1. Ages and Stages of Dental Health: Seniors

    As we grow older, we are vulnerable to many medical conditions and concerns. Taking care of our mouth and teeth is an important step to preventing problems, and knowing what you should watch for as an older adult can help you keep smiling for years to come! Today, in the last article in our series on ages and stages of dental health, we’ll be discussing the specific oral health concerns of senio…Read More

  2. Common Questions about Dental Implants

    If missing teeth are making you self-conscious about your smile, it might be time to explore your options. At the Dental Centres, our experienced staff can work with you to restore your smile. There are a number of ways to fill in missing teeth, ranging from partial dentures to full implants. Your dentist will discuss the options with you to find the right solution for your smile. Today, we’ll t…Read More

  3. Why Dentists Prefer to Save Your Real Teeth

    If given the choice, almost any dentist will prefer to work on saving your natural teeth rather than moving to any other option. There are usually several options with regard to replacing broken, chipped, or missing teeth. There are dentures, dental implants, and bridges. While those may seem like the easier option for some people, they aren’t the most ideal. Your teeth are special because of th…Read More

  4. Restorative Dental Implants

    Lost a tooth or need an irreparable tooth removed? There is no need to worry about how your smile will look – dental implants can restore your tooth with a tooth that will look as natural as your real teeth so that others will be unable to tell the difference. An expert Canadian cosmetic dentist can provide this work for you. Dental implants are a permanent solution for lost or missing teeth. Th…Read More