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February 28, 2017 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Types of Retainers After Orthodontics

Types of Retainers After Orthodontics

Finally, all those months (or maybe years) of changing elastics or Invisalign trays is finally over. Your once misaligned teeth, with spacing or crowding, are now all nice and straight! You can’t help showing off your new pearly white smile, while having the world smile back at you. Although your...

February 16, 2017 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on How Teeth Whitening in North York Works

How Teeth Whitening in North York Works

We have consistently been asked about different teeth whitening options, especially with the ocean of products available to the public. Reasonably so, patients have asked us about the benefits and dangers, the risk of sensitivity, the chance that the enamel may thin, and how long the results will last. Since...

February 6, 2017 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Staying Warm At Yonge and Lawrence This Winter

Staying Warm At Yonge and Lawrence This Winter

In the middle of the cold winter, its sometimes hard to remember the warm and sunny summers we get here in Toronto. Although yes, it does get dark earlier, and yes, its wet and slushy out, there are still tons of great things to do in the Yonge and Lawrence...

December 22, 2016 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Dental Implant Planning: CT Scans, Surgical Guides, and more!

Dental Implant Planning: CT Scans, Surgical Guides, and more!

Many patients have recently consulted with us regarding replacing one or several missing teeth with dental implants. Being the gold standard of tooth replacement, it makes perfect sense since they are a permanent, non-removable, comfortable, and cosmetically beautiful solution! Once you’ve decided on moving forward with dental implants, whats next? Planning! ...

August 10, 2016 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on So We’ve Heard A Lot about Flossing In the News Recently…

So We’ve Heard A Lot about Flossing In the News Recently…

As many of you have heard, several Canadian and American prominent news outlets began publishing a story about the lack of scientific evidence and studies about the true effectiveness of flossing to prevent gum disease and cavity/decay formation.  From this finding, many newscasters went so far as to correlate this...

June 23, 2016 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on What to do about a “knocked out” tooth?

What to do about a “knocked out” tooth?

Dental emergencies unfortunately do occur, and they can range in severity and condition. One of the more common dental accidents is trauma to a front tooth during a sporting event, leading to an complete avulsion or knocked out tooth! Many times after this type of trauma, the tooth would fall...

January 28, 2016 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Handwashing

Handwashing

As dental professionals, assistants, and staff members, we wash our hands so frequently to ensure proper infection control that it has now become second nature throughout the work day and in our personal lives. Although many people in other industries may understandably not require as frequent hand washing as those...

December 11, 2015 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Holiday Season Tips!

Holiday Season Tips!

With the holidays just around the corner, we all will inevitably be attending their associated parties. Whether it be an office holiday party, a family gathering, or reunion of old classmates, food and drinks ‘a plenty’ will be served. Here are a few suggestions to make sure you keep with...

October 29, 2015 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Options to Replace a Missing Tooth

Options to Replace a Missing Tooth

It was a cold and icy day in the middle of winter, and you just pulled into your driveway. You hop out of your car as quickly as possible to rush back into the warmth of your house. As luck would have it, you slip on an ice patch and...

September 24, 2015 | Uncategorized | Comments Off on Fluoride in Community Water

Fluoride in Community Water

Fluoride, a naturally occurring mineral, has been proven to inhibit and even reverse tooth decay. As a result of its benefits, Ontario began a program to fluoridated its water in 1945 as a preventative measure to reduce tooth decay. Today, nearly 80% of Ontario’s population have access to fluoridated water....

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