1. 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

  2. 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

  3. 3 Common Questions New Parents Have about Their Baby’s Teeth

    The moment you welcome your new baby into the world, you probably also have a number of questions. You may have questions about the baby’s health, colic, jaundice, eating habits, sleeping habits, cries, teeth and more. It’s enough to make any new parent a bit crazy. However, it’s a good kind of crazy, if you know what I mean. When it comes to your baby’s teeth, here are three common questi…Read More

  4. Did You Know? Diet Soda is as Bad for Your Teeth as Meth

    If you didn’t realize just how harmful diet soda can be for your overall health and well-being, you probably didn’t realize how damaging it can be for your teeth as well. Soda is bad enough because of the sugar contained within. When the sugar mixes in your mouth it combines with the bacteria that is naturally present there. This helps to form acid. Acid then begins to attack the enamel on you…Read More

  5. 3 Ways the Condition of Your Teeth Say a Lot about Your Health

    Maybe you’ve been wondering whether or not you are in good health. Most people have a tendency to understand their health, at least in some general sense. For example, you may have a tendency to miss out on exercising every day, eat a donut for breakfast, grab fast food for lunch, and feel fatigued and lethargic during the later afternoon and evening hours. You have a pretty good idea that your …Read More

  6. 3 Ways Tobacco is Killing Your Teeth

    Tobacco is extremely bad for your overall health and can affect your oral health as well. You’ve probably noticed your teeth have become extremely stained through the years as a result of smoking. No matter how much you brush, how often you floss and rinse with mouthwash, nothing seems to work. You begin to notice some darker spots developing on your teeth or soreness in your gums. Here are thre…Read More

  7. 3 Reasons a Water Pick isn’t Going to Offer Much Benefit for Your Teeth

    Maybe you’ve heard about water pics for oral health for quite some time. These devices were incredibly popular during the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s, and while they are still around and a lot of people do use them, they aren’t going to offer the kind of benefit you might hope for. Why people use water pics. One of most common reason a person uses a water pick is to try and clean food and other pa…Read More

  8. Ignoring Pain in Your Teeth Could Make Matters Worse

    It’s easy to ignore pain when it isn’t overwhelming. Most people have a tendency to define pain in different ways. Some people would rate an incredible amount of pain in their legs, for example, at 6 on a scale of 1 to 10 or somebody else may report it as a 10. When you have pain in your teeth or under your gums, it can certainly be annoying, but it’s not likely to interfere with many of the…Read More

  9. 5 Steps to Choosing the Right Dentist

    Choosing the right dentist for you and your family doesn’t have to be such a difficult challenge. A lot of people have a tendency to avoid going to the dentist because they have an inherent fear of pain and discomfort. They may have had a bad experience at the dentist previously and haven’t been to see one in many years. When it’s time for you to get back to the dentist, follow these five st…Read More

  10. Antibiotics are often Not Necessary before Dental Work, but only Your Dentist Should Determine That

    Antibiotics are usually prescribed to fight some type of infection, either viral or bacterial. When you’re going in for major dental work, it’s usually going to result in cutting of the gums and that exposes those gums to all of the bacteria that naturally sits inside your mouth. If that bacteria gets into your gums and into your bloodstream, it can cause infections and even illnesses. Some pe…Read More