The CDA reports that while 73% of the population brushes twice per day, only 28% are regularly flossing. Could this be due to the (highly inaccurate) report back in 2016 that flossing was not beneficial to your oral health? Or is it just because most people hate the feeling of string wrapped around the fingers and two hands trying to maneuver the floss between the teeth?
Have you or a loved one been diagnosed with Type II Diabetes? If so, you should know that there is a link between diabetes and gum disease. In fact, diabetes and gum disease often go hand in hand. If bacteria in the mouth reproduces unchecked, it causes inflammation.
We often strive to make sound eating choices based on our personal health requirements as well as recommendations by the nutritional experts. Did you know your dental health team also has nutritional recommendations that will help to improve your oral health?
There are many reasons you may at some point find yourself missing a tooth or more than one tooth. You may have had an accident, gum disease or a very deep cavity that has caused the loss of a tooth. Not to worry, we are here to help you navigate tooth replacement options to come up with the best solution for you.
What an exciting time! Your child is ready to go to the dentist! The Canadian Dental Association recommends children are seen by a dental professional within six months of the eruption of their first tooth, or by the age of 1 year. Now you may be thinking “there is no way my child will sit still for a dental appointment”!
We have all been there, and there is nothing quite like the pain of a sore tooth to affect your day-to-day living. But is it an emergency? Here are some signs and symptoms to look out for that will give you an indication that you need to come in right away!
Everyone knows that you go to your dentist for any mouth related issues and to your family doctor for everything else, but did you know that the two are directly linked? You might be very surprised to learn that your oral health will most certainly have an impact on your overall health!
Last week was the final week of our social media contest. We have our newest member of the team up! Martha was very enthusiastic about coming up with her 2 Truths and a Lie. This was the last chance for anyone to get a point towards the $100 Keg gift card! Here we go! Which is the lie?
Welcome back to our contest! We are now in Week 5. Only 2 chances left to win a point to qualify for the $100 Keg Giftcard. This week we have our wonderful hygienist Jess up. Remember, your job is to determine which of the following 3 statements about Jess is the lie. Here we go!
We are halfway through our contest, which means you still have 3 chances to earn points towards winning the $100 Keg Giftcard! Remember how to play? One of our team members will give 3 statements about his or herself. One will be a lie! Your job is to head on over to Instagram or Facebook and choose which is the lie by commenting on the post.