Thanksgiving is a time for seeing family, giving thanks, and eating – eating well! However, while you’re preparing your family’s big feast, take some time to consider your dental health. We all like to indulge in our favourite delicious dishes once a year, but many Thanksgiving foods can hurt and damage our teeth. Here are […]

No matter what age you are, maintaining good oral care is essential for your overall health! This is why it’s important to get into a good routine of brushing, flossing, and scheduling regular dental checkups as soon as possible. Whether you’re a kid, a teen, an adult or a senior, there are certain specific dental […]

Cavities are very common in both adults and children. In fact, tooth decay is the world’s second most prevalent disease, after the common cold. We hope that none of our patients ever have to experience the pain and inconvenience of a cavity. However, if you do get a cavity in your lifetime, it’s important to […]