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Here are articles that we feel are of dental interest for our patients and non-patients alike! Read these articles to learn our own dental perspective.

National Gum Care Month: Time to Check In With Your Gums

Did you know that September is National Gum Care Month? If you haven’t taken any time to check out your gums recently, now is your moment! Your gums make up a huge part of your oral health, and often, catching any gum issues early on can be the key to preventing a much larger problem... READ MORE

5 Tips to Keep Your Cosmetic Dentistry Looking Fabulous

You’ve finally gotten the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Congratulations! You’re ready to take on the world, armed with your fresh smile. Now...how long will it last? With the right care, your cosmetic dentistry will last for years. However, that’s with the right care. It’s entirely possible to mistreat your teeth and find yourself back at... READ MORE

How to Ease TMJ Pain Until You Get to the Dentist’s Office

If you’re fortunate, you probably aren’t even aware of your temporomandibular joints (TMJ) on a daily basis. Your TMJ, located just underneath each ear, works every time you speak, every time you yawn, every time you chew - pretty well any time your mouth is moving. That’s why, when you develop a temporomandibular joint disorder... READ MORE

Your Top 8 Questions About Cosmetic Dentistry

From the moment you say “Hello,” your smile is one of the very first things that other people will notice about you. If you have a set of straight, healthy-looking teeth, it can be quite the first impression. On the other hand, if your teeth don’t look quite the way you want them to, you... READ MORE

The Care and Keeping of Teeth During Every Stage of Life

As any good family dentist will tell you, looking after your teeth is a constant process. It’s not just your standard “Brush twice a day” message, either. Your teeth require specific types of care as you age, starting as early as infancy and continuing for the remainder of your life. It’s why, when you go... READ MORE

Hot Weather & Bad Breath: How to Keep Your Mouth Fresh All Summer

Ah, summertime! When the sun is bright and yard sprinklers are a fun way to pass an afternoon. It’s the season for sunscreen, cookouts, and lazy evenings watching the stars come out. Unfortunately, it’s also the season that creates perfect conditions for stinky breath. If you’ve noticed that your breath isn’t as fresh as it usually... READ MORE

Is Chewing Gum Good or Bad for Your Teeth?

Chewing gum is a popular pastime in North America, and if trends are any indication, it’s going to be even more popular amongst Canadians in the next few years. In 2018 alone, Canadians racked up over $400 million USD in chewing gum sales. We chew gum to freshen our breath, to pass the time, or... READ MORE

What to Expect From a Dental Hygiene Visit

For many people, their first introduction to dental services is through a dental cleaning. Newcomers to the dentist may wonder why cleaning is necessary in the first place. After all, isn’t that what brushing and flossing at home do? A dental cleaning provides your teeth with a much more thorough clean than you could obtain... READ MORE

Dental Onlays and Crowns: Understanding Different Tooth Fixes

Cavities and other forms of tooth damage can happen to anyone at any stage of life, and when they do, they need to be fixed. Fillings are the typical go-to for tooth damage (especially cavities), but sometimes, something more extensive is required. That’s where dental onlays and dental crowns enter the picture. Each one has... READ MORE

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