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Start the Year Off by Visiting Your Vaughan Family Dentist

Posted on Jan 15, 2020

It’s officially 2020, a new decade full of possibilities! Many people choose to start January with resolutions to improve their life in the new year. This may include resolutions to get fit, lose a few pounds, reconnect with friends and family or reduce stress. Why not make a resolution this year to have better dental health? A true...

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Emergency Dentist in Vaughan for your Wisdom Teeth

Posted on Dec 30, 2019

Many adults fear the day their wisdom teeth begin to impact and cause discomfort, requiring removal in order to be remedied. Wisdom teeth can be annoying and painful if ignored, but many people hesitate to get wisdom teeth removed, pushing the surgery off until it is absolutely necessary. Although wisdom teeth can be removed before you start to...

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Do Dental Benefits Cover Root Canals?

Posted on Dec 26, 2019

As we get older, tooth damage can develop over time. Regularly visiting a dentist and committing to a thorough oral health care routine can help prevent damage, but it is easy to ignore small problems, especially with a busy schedule. When tooth damage is left for a significant period, it can develop into decay and require a root canal in order to...

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Getting Ready for a Sedation Dentistry Procedure

Posted on Dec 06, 2019

Do you have an upcoming dental procedure that requires sedation? Sometimes it can be frightening to receive anaesthesia and many people aren’t sure how to properly prepare for their sedation procedure. The good news is that sedation is a very normal process for both dental and medical procedures. For the vast majority of dental procedures,...

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Tips for Tooth Pain and Sensitivity at Night

Posted on Nov 21, 2019

A large proportion of the population deals with frequent tooth pain or sensitivity that is exacerbated at night. Often, we don’t notice pain or sensitivity until we finally go to rest our head and fall asleep. Both pain and sensitivity can be caused by a variety of common ailments and prolonged discomfort should always be discussed with your...

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How to Get Rid of a Nagging Toothache at Night

Posted on Oct 18, 2019

At the end of a long day, we all like to be able to snuggle into bed and drift into a peaceful and refreshing sleep. However, many people don’t realize they are experiencing a toothache until it begins to nag them at night. You may find you are going to fall asleep only to be kept awake by an annoying and painful toothache. Unfortunately,...

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The 5 Worst Halloween Candies for Your Teeth

Posted on Oct 07, 2019

Autumn has officially begun and that means the start of school, Thanksgiving, and Halloween! Heading into October, kids are excited about costumes, decorating, pumpkin carving and trick-or-treating. Halloween is a favourite holiday for most kids, who love being able to dress up and indulge their sweet tooth with delicious goodies. ...

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How Oral Health Affects Overall Health

Posted on Sep 26, 2019

For most people, the major areas of health care affecting their everyday lives are medicine, dentistry and optometry. However, therein lies the problem, separating your physician, dentist and optometrist ignores the fact that overall health is intimately tied to all three major healthcare sectors. For too many years, insurance policies and...

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Why Does My Morning Breath Stink?

Posted on Sep 13, 2019

There’s one universal truth that no one likes to acknowledge: we all wake up with stinky breath. A common and uncomfortable affliction shared by almost everyone, morning breath stinks, and it can be embarrassing to acknowledge. Many people aren’t sure where to start when it comes to treatment options; however, in this blog post, we will...

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Dental Crowns, Bridges & Implants: What’s the Difference?

Posted on Aug 29, 2019

As we age, our teeth become more susceptible to damage, decay and disease. There are also many lifestyle choices that may affect your chances of damaging your teeth or experiencing a dental emergency, such as playing contact sports. Missing or damaged teeth can affect the overall appearance of your smile, reducing self-esteem and confidence. Both...

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