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. Bad Breath May be More than Just Poor Brushing Practices

    Dealing with halitosis, more commonly referred to as bad breath, can certainly be embarrassing for anyone. If you notice your breath is beginning to smell foul, even though you’ve been brushing on a regular basis, it could be the result of more than just poor brushing practices. Maybe you brush on a regular basis, once or twice a day. That’s a good start but it’s not enough to ensure healthy…Read More

  3. Bad Breath, Brushing, and Still No Improvement? Some Foods Could Help

    If you’ve been brushing your teeth on a regular basis, flossing twice a day, and rinsing with mouthwash afterward, you are taking care of your teeth the way dentists recommend. However, even though you might be brushing twice a day, flossing and rinsing with mouthwash, you could still have a problem with halitosis. Halitosis is essentially bad breath. A person who has bad breath may become self …Read More

  4. All that Coffee Truly Does Affect Your Smile, and Your Breath

    If you drink coffee on a regular basis, then you’re not alone. There are millions of regular coffee drinkers throughout Ontario and the rest of Canada and for many of them, stained teeth and bad breath are part of the package deal. There are several foods and beverages (as well as a few bad habits) than affect the condition of our teeth. Soda can erode the enamel and cause staining. Smoking can …Read More

  5. 5 Ways to Overcome Bad Breath

    If you have bad breath, it can affect many aspects of your personal life. Depending on the severity of the halitosis, it can actually have a negative impact on your professional life as well. People respond to others with bad breath in various ways. Some will avoid getting too close to the individual with bad breath. Others will decide that it is not even worth being in the same room with them. Ov…Read More

  6. Common Causes of Bad Breath

    Just about everyone, at some point in time, will experience the negative aspects of bad breath. If you’re one of the fortunate few that don’t actually have bad breath ever, you probably have met some people whose breath could wilt flowers, melt paint, and leave people running for cover. Just because you brush your teeth, floss regularly, and rinse with mouthwash, that doesn’t mean you’re i…Read More

  7. How To Beat Bad Breath

    Chronic, severe bad breath is known as halitosis. It can be tough to cope with and can put a major damper on your life if you ignore it. You can significantly lower the severity of your halitosis by identifying contributing factors and dealing with the causes directly rather than trying to cover them up with mouthwash or mints. Here are some of the major contributors to halitosis: If you are a smo…Read More