Did you know that there are three types of dental cavities that a person can experience? It’s true! Not all cavities are equal. With that said, these are the three types of cavities that can crop up on our teeth, as well as what you can do to prevent each type.
Did you know? Diabetes in Canada is on the rise – and there’s actually a connection between uncontrolled diabetes and oral health. If you or someone you know is a diabetic, here’s some information you might find useful.
Your “third molars” (most commonly referred to as “wisdom teeth” can pose a lot of problems, even if it doesn’t currently seem like it. Are your wisdom teeth likely to cause you issues in the future? Are they causing you any problems now?
It’s an unfortunate and scary reality: oral cancer is on the rise, and you don’t need to be a smoker or tobacco user to be at risk. Luckily, a simple preventive screening can save your life. Have you been screened for oral cancer lately?
Did you know that troubling tooth decay is extremely common among babies and toddlers? As much as 40 percent of 2-5 year olds have cavities. An early visit to the dentist will ensure a smart and healthy start to your child's oral health.
Are you underestimating the importance of your child's baby teeth? Looking after these primary teeth is crucial, and if neglected care, can lead to serious problems. Want to know how to ensure your child is protected against early tooth decay?
Finding a new dentist doesn't need to be a challenge. In order to make the right choice, it's smart to take several things into consideration during your search. Here are some things to look for and keep in mind when looking for a new dentist.
Are you a habitual gum chewer? If you are, then you've actually been practicing a very healthy habit for your teeth and gums (we're talking about sugar-free gum, of course)! In addition to sticking to a proper oral health care routine of daily brushing and flossing, keeping a pack of sugar-free gum in your pocket can actually be another great way to boost your oral care game!
You know the saying that goes... "You don't know what you've got 'til it's gone"? Well, this could definitely be said for tooth enamel – the very valuable protective surface layer of the teeth. You'll want to keep enamel around for as long as you can, as it protects the teeth from decay and sensitivity. Unfortunately, tooth enamel cannot regenerate once it's lost.