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How To Overcome Your Fear Of The Dentist

How To Overcome Your Fear Of The Dentist

    Though our dental team is extremely passionate and enthusiastic about their career path, we understand that sitting in a recliner chair on a Saturday morning isn’t exactly the most exciting thing for our patients. It’s not uncommon to have built-up nerves prior to a dentist appointment. Whether it’s due to the fact that […]

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The Skinny On Teeth Whitening

The Skinny On Teeth Whitening

If your teeth have yellowed over time or you’re simply unsatisfied with the dullness of your smile, it’s important to know that you’re not the only one. Whether you need a headshot, have a job interview or are planning on attending a special occasion, having a smile that makes you feel confident can transform your […]

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Why Skipping Out on Flossing is Off the Table

Why Skipping Out on Flossing is Off the Table

  Let’s face it, flossing throughout the day isn’t everyone’s favourite task. While it’s easy to avoid putting a strip of white nylon between your teeth, the long-term outcomes aren’t so glamorous. As dentists, we understand that flossing can sometimes feel awkward. However, we love seeing our clients smiling with healthy gums; which is why […]

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Everything you need to know about Periodontal Surgery

Everything you need to know about Periodontal Surgery

Having a bright and healthy smile takes consistent care, but we can assure you that it’s well worth the time investment. It’s likely that you’ve heard the phrase, “brush your teeth twice a day and make sure to floss,” countless times in your life. While it can get bothersome to continuously be told how to […]

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Wisdom Teeth Removal: Everything you need to know

Wisdom Teeth Removal: Everything you need to know

The thought of having your wisdom teeth removed is often associated with growing chipmunk cheeks and dealing with the aftermath of anesthetic. While these factors may tempt you to delay the surgery for as long as possible, we want to put all of your worries to rest! Our goal is to ensure that your smile […]

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Foods to Avoid for a Stunning Smile

Foods to Avoid for a Stunning Smile

When it comes to appearances, nothing is more attractive than a mega-watt smile. It’s no secret that when you’re smiling, you’re at your brightest, drawing others towards you in a profound way. Unfortunately, however, people unknowingly sabotage the magnetic powers of their smile in a variety of ways. A common way that many individuals come […]

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Everything You Need To Know About Cracked Teeth

Everything You Need To Know About Cracked Teeth

One of the most common types of dental injuries experienced by so many people every year is having a cracked tooth. It is so common that many people don’t even realize they have a cracked tooth and often times do nothing about it. A cracked tooth is defined as having a partial or incomplete fracture […]

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Poor Oral Hygiene Can Lead To Serious Health Issues

Poor Oral Hygiene Can Lead To Serious Health Issues

Everyone knows that to have white healthy teeth and a healthy mouth overall you need to practice good oral hygiene. Without doing so plaque will buildup around your teeth leading to all sorts of problems such as tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath and other oral health issues. What many people don’t realize is that […]

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5 Foods That Contribute To Better Oral Health

5 Foods That Contribute To Better Oral Health

Many people believe that the only thing required to have good oral health is to have a proper oral hygiene routine. Although this is a very important component to maintaining healthy teeth and gums, your dietary choices can also be of equal or greater importance. It’s no secret that consuming food and drinks high in […]

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Have Tooth Decay Symptoms? Why You Should Visit Your Dentist Right Away

Have Tooth Decay Symptoms? Why You Should Visit Your Dentist Right Away

On the surface of your teeth there is a constant battle going on between harmful tooth decaying acids and healthy minerals that strengthen the teeth. These acids form when bacteria in your mouth, known as plaque, feed on sugars, starches and carbohydrates from the food you eat. Due to the sticky nature of plaque, this bacteria […]

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