Oral Hygiene Tips You May Not Know

Oral hygiene

Brushing, flossing and visiting your dental team 2-3 times per year are the foundations of good oral care routines, but chances are, you already know that! The basics of how to care for your teeth, gums, mouth and jaw are typically well known to most, but there are many other ways that you can optimize…

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What Causes The Discolouration Of A Tooth?

Discolouration Of A Tooth

A bright white smile is a sign of health and beauty. Many patients are concerned with discoloured teeth. There are many reasons that a tooth may become discoloured. The most common reason is the food and drink that is being consumed. Luckily, that is also the most treatable and preventable cause. Let’s take a closer…

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How Do Dental Splints Help Relieve TMJ Disorder?

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Millions of people worldwide suffer from temporomandibular disorder (TMD), many of which don’t realize that the TMJ is causing or contributing to their discomfort. With the proper treatment from a dentist at our Calgary clinic, we can restore harmony to your TMJ. The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of the most complex and frequently used…

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What Type Of Filling Material Is Best?

Teeth filling material

There are many different materials that can be used to fill a hole in your tooth that is typically created by removing decay (cavities), a minor fracture, tooth wear or erosion. While there are advantages and disadvantages of each option, your dentist will typically have a preference on which type of filling material they feel…

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Dental Implants Are The Best Option For Missing Teeth

dental implant

We all want to have a beautiful smile that we feel confident sharing with the world, but sometimes things happen that can cause tooth loss. Whether it’s an accident, injury, extraction or decay over time, many adults suffer lost teeth throughout the course of their lifetime and will require a solution to fill the space…

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Dental Bonding Case Study

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Dental bonding is an art form that requires training, skill and patience, as well as a passion for creating smiles that truly dazzle! Dental bonding is a treatment where a durable tooth-coloured material is applied to the tooth surface and sculpted to create a new, natural looking tooth. It’s minimally invasive with results that are…

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Poor Dental Health and Heart Disease

Poor Dental Health and Heart Disease - Ambiance

In recent years, researchers have discovered a strong link between poor dental health and heart disease. In fact, having untreated gum disease can make you 20% more likely to develop heart conditions. While there has always been a solid case for maintaining good oral health, the confirmation that an unhealthy mouth can lead to a…

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