at a dentist’s office, though it is strongly recommended that a teeth whitening procedure only be done by a professional dentist. That’s because when patients attempt the procedure at Continue Reading

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Myths Behind Dental Sedation

When most people hear the term “sedation dentistry”, they often associate it with a number of myths and misconceptions. Not only are these myths completely inaccurate, but they’ve been around for so long that they are now mistaken for truth. Luckily, sedation dentistry clinics in Toronto are fully capable of truthfully answering their patients’ questions and effectively dispelling certain falsehoods Continue Reading

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What Is Invisalign and What Are the Advantages?

Invisalign is an innovative and alternative teeth straightening system compared to conventional braces that allows you to feel confident and completely comfortable while you work towards improving the look of your smile. Treatments typically last anywhere from six months to about two years depending on the severity and types of oral problems that are being corrected. iStock.com/scyther5 How Long Does Continue Reading

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The Types of Tooth-Coloured Fillings

There are a number of options available for patients in need of dental fillings. Teeth can be filled with anything from silver amalgam fillings (consisting of mercury mixed with zinc, silver, copper or tin) to tooth-coloured fillings, such as glass ionomer, porcelain or composite resin. Let’s take a look at the most widely-used tooth-coloured filling options available for patients in Continue Reading

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