1. Proper Oral Care Doesn’t End, Even When You Have Dentures

    If you’re one of the millions of Canadians who have some type of dentures, whether they are full or partial, it can certainly be easy to assume that proper oral care is no longer necessary. After all, if you have full dentures it means you don’t have any of your original teeth. As a result, why would you even care about your oral health? In reality, taking care of your mouth is still vitally i…Read More

  2. 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

  3. Crooked Teeth, Flossing, and 3 Ways to Improve this Important ‘Habit’

    For those who have crooked teeth or some other issues that make it difficult to floss, here are three ways you can improve this habit over time. Choose the right type of floss. A waxed floss may be more practical for somebody with crooked teeth. Some of those teeth can be wedged together, making it extremely difficult to maneuver floss between them. However, if your dentist can do it, so can you. …Read More

  4. 3 Ways Your Oral Health Affects Overall Health

    The body is an incredible system. Just about every single component of the human body can affect other areas of health and well-being. When you are focused on maintaining proper oral health, it has a direct and positive influence on your overall health. There are number of ways this happens. One of the most significant is that when people don’t brush and floss on a regular basis, they are not ge…Read More

  5. What to Do when You Need Dental Fillings

    Several decades ago, whenever somebody had a cavity and needed it to be filled, the most common was a silver amalgam, which usually consists of some level of mercury mixed with silver, zinc, tin, or copper. Today, there are many different types of fillings a person can choose from. Teeth can be filled with porcelain, gold, that silver amalgam, plastic, and composite resin. If you have visited your…Read More

  6. 5 Ways Poor Oral Health Care Can be Affecting Your Confidence, and Your Life

    Below are five ways that, not taking care of your oral health, can actually affect your entire life, including a confidence. 1. You may smile less often. People who have poor oral health and don’t take care of their teeth properly may be self-conscious about the way their teeth look. Smiling can have a direct impact on emotional well-being and if you’re not smiling as often as you might if you…Read More