Edmonton General Dentist

Tooth Removal: When Is It Necessary?

When was the last time you went to see your dentist in Edmonton? You are highly encouraged to see the dentist at least twice a year to help manage your oral health. During these times, the dentist will check your teeth and gums to ensure that they are in a perfectly healthy condition. When the…

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Is It Time For Dentures?

Are you missing a tooth or two? Has it been difficult for you to eat because of these missing teeth? Then perhaps you should consider getting dentures. Also known as false teeth, dentures live up to its time by taking the place of the teeth you have lost. They function like your natural teeth, although…

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Tips To Deal With Dry Mouth

Have you been experiencing dry mouth lately? Although it may seem as if it’s just another case of dehydration, dentists think otherwise. Drinking more water may help, but having dry mouth should be a cause for concern. Though it is not as severe as that of halitosis or any other periodontal disease, that parched feeling…

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Pros and Cons of Invisalign

Invisalign, an alternative to metal braces, helps in re-aligning the improper structure of teeth. People using braces often complain about the various problems they face. Since braces are made of metal and permanently attached, they do obstruct the normal functioning of the teeth. Invisalign in Edmonton has come to the rescue of many people with misaligned…

Tooth Enamel Erosion Causes

What Causes Tooth Enamel Erosion

The tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body. This tough layer acts as a protective coating for your tooth and protects the sensitive dentin underneath. However, your tooth enamel can become weak over a period of time and eventually begins to erode. When the enamel is worn away, the underneath dentin is…

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Worst Habits that can Chip your Teeth

In order to keep your teeth in good condition, you need to follow good oral hygiene. However, brushing, flossing, and eating healthy food may not be enough to keep your teeth in good conditions. At times, certain habits can have a significant impact on your teeth and they can chip them as well.  To help…

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Dental Care for Senior Citizens

There are many problems that come with the advancement in age, oral health problems being one of them. Gum problems, tooth sensitivity, tooth loss and dryness of mouth are only a few problems faced by them which makes dental care for seniors  a lot more important. 1) Dryness of Mouth With increase in age, the capacity…

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Signs you Have a Cavity

Almost all of us have experienced the pain of tooth cavity at least once in our lifetime. In spite of a healthy oral care routine, you somehow tend to end up with a cavity. A cavity is tooth decay that that erodes the tooth enamel and its underlying layers due to the accumulation of bacteria…