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| Jun 21 |

IV Sedation Vs. Laughing Gas – When Do We Use What?

Are you avoiding a dental procedure out of fear? You don’t have to worry. There are options that can help reduce your anxiety and fear during any dental treatment. IV sedation and ‘laughing gas’ (nitrous oxide gas) are common sedation methods that have been used to help patients just like you relax when undergoing treatments

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| Jun 6 |

5 Tricks to Teach Your Kids Good Oral Health

It’s not easy getting your kids to brush their teeth, never mind convincing them to floss. But if you’re armed with a few tricks up your sleeve, you may be able to get them to do just that and without much effort. Let us show you what we mean — here are five tricks to

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| May 15 |

5 Associated Benefits of Good Oral Health

Your entire body is interconnected in many different ways, and your mouth acts as a window into your body. So when you think about it, it really makes sense how the condition of your teeth and gums influences other areas of the body, like your heart. Maintaining proper oral hygiene is necessary for keeping your

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| May 10 |

4 Signs Your Wisdom Teeth Need to Go

Wondering how to know when your wisdom teeth need to go? If you’re starting to notice sensitivity around the back area of your mouth, it’s important to be able to monitor and recognize when it’s time to visit your dentist. If you experience any of these signs, schedule an appointment as soon as possible to

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What is Cosmetic Dentistry?
| Apr 13 |

What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

If you asked five friends how they felt about the appearance of their teeth, it’s likely that at least half would respond to say they don’t like the look or shape. Whether it’s the size, the colour or the alignment, there’s always something we wish to improve with our smile. Thankfully, that’s where cosmetic dentistry

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5 Things NOT to Do When Brushing
| Apr 13 |

5 Things NOT to Do When Brushing

Your teeth take care of many important functions. But if you don’t take proper care of them, you could end up facing some serious health concerns in the future. That’s why it’s important to learn the proper techniques for brushing, flossing, and maintaining good dental hygiene. One way to start a proper regimen is to

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Our Sleep Apnea Appliances
| Mar 14 |

Our Sleep Apnea Appliances

Do you suffer from restless nights because your partner keeps you awake with their snoring and jolting? Or is it the other way around? Regardless, it’s time that you get it checked out to ensure that it’s not the sign of a more serious problem called Obstructive Sleep Apnea or OSA. To find out more

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Dealing with TMD? We can Help
| Mar 8 |

Dealing with TMD? We can Help

Have you recently been diagnosed with temporomandibular disorder by your dentist? Don’t be intimidated by the name. It simply describes problems with the temporomandibular joint (TMJ) in your jaw. Often those that have TMD syndrome experience pain and noises in their jaw, and have problems with movement in the area. If you’ve been experiencing these

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May Dentures be Right for You?
| Feb 2 |

May Dentures be Right for You?

If you have missing teeth and are wondering if dentures are right for you, it’s always important to consult with your dentist to determine this first. Dentures are a common and effective method for protecting the health of your mouth while invigorating your smile. Here’s more about dentures and if they’re right for you. You

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Dealing with Your Child's First Cavity
| Feb 2 |

Dealing with Your Child’s First Cavity

Hearing that your child has a cavity can come as a big shock. Even if you’ve done everything right and followed the proper dental advice, your child’s teeth can still be prone to tooth decay. When it happens, the first cavity should be dealt with lightly to avoid frightening your child (or punishing yourself). If

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