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What to expect from wisdow tooth surgery

Wisdom teeth are the last molars to erupt in the mouth. They usually erupt in the mouth between the ages of 15-25. Quite often, there isn’t enough room in the mouth for the eruption of these teeth & they become mal-aligned. Due to this misalignment, you might experience pain, pressure, infection, and damage t...
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Getting Invisalign in Toronto

Invisalign are customized, clear, removable orthodontic aligners, alternatives to metal braces, used for correcting the tooth malalignment. After an initial consult, your dentist will take a digital scan of your mouth to create a customized treatment plan for you. The images from these scans are then used for the fabri...
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At what age should kids go to a dentist?

Parents in Toronto often ask us what age they should bring their child to see a dentist. The first deciduous or baby tooth erupts at the age of about 6 months & the first visit of your child to a pediatrician for dental reasons, should be after 6 months of his first tooth eruption, from age 1-3 yrs. Prepare ...
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Rebuilding Beautiful Smiles

We know that dentists keep our teeth and gum healthy with regular checkups and cleanings. These checkups help prevent more serious issues down the road. However, some of us already have severe dental problems that need help immediately. Some dental issues more critical and need advanced methods of treatments. Fixing...
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What to Expect, Root Canals

Most of us hear the words Root Canal and run screaming for the nearest exit. Some of us may immediately think of the poor victims waking up from anesthesia by family and splashed all over YouTube. However, with advancements in modern dentistry and the use of local anesthetics, these critical procedures can be tolerated...
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The Ugly Truth, Gum Disease

Your gums are the basis for good health in your mouth. Without proper care, issues such as Gingivitis a common mild form of gum disease (periodontal disease) can cause irritation, redness, and swelling (inflammation) of your gingiva, the part of your gum around the base of your teeth. Untreated Gingivitis can lead to a...
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Don't Hide Bad Breath, Treat It

Suffering from bad breath can be embarrassing, especially if you are face to face with people on a regular basis. Bad breath is also known as halitosis plagues countless people on a daily basis, and while brushing teeth remedies it in some cases, other instances of bad breath are chronic or recurring which calls for a...
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The importance of regular dental check ups

The importance of regular dental checkups can become neglected in the press of school, work responsibilities, and financial stress. Considering that we eat to live, the significance of having a healthy set of teeth is essential to our quality of life. Teeth are part of the mouth that is used for biting, tearing and che...
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The Dental Implant: Discover Its Benefits

The fear of losing your teeth is what most of us have experience. Nowadays, tooth loss does not have to be a permanent problem. Our dental implant system offers a safe and reliable method for replacing teeth, whether you've lost one, many or all of them. Your new tooth looks and feels natural, and let you stay, laugh a...
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Why is it essential to get teeth cleaning every 3-6 months?!

It is quite obvious that several people ponder about the answer to this question. Although it may seem excessive to some, there is absolutely no doubt that recurrent visits to your dentist are very important! Of course, the condition of your oral hygiene and gums will determine the frequency of your visits to your good...
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