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Having the right information about dental care is an important step good oral health. Take a look at our resources on a wide range of dental care topics.

There a number of dental specialists who work to ensure your mouth is healthy and beautiful- but What is the difference between a dentist and a periodontist?

Losing your adult teeth is never a good thing. Having holes in your smile can affect your mouth function, speech and even your self-confidence. People will most commonly find dental bridges and dental implants as potential solutions when turning to their dentist.

Good oral care practices such as brushing twice daily, flossing before bed, and rinsing with mouthwash are all great ways to maintain the health of the gums and teeth. However, they still need to see their dentist at least every 6 months or as recommended by their dentist.

A dental emergency can be a scary situation if you don't know how to handle it. Learn about what is considered a dental emergency and how to handle the situation so your bad situation can have a better outcome.

Exacerbation of gum disease results in the exposure of the gums, teeth, and bone to a host of bacteria. If not urgently treated, it can cause permanent damage and can lead to tooth loss.

Roughly every 1 in 5 children are afraid of visiting the dentist. It is a concern for many parents because the dental anxiety can be detrimental to their child’s oral health. Our dental team has some suggestions that might help!

With over 30,000 different dental insurance plans in Ontario alone, there is no one-size-fits-all dental insurance plan – we are here to help you choose the best dental insurance plan for you.

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