1. Ages and Stages of Dental Health: Seniors

    As we grow older, we are vulnerable to many medical conditions and concerns. Taking care of our mouth and teeth is an important step to preventing problems, and knowing what you should watch for as an older adult can help you keep smiling for years to come! Today, in the last article in our series on ages and stages of dental health, we’ll be discussing the specific oral health concerns of senio…Read More

  2. Ages and Stages of Dental Health: Adults

    The time between the teenage years – when our parents are often in charge of making our dentist appointments – and adulthood is when many people start to neglect their oral health. It is just as important in your 20s and beyond as it was when you were a child, even if you have learned to cut back on sugary snacks and brush regularly! Neglect can lead to cavities, pain and decay, infection, too…Read More

  3. Ages and Stages of Dental Health: Teens

    Teens’ lives are busy. With school, extracurriculars, and a possible job – not to mention their hormone-fueled attitudes – taking care of their oral health may not be high on the list. However, keeping their teeth and gums healthy is key to keeping their smile bright, and as we’ve talked about before, bad oral health can have serious impacts on their social lives. Taking care of your teen…Read More

  4. Ages and Stages of Dental Health: Kids

    Your oral health is important to your overall health no matter your age, but there are some dental concerns that come to the forefront with each new stage in life. The Dental Centres in Ontario are here to help you every step of the way with high-quality dental care and advice. We have four locations from Sunderland to Stouffville to ensure there is a trustworthy dentist office near you, and you c…Read More

  5. Ages and Stages of Dental Health: Toddlers

    Good habits and dental hygiene are important throughout your life, but each stage comes with a few different concerns. At the Dental Centres, we want to make sure that you and every member of your family stays healthy throughout your life. That’s why we’re kicking off a new blog series about the different challenges or concerns we face in each phase of our lives. Today, we begin with dental he…Read More

  6. Cavity Prevention Tips for Adults

    At the Dental Centre, we are committed to providing the greater Ontario area with premium dental care services. Whether it’s general dentistry services, cosmetic dentistry, dental emergencies or otherwise, we are here to help you keep your smile looking great. For all of your dental needs in Ontario, contact the Dental Centre today! In a previous blog, we discussed some of the ways that you can …Read More

  7. The Best Ways to Prepare For Your Next Dental Exam

    No matter who we are, the closer we get to our scheduled dental cleaning and exam, the more we have a tendency to grow a bit nervous. Even if we practice exceptional oral hygiene, our hygienist and dentist possess a knowledge that we ourselves do not possess, and because of that, even in a small way, we have the tendency to think that the visit is going to be a bad one. If you practice proper oral…Read More

  8. Five Surprising Ways That You’re Ruining Your Teeth

    We all want a beautiful, bright, and healthy smile. However, it’s important to make sure that you take good care of both your oral and dental health to ensure that you’ll enjoy healthy teeth for years on end. In this post, we’ll detail some of the best ways that will help you to maintain your dental health. If you’re searching for a trusted dentist in Ontario, contact The Dental Center tod…Read More

  9. How to Help Your Child Avoid Cavities

    Helping your son or daughter maintain good dental health is important to his or her overall health. Starting from an early age, it’s essential to teach your child how to brush his or her teeth properly, use dental floss daily, and make sure to always eat a healthy diet full of fiber, fruits and vegetables, and low-refined sugar. Dental health affects the health of the entire body and if it’s n…Read More

  10. Tips to Overcome Dental Fear and Anxiety

    If you struggle with going to the dentist, scheduling a needed teeth cleaning or procedure is probably not the most important item on your to-do list. Unfortunately, ignoring your dental health can negatively affect your overall well-being. Putting off going to the dentist is never a good idea, so this blog will detail some simple tips to follow to help you to overcome dental fear and anxiety. If …Read More