5 Habits That Cause Bad Teeth Health

Did you know that approximately 25 percent of Canadians fail to see a dentist each year? Most people know that seeing a dentist for regular dental cleanings and avoiding sugary foods are a couple of the best ways to keep your oral health in great shape, but there are other habits that have a big impact, too. In fact, there are certain habits you

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Why Do My Teeth Hurt When I Fly on a Plane?

We’ve all been there before. You hop on an airplane, and midway through your flight, your teeth start to hurt. You haven’t had any dental pain at all as of late, but something has aggravated your teeth and now you’re having a rough flight as a result. This can be a terrible way to start

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Dental Bonding vs. Veneers: What is the Difference?

About 5.5 percent of Canadians have untreated cavities, while 6.4 percent have no teeth. Millions of people are embarrassed about their teeth because of stains, discoloration, and other aesthetic issues. Dental trauma, cavities, and even aging can affect the size, shape, and appearance of your teeth. If you have any of these problems, you might feel insecure

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Poor Oral Hygiene and Teeth Cleaning

Some serious medical conditions may cause bleeding gums, but the most frequent cause of bleeding gums is poor oral hygiene, which leads to gingivitis. Gingivitis means that the gums are inflamed, red, and bleed easily when touched as a result of plaque building up on the teeth. Proper cleaning of the teeth prevents gingivitis and

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Who is a candidate for immediate denture?

When the removal of all of your remaining teeth is required because of severe gum disease or caries, a set of immediate dentures can be fabricated in advance to be inserted at the time of teeth removal. With immediate dentures, you can walk away with a full smile the same day as your operation. After

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full mouth reconstruction- Vancouver


Patients with severe tooth wear need to undergo a unique treatment approach. Tooth wear happens due to many factors, such as acidic environments (acid reflux), traumatic bites, parafunction habits (grinding and clenching), and an acidic diet/drinks. When extensive tooth wear happens, full mouth reconstruction and re-establishment of your bite is needed. The goal of such

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Crowns Vs Veneers: Which option is right for you?

If you have a chipped or cracked tooth/tooth, you may look at having either crowns or veneers, depending on the damage to the tooth. Both crowns and veneers can be used to fix teeth that have cracked or chipped, however, both can serve a different purpose. Whats the difference? Crowns Dental crowns are a thin,

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