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  • Why do I have black stains on my teeth?

    Stain on the teeth can have a variety of causes; stains can be attributed to not only poor brushing habits or coloured food, but also by medications, supplements and bacteria! Foods and drinks such...

  • Do I need dental x-rays?

    Why do we need x-rays? X-rays also known as radiographs are required in the dental setting as diagnostic tools. Viewing teeth in the mouth does NOT provide dental practitioners with the entire...

  • Women & Oral Health

    Puberty: Throughout puberty many changes are occurring in the body, including in the mouth! The body produces extra sex hormones such as estrogen and progesterone increasing the blood supply to the...

  • How regular dental visits protect you from...

    Studies suggest that regular dental visits protect against pneumonia by reducing the levels of harmful bacteria in the mouth. Based on health records of more than 26,000 people in America, suggest...

  • Flossing – Why it’s essential for your oral...

    Brushing your teeth on a consistent twice daily basis is extremely important in providing much needed fluoride to the teeth and removing plaque bacteria sitting on the tooth surface. Each tooth has 5...

  • Dental Crown Info Blog

    Why does my dentist recommend a dental crown for my tooth? Dental crowns are recommended as they are comprised of a stronger material in comparison to a white filling, providing additional protection...

  • Life After Braces

    When braces come off: Having your braces removed is a reason to smile! Immediately after braces, your teeth will feel ‘slimy’ while you adjust to not having any brackets stuck onto your teeth. Your...

  • Tips after having a filling ...

    Tips after having a filling... After fixing a tooth by placing a filling, soreness and sensitivity can occur, this may last for hours or even days after the placement of a filling. Easy tasks such as...

  • Dental Acid Erosion

    What is dental erosion? Dental erosion is the loss of the enamel and dentine layers of the teeth due to acids being consumed through food or drink or by acids coming up internally from your stomach....

  • Stopping the bottle

    Teeth in babies and toddlers are as important as adult teeth and are just as susceptible to decay. Tooth decay in infants & toddlers is commonly referred to as Baby Bottle Tooth Decay or Early...

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