Teeth discolouration is a normal part of aging, and if your pearly whites are less than lustrous, teeth whitening may be something you’re considering. Here at Whistler Dental we offer two types of teeth whitening options, making the issue of discoloured teeth obsolete for those seeking a solution. There are several main culprits that are responsible for the discolouration of teeth. In a recent Blog post we discuss the foods to stay away from or limit if you want to maintain a bright white smile. We are passionate about helping people achieve their best smiles possible and you will likely agree, and we do this through SMILE DESIGN. Here are the teeth whitening solutions we offer at Whistler Dental.
Whether a full-time Whistler resident, weekender, or tourist passing by, there are a handful of iconic Whistler landmarks that make picture post-card memories. If you’ve yet to visit, or have not yet added these shots to your photo collection, why not snap some memories from these recognizable spots in Whistler. Not only will they provide the perfect backdrop to some stunning photos, they will naturally evoke that cheek to cheek grin.
The days of wearing cumbersome metal braces are over. Enter Invisalign, a clear custom aligner that’s virtually invisible and will straighten your teeth. Invisalign has helped over 4 million patients achieve their very best smiles and is made with innovations based on over 20 years of research. The importance of a healthy smile goes far beyond the aesthetics. Healthy smiles with straight and well aligned teeth reduce the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. For adults and teenagers who desire a healthier smile and are after a discreet and effective treatment, Invisalign may be the answer.
March is here and although we still have a couple months left of the ski season, Spring is on our doorstep and there are plenty of things to be excited about! Over the years Whistler has transformed from a sleepy mountainside town, to a thriving winter destination and is now considered a world-class all season resort. Here at Whistler Dental we delight in the changing of the seasons with something new to look forward to every quarter. So what are our favourite things about Springtime? Let us share them with you.
Having vibrantly white teeth is a pre-requisite for a perfect smile and no matter what smile you flaunt, it always looks better whiter. Many people go through tremendous efforts taking care of their teeth. They brush, floss and have regular dental check ups. Often people fail to realize that the food that we eat can be the cause of discoloured teeth. Most people understand the beverage culprits, such as coffee and wine, but don’t look at the food they ingest into their bodies as causes for less than lustrous fangs. Here we look at some of the common foods that lead to less than radiant teeth.
The community of Whistler is unique for many reasons. Positioned amongst the mountains in one of the most popular tourist towns in the world, Whistler locals are lucky in many ways. The playground that draws travelers from around the world is the extended back-yard of Whistler locals. Despite over 2 million international visitors a year, a large portion of weekend residents, and a seasonal influx of workers, the Whistler community of 10,000 still remains tight knit. Presented with the best of everything (nature, food, adventure, facilities) Whistlerites are spoiled for choice when it comes to indulging in the best this world can offer. The unparalleled uniqueness of Whistler breeds a local population that share some overwhelmingly common traits. If you’re a Whistler local do you exhibit these traits? Can you add any more to the list?
In most cases snoring is nothing more than an annoyance for the other person in the bedroom. There are times however, that snoring should not be ignored. In extreme cases snoring can cause health conditions including heart-attack and stroke. If you yourself snore, or know somebody that does, it’s important to understand the symptoms and side-effects of the sleep disorder and have your snoring assessed by a professional. If left untreated snoring can turn into bruxism (the grinding and tension of teeth), or sleep apnea and a multitude of other health conditions that can effect quality of life and in some cases be fatal.
As we enter a new year many people choose to take this time and reflect on the year that was, while looking forward to the new possibilities that lie ahead. In the inter-connected, hyper speed and sometimes chaotic world we live in, it’s easy to forgot to stop and take stock of all the blessings in our lives. Here at Whistler Dental we believe delivering value to our patients goes far beyond providing top notch dental care. We strive to offer our patients a memorable experience with each visit, support them in their journey towards holistic health, and inspire them to be the best they can be. As we say goodbye to 2016 we leave you with seven inspiring quotes to smile about as your 2017 journey begins.
The NEW Whistler Dental is officially open! A big thank-you to everyone who joined us for our grand opening celebration on December 5th (and to those of you who have come by since to check out the new facility). The Grand Opening event was a fun evening where clients, industry professionals, business partners, friends and family stopped by for an evening of food, wine and beautiful music by Rachel Thom. If you missed out on the event please stop by and check us out- here are some pictures of the evening…
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