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Difference Between Gingivitis & Periodontitis

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Gingivitis and periodontitis are both related to gum disease but represent different stages of the condition. Gingivitis is the early and milder form of gum disease. It can be easier to treat with an improved oral healthcare routine and regular visits to your dentist. But, treatment can become more difficult once it progresses past gingivitis. […]

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IPS Empress For Dental Restorations

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Welcome to the world of dental restorations, where beauty meets functionality. In the realm of dental aesthetics, IPS Empress is one option to help you achieve natural-looking and durable dental restorations.  Discover the transformative power of this material and how it can help you achieve the smile you’ve always dreamed of. Learn more about IPS […]

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How Long Do Dentures Last?

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Dentures are a popular treatment option for those who have lost all or some of their teeth. They can help restore oral function and enhance your smile, but they’re not a permanent solution. How long your dentures last can depend on the type of denture, your oral hygiene habits, and how often you visit your […]

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How Long Can You Keep Your Teeth with Periodontal Disease?

A female dentist is examining the teeth and gums of a female patient sitting on a dental chair.

Periodontal disease is very common—approximately 70% of Canadians will experience this condition at some point. It may not seem concerning at first, but periodontal disease can significantly affect oral health. In some cases, this condition can lead to tooth loss.  What does the timeline of periodontal disease look like? Tooth Loss Doesn’t Happen Fast, but […]

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When Is It Too Late for Gum Grafting?

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Periodontal disease, or simply gum disease as it’s commonly called, is a common cause of receding gums. Fortunately, gum disease is treatable, and gum grafting can be used to restore your gums to their healthy state. There isn’t a fast-and-hard rule on when it’s too late to undergo gum grafting. But extensive damage to your […]

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What to Eat After a Root Canal

a dentist demonstrating a root canal on a model of a tooth

Root canal procedures are necessary when the tooth pulp becomes infected or inflamed, causing intense pain and sensitivity. During a root canal, the dentist removes the infected pulp and fills the tooth with material to strengthen and save it.  After the procedure, taking proper post-operative care is important, including paying close attention to your diet. […]

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