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How to Choose the Right Toothbrush

Good oral hygiene is crucial for your oral health and also your overall health. Studies show gum disease can be a factor in the development of health conditions like diabetes and even heart disease. Brushing your teeth twice a day is necessary, but which toothbrush is best? Read more to learn about what to [...]

2020-11-08T23:52:06-05:00October 20th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

8 Foods That Can Harm Your Teeth

Despite maintaining proper oral hygiene and consistently having your teeth professionally cleaned, the food you eat can have an impact on your oral health. It might not be practical to eliminate foods that are terrible for your teeth, but you can work to keep consumption to a minimum or take precautions to ensure you [...]

2020-11-08T23:51:07-05:00October 8th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

How To Cure Bad Breath – Cranberry Hill Dentistry

Bad breath can be an indicator of gingivitis and is a very embarrassing problem to have, but it is a common condition, and there are several ways to prevent and eliminate it. Routine cleanings are crucial to preventing gingivitis because professional cleanings can reach places that brushing and flossing cannot. Many tips that improve [...]

2020-10-14T09:34:09-04:00September 16th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

How To Soothe Dental Anxiety – Cranberry Hill Dentistry

How To Soothe Dental Anxiety Do you ever feel nervous about going to see the dentist? You aren’t alone. Up to 22% of patients can feel extreme dental anxiety, according to The Journal of the Canadian Dental Association. What is dental anxiety? Dental anxiety is when you experience a lot of fear, discomfort, or [...]

2020-10-14T08:58:28-04:00September 7th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

How To Maintain Whiter Teeth – Cranberry Hill Dentistry

Many people believe having whiter teeth is an apparent sign of youth and health. It is important to note that no natural whitening method can achieve the result of a professional teeth whitening treatment. Having your teeth whitened professionally is often an excellent starting point to achieve a healthy-looking smile. If you are interested [...]

2020-09-20T12:23:47-04:00August 26th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

A Comparison of Veneers and Bonding to Improve Your Smile

Several cosmetic procedures can assist with helping you achieve the smile of your dreams. Two of the most common cosmetic procedures that can give your smile a makeover are dental veneers and dental bonding. Both options come with different advantages and disadvantages.  What exactly are veneers? Veneers improve the overall shape, appearance, and strength [...]

2020-09-20T12:21:47-04:00August 12th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

Do Baby Teeth Really Matter?

Tiny Teeth are as Important as the Big Ones With everything that has been happening over the last few months, preventative dental care took a back seat to emergencies and urgent care for a while. Now, as things return to normal, we can refocus on the little things that still matter. Some of the [...]

2020-08-31T13:27:09-04:00July 26th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

With a Few Changes, We Are Back!

With a Few Changes, We Are Back! Like everyone, we are happy to be back in the office, doing what we do best—providing family-friendly dentistry to our valued patients. Even if it is under different conditions and with more constraints than before. You may be wondering what has changed in our practice and what [...]

2020-08-31T15:01:40-04:00July 12th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

You Haven’t Missed the Boat on Braces

There’s No Age Limit on Orthodontics to Straighten Teeth There are a lot of adults out there with crowded and misaligned teeth. You can spot them easily because they are often the ones hiding their smiles so no one sees their teeth. Maybe they didn’t have the opportunity to straighten teeth when they were [...]

2020-03-03T22:46:02-05:00February 24th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|

Missing Tooth Got You Down On Your Smile?

Make Your Smile New Again With Dental Implants Teeth can be lost for many reasons and not always due to decay or age. People at any age can lose teeth to breakage or some form of trauma that results in the tooth being broken or knocked right out. Often, the teeth knocked out are [...]

2020-03-03T22:45:38-05:00February 17th, 2020|Waterdown Dental Blog|
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