1. Five Foods That Cause Cavities

    As the old adage goes, “You are what you eat”. Unfortunately, what you eat also affects your teeth, which can seriously jeopardize the longevity of your chompers. In this post, we’ll discuss foods that should be avoided if you’re hoping to keep your teeth in tip-top shape. Contact The Dental Centre today for your annual checkup or any of your other dental health needs! With multiple locati…Read More

  2. 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 …Read More

  3. 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

  4. Foods to Eat for Dental Health

    Are you interested in eating better for optimum dental health? Choosing the right foods for your teeth is more important than you probably realize. Eating highly acidic or sugary foods can actually cause major damage to your teeth, gums, and overall oral health. In this article, we’ll discuss the best foods you can consume to keep your teeth and mouth healthy. The Dental Centre is here to help …Read More

  5. Start 2017 with a Healthy Smile

    At The Dental Centre, we’re passionate about keeping your smile bright, beautiful, and healthy. When you’re making your 2017 resolutions, why not add a dental cleaning or checkup to your list? Getting regular dental check-ups ensures that your mouth is at its peak health, and alerts you to any possible issues. If you need restorative dentistry, orthodontics, cosmetic dentistry, or just a regu…Read More

  6. 10 Ways to Maintain Your White Smile

    Maintaining a white smile is a great way to boost your self-confidence. A great smile can even help you get a first date or land a job interview. After whitening your teeth, it’s important to maintain your pearly whites so you can continue to wow people with a beautiful grin. Here are some easy tips to help you to preserve your new white smile. 1. Use a Soft Toothbrush, and Replace It Often. Us…Read More

  7. Are Porcelain Veneers Right for You?

    When it comes to cosmetic dentistry, you have a number of options to help transform your smile into one you’re happy with. Some procedures are more invasive, offering a permanent and low-maintenance solution without years of orthodontia. This is particularly good when you’re an adult looking for a quick solution to straighten your teeth. At the Dental Center, we provide high-quality porcelain …Read More

  8. Common Questions about Dental Implants

    If missing teeth are making you self-conscious about your smile, it might be time to explore your options. At the Dental Centres, our experienced staff can work with you to restore your smile. There are a number of ways to fill in missing teeth, ranging from partial dentures to full implants. Your dentist will discuss the options with you to find the right solution for your smile. Today, we’ll t…Read More

  9. Benefits of Sedation Dentistry

    If you struggle with fear of the dentist’s office, you’re not alone. In fact, thousands of people each year suffer from some level of dental anxiety, causing them to postpone treatments, cleanings, and regular checkups. This is why many dental practices are offering sedation dentistry as an option. At the Dental Centres, we’re proud to offer top-notch sedation dental treatments. No matter ho…Read More

  10. Avoid These Foods and Keep Your Smile Healthy

    Everyone knows that sugary foods lead to cavities and tooth decay, but there are other foods you should avoid in order to take care of your teeth. Here are a few of the lesser known problem-foods:   Ice While ice may not have sugar or other damaging additives, it can still damage your teeth. Simply consuming an icy beverage is fine, but chewing the ice can get you in trouble. We’ve seen a n…Read More