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May 31st, 2021
Food to eat for strong and healthy teeth

Did you know that the food we eat plays a vital role in how healthy and strong our teeth are? While daily brushing and flossing are necessary, eating nutritious food helps maintain excellent oral health and boosts our overall health in general. During your visit to our Fort McMurray dental clinic, we recommend some of […]

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May 28th, 2021
A guide to dental fees in Calgary, Alberta

Did you know the majority of dental insurance providers follow the Alberta Dental Fee Guide? This guide is published and can be accessed by the public. One of the biggest constraints for patients scheduling appointments with their dentist in Fort McMurray is the cost associated with each treatment. The Alberta government is working to bring […]

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April 30th, 2021
What causes gingivitis? Symptoms, treatment, and prevention explained

Gingivitis is a form of gum disease that causes inflammation of the gingiva, the gum that surrounds the base of the teeth. While it’s a mild form of gum disease, it can progress to periodontitis (a more serious dental condition) if left untreated. Let’s take a closer look at what causes gingivitis, how to prevent […]

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April 23rd, 2021
Malpositioned teeth explained: The causes and complications

Malposition of teeth is defined as “the altered positioning of one or more teeth in a well-aligned jaw”. The malposition of teeth can also lead to other dental conditions, diseases, and overall health complications. The good news is, malpositioned teeth treatment is available and offered by Fort McMurray orthodontists. It’s important to be aware of […]

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March 31st, 2021
Can a dental cavity be cured naturally?

When patients inquire about natural tooth cavity treatments, they’re often referring to what’s called remineralization. This method naturally repairs non-cavitated tooth lesions by depositing calcium, phosphate, and fluoride into demineralized enamel. While remineralization can help restore strength within the tooth structure, it should not be mistaken for an effective treatment that stops further tooth decay. […]

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March 24th, 2021
Teeth whitening treatments: Do they actually work?

The teeth whitening industry has grown exponentially in recent years. It’s no secret - more and more people want a brighter, whiter smile. As a response to this trend, hundreds of companies are now offering at-home whitening treatments that claim to get your teeth as white as possible. These products range from whitening strips, toothpaste, […]

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March 16th, 2021
Overlooked dental hygiene facts and how you can change this

Dental hygiene should be a top priority in your life because it can affect your overall physical and mental health. Sadly, many oral health issues are overlooked therefore causing you to experience avoidable problems. Find out what some of these problems are now so you can take care of them at a dental clinic. Detrimental […]

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February 15th, 2021
Signs that a tooth infection has spread

The main concern for a tooth infection that’s been left untreated is the risk of spread to other areas of the body. When a tooth infection has spread to the face and neck, or worse, into the body’s tissues and system, it becomes a serious issue that requires emergency dental surgery. If you suspect that […]

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February 5th, 2021
5 questions to ask your orthodontist

Trusting someone with your teeth is no easy feat. As orthodontists in Fort McMurray, we understand the concerns, financial commitment, and time invested in getting orthodontic work done. It’s common for patients to consult with different orthodontists before choosing the right professional they can trust and feel confident in. If you’re in the process of […]

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January 21st, 2021
Does regular dental cleaning improve your dental health?

If you maintain the daily habit of brushing and flossing, do you really need to see your dentist for regular dental cleanings? This is a common question amongst patients who may not know of the impact regular check-ups have on their oral health.  Dental cleaning improves your dental health through early detection of disease, prevention […]

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