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6 Reasons to Choose Dental Implants

Scenario: You’re a twenty- or thirty-something professional with your whole life ahead of you. Chances are you’re either still looking for Mr. or Ms. Right or in a fairly young relationship. You’ve taken care of your teeth your whole life, but stuff happens and now one (or two!) of your teeth are badly decayed or [...]

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Pros and Cons of Dental Implants

Dental implants are getting more popular by the day, with the overall market growth expected to reach 6.8% a year from now until 2024. Research shows this is being driven by the increasing ways these implants can be used to treat various dental conditions, and, particularly in Canada, by the ever-growing geriatric population. As the [...]

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Dental Crowns: Are They REALLY Worth the Cost?

Dental Crowns: Are They REALLY Worth the Cost? One damaged or discolored tooth, especially if it’s in the front of your mouth, can really knock your confidence. More than that, however, your front teeth play critical roles in your life, and if they are damaged you can expect to find aspects of your health being [...]

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Why You Should Never Ignore Bleeding Gums

You’re cleaning your teeth and you spot a smear of blood on the toothbrush, mixed in with the foamy toothpaste. No big deal, you think. Maybe you have a couple of small mouth sores, or perhaps your toothbrush nicked a spot on your gum. While both of those are possible, it’s best not to ignore [...]

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When Should Your Child Have the First Dental Exam?

Children start young these days. That’s especially true when it comes to dental care, and the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) supports this fully. In fact, the CDA recommends that infants be assessed by a dentist within 6 months of their first tooth erupting. At the very latest, your child should have his or her first [...]

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Excellent Reasons to Have a Bi-Annual Dental Checkup

Visiting your dentist every six months might not be the most fun you could be having, but it is one of the most important appointments to keep. A regular dental checkup does more than just check for cavities and give you clean teeth; it provides your dentist with a chance to make sure you aren’t [...]

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How Dental Bridges Work to Replace Missing Teeth

Most people are self-conscious enough about their appearance to care if they have a missing front tooth, but what happens when you’re missing a tooth that’s out of sight? Even if it’s not easily visible, any missing teeth can result in a lack of support for the teeth on either side of the gap. Without [...]

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How Well Does Invisalign Actually Work?

Invisalign is a series of clear, removable orthodontic retainers that are almost invisible, which you wear over your natural teeth to straighten them. You’ll be given a number of aligners to take home from your dental appointment, which you will need to wear 22 hrs a day for one week at a time. After that, you [...]

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5 Signs You Might Need a Root Canal Treatment

There are a number of reasons why you might need a root canal treatment, even though your teeth are generally healthy and well cared-for. Some of these are preventable, while others are less so. Here are 5 signs you would benefit from an endodontic procedure carried out by our dentist in Surrey BC. Reason #1: [...]

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Does Dental Sedation Really Make You Relax?

Does the idea of having any dental procedure give you nightmares and make you tense with anxiety? Do you shiver at the idea of the dentist working in your mouth while you like back in the chair trying not to gag? Many people would rather tolerate dental problems indefinitely than have treatment, for exactly this [...]

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Common Questions About Tooth Extractions

Having anything surgically removed can be traumatic, regardless of how necessary it is. Thankfully, tooth extractions are one of the least complex surgical procedures you can have. Typically, extractions are a result of disease, injury trauma to your mouth, or overcrowding of your teeth. Here are answers from the best dentist in Surrey BC to [...]

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Everything You Need to Know About Dentures

Dentures are artificial devices created by your dentist to replace any missing teeth. Whether you lost the teeth through an injury or they were extracted for any reason, it’s important to replace them as soon as possible to retain the shape and structure of your mouth and facial muscles. Far too many people in years [...]

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What Happens During a Teeth Cleaning?

If your mother told you prevention was better than cure, she might have been referring to your dental health. Brushing and flossing twice a day are important, but it takes more than that to really give you good oral health. A regular dental cleaning by a dental hygienist can make all the difference in the [...]

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Managing Sensitive Teeth After a Filling

A dental filling is the most common way to treat cavities, which is when a small hole develops in a decayed tooth. Your dentist fills the hole with material such as amalgam or tooth-coloured composite to protect the nerve endings in the tooth and prevent it from further damage. Most patients feel nothing during a [...]

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7 Ways Dental Implants Can Change Your Life

We live in a very appearance-oriented society, and your teeth are often one of the first things others notice about you. Gaps between your teeth are somewhat less than elegant, and teeth damaged by cavities, trauma and other dental problems can cause you pain, inconvenience, and difficulty eating and speaking, not to mention the bruising [...]

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Repairing a Damaged Smile with Dental Crowns

Tooth damage occurs for a multitude of reasons, the most common ones being trauma from injury, or oral health issues. The great thing about modern dentistry is that you don’t simply have to “live with it,” as people did not so very long ago. Whatever the reason your smile is not as confident and attractive [...]

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