1. 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

  2. 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

  3. Why You Shouldn’t Fear Dental X-Rays

    Most people actually have some type of fear or trepidation about going to the dentist. It usually stems from some previous bad experience or listening to the bad experiences of others recounting the pain that they had to endure, the poor workmanship they might’ve received, or the fact that even with Novocain being injected into their gums they still felt discomfort and pain during the procedures…Read More

  4. 4 Reasons Dental Insurance Coverage Can Help Protect Your Teeth

    In Canada, we enjoy universal health coverage, but it is a basic kind. Many people are encouraged to consider supplemental health insurance, including dental insurance coverage. When you’re talking about protecting your teeth and improving your oral care, there are plenty of reasons why dental insurance would be a great option to choose. 1. It encourages people to visit the dentist more frequent…Read More

  5. Choosing the Right Dentist in 3 Easy Steps

    Taking care of your teeth requires regular care. Not only do you need to brush, floss, and rinse with mouthwash twice a day, but you also need to visit the dentist at least every six months for regular cleaning and checkup. The right dentist can go a long way toward improving your overall oral health and care. Here are three easy steps that can help you choose the right dentist for you and your fa…Read More

  6. 3 Tips to Make Flossing a Bit Easier, and Less Painful

    There are several things you should be doing for proper oral care. The most common things people think about is brushing at least twice a day, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash. One of the major drawbacks for people when it comes to flossing, though, is that it can be painful. Here are three tips that can help make flossing a bit more comfortable and less painful. Tip #1: Use the right type of …Read More

  7. Knocked Out! Get Proper Dental Care as Soon after an Emergency as Possible!

    You’re out playing football, soccer, or even baseball with friends. You’re having a great time, you’re laughing, and are getting a lot of exercise. However, during the heat of ‘battle,’ you get hit in the face. Maybe it was the baseball or somebody’s elbow. Maybe it was something else. In the end, after you’ve overcome the immediate pain, you realize a tooth has been knocked out or k…Read More

  8. 4 Ways to Cope with Braces for Teens

    For a young teenager, the first day, week, and month with braces can be extremely difficult to handle. They may feel extremely self-conscious, avoid smiling, and even cover their mouth when they’re talking. Coping with braces becomes an important part of dealing with them on an emotional level. Here are four ways that can help teenagers, and even adults, cope with their braces. 1. Focus on the e…Read More

  9. Some Great Foods for Positive Oral Health

    Most dentists recommend brushing, flossing, and rinsing with mouthwash after every meal. However, this may not be practical for everyone. People who are at work and go out to eat lunch may not have a toothbrush with them or the means to properly brush, floss, and rinse with mouthwash. Brushing twice a day should be the minimum for any individual who wishes to maintain positive oral health. Eating …Read More

  10. Dental Care is about More Than Just Your Teeth

    Dental care is absolutely essential for people of all ages, including infants and the elderly. It’s more than just about your teeth, especially what is going on with your teeth that cannot be seen visually. There are a number of germs and other bacteria that grow in your mouth. Some of these bacteria cause halitosis, or bad breath. That can be problematic for people, especially those who have a …Read More