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How does a cavity form in a tooth? First, for a tooth to be susceptible to decay, the bacteria which we all carry in our mouths must adhere themselves to the tooth by combining with proteins in saliva and food debris, and forming a layer known as plaque.
Dr. Allen Sun, Laurentian Dental, Kitchener It’s almost time for the kids to go back to school once again and we’d like to take this opportunity to urge all parents to insure that their children “Play it Safe” this year by wearing a custom-fitted dental mouth...
Dr. Allen Sun, Laurentian Dental, Kitchener Knowing how to handle a dental emergency can sometimes mean the difference between a happy and unhappy holiday experience. Whether you’re headed for a summer holiday within Canada, an exotic foreign destination, a cottage...
“By starting early, good dental prevention habits are instilled in your child.The long term benefits are a healthy and happy smile throughout your child’s life.”
Happy Birthday Canada. A beautiful country of wonderful people!
We have come a long way, Let us join hands and make it the best time of the year by celebrating it together!
Best wishes on Canada Day to you and your family from the team at Laurentian Dental Centre.
Not too long ago, if you required replacement teeth, whether, for reasons of disease, accident or cosmetic preference, your choices were limited. Today, with innovation inspired by nature, modern dental implantology offers patients greatly expanded options when it comes to replacing one or more missing teeth.
A fully functional mouth is not just beautiful, it also improves a person’s quality of life because being able to eat, speak, smile and laugh without embarrassment or discomfort is vital to a happy, healthy lifestyle.
Dr. James Hallam, Laurentian Dental, Kitchener Whether it’s to mask bad breath, fight cavities or prevent the buildup of plaque, mouthwashes or rinses serve a variety of purposes. Or so we think! Though they may leave your mouth with a clean, fresh taste, some rinses...
Previous generations accepted the idea that their smiles would eventually deteriorate, and there was little that could be done to rectify the situation because older people suffer tooth loss and gum recession, along with other dental problems. While these problems are nothing to smile about, thankfully times have changed.
Your teeth can last a lifetime if you practice good, basic dental care which includes flossing and brushing your teeth twice a day. While it sounds easy, fact is many people do an unsatisfactory job of it.
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