1. 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

  2. It’s Been Years Since You Visited the Dentist, but It’s Never Too Late

    If you are like a lot of people who live in Ontario, you might not have visited the dentist in quite some time. In fact, when you think about it you can’t even remember the last time you visited the dentist. Maybe all you remember is that it was a bad experience with a fair amount of pain and discomfort. The last thing anyone wants is to be subjected to pain. While dentists tend to get an unfair…Read More

  3. How to Relieve Anxiety about Visiting the Dentist

    One of the most common complaints that people have about the dentist is anxiety. They worry about what is going to happen once their name is called and they are walking through the door, following the dental assistant down the hall and then sitting in the chair next to all of those gleaming silver tools. Anxiety with regard to dental visits is actually far more common than most people will readily…Read More