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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.

Would You Ever Try These 4 Cosmetic Dentistry Trends?

When someone asks what’s “trendy” right now, you’ll likely respond with whatever new artist you’ve been listening to or a new clothing style you’ve seen in stores more often. But we bet the last thing you’d ever say in response to “What’s trendy?” is, “Dental veneers!” Cosmetic trends come and go (anyone remember the pencil eyebrows... READ MORE

Ignore These Signs, and You Might Need Restorative Dentistry

No one ever wants to admit that something is wrong, and that's understandable. If something's wrong, then it means there's a problem and that you've got to fix it. It's especially true when it comes to our teeth. A twinge here or there can be ignored if it goes away, right? Nothing to worry about?... READ MORE

4 Things to Consider When Choosing a Dentist in Barrie

There are several reasons why you might be looking for a new dentist in Barrie. Perhaps you’re new to the area, or maybe you’re just ready for a change. Either way, you’re looking for someone who specializes in the care and maintenance of your oral health, and you want to be certain that whoever you... READ MORE

The Invisible Problems Caused by Missing Teeth

If it’s not there, it’s easy to forget. When you’re missing a tooth in the front of your mouth, you likely see the gap every time you look in the mirror, but you might be waiting until you’re more comfortable with dental treatment. However, if you’re missing a tooth in the back of your mouth,... READ MORE

How Did I Get This Cavity When I Brush Every Day?!?

Every morning and evening, you brush your teeth for exactly two minutes. You might even have a special timer set up to help make sure you’re brushing as long as you should be. You also make sure to floss twice a day as well. Your teeth almost always are clean and free of food debris,... READ MORE

Not Your Grandma’s Dentures: Your New Options for Missing Teeth

When you lose a tooth, either as a natural result of age or due to an accident, you’ll likely want to replace it with a denture to restore your smile and your ability to eat and speak normally. However, as much as you recognize the value of these changes, you likely also have a gut... READ MORE

Let’s Talk Tongues: An Important Aspect of Oral Health

  Ever since you started brushing your teeth, you’ve probably been told - both by your parents or guardians and your dental office - to make sure you brush your teeth at least twice every day. But how often have you been told that you should brush your tongue?  Our tongues come into contact with just as... READ MORE

How Do You Know if You Need Sedation Dentistry?

For most dental checkups or work, you can simply sit down in the dentist’s chair, lean back, and relax. Teeth cleaning is straightforward, and shouldn’t cause much - if any - discomfort. However, everyone’s pain tolerance is different, and everyone has different thoughts and feelings associated with a visit to the dentist. In some cases,... READ MORE

3 Surprising Benefits of Dental Veneers

Veneers and other types of dental bonding are becoming more popular each day, and when you think about it, it makes a lot of sense. People want to have their teeth look better and feel better, and dental veneers are one of the easiest ways to do it. At first glance, you might not see much... READ MORE

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