1. Four Reasons You Need Your Teeth Cleaned

    At the Dental Centre, we know that dentistry can be a stressful experience. We try to make you feel comfortable throughout your entire treatment and are experienced in providing dental care for the whole family. Even if you don’t particularly look forward to your dental appointment, or you find it a source of anxiety, there are many reasons you shouldn’t postpone your dental cleaning. Here are…Read More

  2. A Pain Free and Stress Free Experience

    Going to the Dental Centre does not ever have to mean anxiety, worry, or fear. You can trust that your comfort level is being considered and respected at every stage of your care, from the minute you pick up the phone to make an appointment, until you’re leaving the office with a follow-up appointment card in your pocket. At the Dental Centre our team of cosmetic dentists and oral healthcare pro…Read More

  3. Beautify Your Smile, Better Your Life

    Do you hide your smile when you laugh or avoid being photographed smiling? Cosmetic Dentistry can give you that new, confident smile of your dreams. A damaged smile can be refreshed and rejuvenated with the right restorations. And you can have that vibrant, youthful smile sooner than you might imagine. The Dental Centre offers an array of the latest restorative and cosmetic procedures, as well as …Read More

  4. Training and Technology

    The Dental Centre uses the up to date technology, including intra-oral camera exams, digital radiography. We are fully trained, skilled and certified to provide you with the best dental care. Every member of our team fulfills his or her responsibility for continuing education by attending dental conventions, seminars and lectures. We want to stay up-to-date and informed on new equipment and treatm…Read More

  5. Port Perry Cosmetic Dentistry

    If you live in the Port Perry area and have missing teeth, cosmetic dentistry can restore your smile. Implant dentistry is the most advanced therapy. Dental implant restorations look, feel, and act just like natural teeth. These implants are the best alternative available for your natural teeth. Once in place they can make a dramatic difference in your quality of life. You won’t have trouble che…Read More

  6. Are Teeth Bleaches a Smart Choice?

    Dealing with stained and yellow teeth can be frustrating. It’s enough to cause people to cover up their mouth when they smile, laugh, or talk in close proximity with others. There are many products on the market that advertise as being ‘teeth whiteners.’ Most of these teeth whiteners are bleaching agents. The main goal of these bleaching agents is to get rid of those stains to help your teet…Read More

  7. The Reason Why Chewing Your Food Properly is So Vital to Good Health

    You might not give much thought to chewing your food. Most of us, as children, were told by our parents (probably repeatedly) to properly chew our food. While you might not think much about it now, as an adult, it’s still incredibly important. Chewing your food properly is vital to good health. First and foremost, digestion starts in the mouth. When you begin eating, you might assume that digest…Read More

  8. Manual or Electric Toothbrushes: The Grudge Match

    You’re looking for a new toothbrush. You have been looking at your old one and can’t even remember when you actually opened the package for the first time. It is worn out, the bristles are folded out the sides, and it looks like it’s been used to clean the toilet, the floor, and every other hard surface in your entire house. That may sound disgusting, but the longer you have a toothbrush, th…Read More

  9. Proper Oral Care Doesn’t End, Even When You Have Dentures

    If you’re one of the millions of Canadians who have some type of dentures, whether they are full or partial, it can certainly be easy to assume that proper oral care is no longer necessary. After all, if you have full dentures it means you don’t have any of your original teeth. As a result, why would you even care about your oral health? In reality, taking care of your mouth is still vitally i…Read More

  10. 4 Dental Health Habits You Should Take on Now

    Habits are things that you have a tendency to do consistently time and time again, day after day, week after week. When you’re talking about dental health, there are a number of habits you should begin developing as soon as possible. Here are four of them to consider. 1. Brushing at least twice a day. Every dentist will recommend brushing your teeth at least twice a day. This should generally be…Read More