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Princeview Dental Provides Tips for Avoiding Dental Emergencies

Dental emergencies are something that most of us would like to avoid. Princeview Dental is an Etobicoke dental clinic able to deal with or refer out any emergency. We tell our patients that there are steps that they can take to prevent unwanted trips to the dentist. Often, the cause of dental emergencies is tooth decay and abscesses caused by Continue Reading

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All You Need to Know About Teeth Whitening

If you want a brighter smile, there are a number of teeth whitening options available. However, for the best results, Princeview Dental, a provider of teeth whitening in Toronto, tells their patients if they’re looking for a teeth whitening procedure, we provide it in a safe and friendly environment. While you may be tempted to just employ store-bought teeth whitening Continue Reading

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Visit Princeview Dental for Emergency Dental Care in Etobicoke

In 2013, nearly 58,000 adults visited emergency rooms in Ontario due to dental issues. However, Princeview Dental, an emergency dental clinic, advises patients that an ER is not equipped to handle dental emergencies and will be able to do little more than prescribe antibiotics or painkillers. However, we at Princeview Dental are proud to provide emergency dental care in Etobicoke Continue Reading

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Six Million Canadians Cannot Afford Dental Care: Report

According to a study from Health Canada, an overwhelming six million Canadians cannot afford proper dental care. As a provider of general dentistry and emergency dental services in Etobicoke, Princeview Dental realizes that many of our patients may not have dental coverage or their insurance may only partially cover the cost of many procedures. That’s why we offer affordable care Continue Reading

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What to do For Your Child’s First Dentist Appointment

Princeview Dental, a trustworthy Etobicoke general dentist clinic, tells their patients with children to start their little ones on good oral hygiene habits; that includes regular trips to the dentist at an early age. Going to the dentist for the first time can be an intimidating experience; that’s why we make every effort to set your little one’s mind at Continue Reading

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Start Taking Your Children to See the Dentist at an Early Age for Good Oral Health

If you’re a new parent and your child has just started teething, you may find yourself wondering when you should bring your little one for their first dentist appointment. Princeview Dental, a gentle family dentist in Etobicoke on the Kingsway, recommends bringing your child to see us once their milk teeth start to come through. While this may seem like Continue Reading

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Top Methods for Dealing with Bad Breath

Toronto, Canada (PRWEB), May 20, 2014 – Princeview Dental (, one of Etobicoke’s premier dental clinics, is giving its expert opinion on the best ways to cure halitosis and encourage a healthy mouth, including dealing with bad breath caused by the tonsils. “Bad breath is a problem for about 40% of adults,” says Dr. Janice Mummery, founder of Princeview Dental. Continue Reading

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Find Out More about Dental Implants

If you’re missing a single tooth, a dental implant can restore your smile and help you to regain your sense of confidence. Princeview Dental, an Etobicoke general dentist on the Kingsway, tells their patients looking to have a tooth replaced that implants are just as important as other restorative procedures, such as crowns, fillings, and root canals. Dental implants, bridges, Continue Reading

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Living with Diabetes Increases the Risk of Gum Disease

If you’re living with diabetes, regular teeth cleaning is especially important, according to the staff at Princeview Dental Group. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the U.S. says that people with diabetes are two times more likely to develop gum disease. In fact, according to the CDC, approximately one-third of patients with diabetes have severe gum disease! Continue Reading

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Obesity & Gum Disease Linked

Princeview Dental, your family dentist in Etobicoke, recommends that our patients maintain good oral health. However, we also recommend that our patients maintain an exercise regimen and healthy diet as well. A recent study by Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio found that there is a link between obesity and gum disease by looking at the diet of a Continue Reading

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