1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. What to Know about Antibiotics before a Dental Procedure

    The most common antibiotic is a prophylaxis. If you or somebody you know has a history of heart disease or heart related issues and they may need some type of dental work, it’s important that they speak to not only their primary care physician but also the dentist before any work is begun. Everyone has bacteria in their mouth. Most of the bacteria is there for a good reason, to help to begin dig…Read More

  6. 3 Embarrassing Oral Health Problems You Can Solve Right Now

    You might be embarrassed by the condition of your teeth or some other aspect of your oral health. It may feel like there’s nothing you can do about it, either. In reality, getting to the dentist every six months for regular cleaning and checkup is the best way to stay on top of your oral health. Pain is one of most common symptoms people experience that indicates something is wrong with their te…Read More

  7. What You Eat Affects Your Teeth

    You might not have thought that certain foods you eat can have a direct and negative impact on your overall oral health, but it can. Most people generally understand that eating sweets and junk foods are relatively bad for your teeth. The main reason for this has to do with the sugar contained in these foods and snacks. When sugar mixes with the saliva in your mouth, it’s also mixing with the ba…Read More

  8. 3 Decent Home Remedies for Tooth Pain

    When you are experiencing tooth pain nothing else seems to matter. Even as an adult, throbbing along the gum line can be extremely distracting, causing you to have difficulty focusing on work, conversations people are having with you, and more. It’s important that any time you experience tooth pain you make an appointment with your dentist. If you haven’t been to see a dentist in many years, t…Read More

  9. 4 Steps to Proper Flossing Techniques

    Flossing seems to intimidate far too many people. Yet flossing is one of the most important aspects of proper oral care. If you don’t know how to floss properly, your teeth are not in proper alignment, or they seem to be jammed together extremely tight, you might have difficulty working the floss in between the teeth. This can cause you to give up flossing altogether. Don’t give up. Here are f…Read More

  10. Why Teeth Today Are in Worse Condition than during the Stone Age

    If one were to really think about it, comparing the health of people today to those during the Stone Age might seem like a no-brainer. After all, people in the Stone Age didn’t live all that long, did they? No, they didn’t. Yet they were exposed to far greater health risks then we face today. The people who lived during that period of time had to deal with wild animals, limited shelter options…Read More