Tag: Dental Advice

Taking the Fear Out of a Dental Visit - 5 Tips for An Easy Appointment

Did you know that an estimated 40% of Canadians have a fear of visiting the dentist? Despite many impressive technological advances that make most types of dental work a breeze compared to what they once were, dental anxiety is still a very common occurrence. This is primarily because fear is a psychological phenomenon, but one that still feels very real, ...

Category: Dental Treatments, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Health for Seniors

Top 5 Signs You May Have a Cavity

Did you know that almost 100 percent of the adults in the world suffer from some form of tooth decay every year? Additionally, somewhere between 60 and 90 percent of kids suffer from tooth decay as well. Tooth decay can, unfortunately, lead to cavities. And if cavities are left untreated for a long period of time, they can lead to even more serious oral hea ...

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How Dental Veneers Have Changed Over the Years

Did you know that dental veneers have been around for about a century? And in that long span of time, dental veneers have evolved drastically. Dental veneers of today are so far from those removable tooth caps that started it all. If you think you will need veneers, it is a good idea to know more about how they have changed over the years! Porcelain venee ...

Category: Dental Treatments, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Health for Seniors

Dental X-Rays - Are They Dangerous?

Dental x-rays are usually used as a diagnostic procedure and it is considered safe as they have really low doses of radiation and produces just a small fraction of what other imaging procedures exposes you to. If you think you are going to need dental x-rays or if you are worried about getting one because of your medical condition, you should read on to know ...

Category: Dental Treatments, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Health for Seniors

Do You Need a Periodontist?

Every year, millions of people around the world are affected by periodontal disease or gum disease. In fact, it is one of the leading causes of tooth loss among adults. One major concern is that most people do not realize that they have gum disease until they experience severe pain or they actually loose teeth. This is because there are very few symptoms of ...

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Bad Breath and Wisdom Teeth – Is There a Connection?

Wisdom teeth are thus called because they are normally the last ones to appear and at a relatively late age. In some instances, wisdom teeth or third molars don’t fully come out of the gums. In such cases, they are called impacted wisdom teeth. These impacted teeth may cause infection due to bacterial growth and even bad breath. This can be addressed by ...

Category: Dental Treatments, Dentistry, Oral Health, Oral Health for Seniors