If you ever noticed that washing your hands caused them to bleed, it would be a cause for concern. The same is true for when you floss or brush. Continue reading What You Need to Know About Periodontal Disease
Your whole health is greatly affected by your nutrition. When you are not drinking or eating properly, your immune system and organs are more prone to disease. You may also develop oral health issues that can lead to further complications.
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected our lives in more ways than we can count. One of the ways it has affected us is by limiting our regular access to basic medical care, which includes dental appointments. Continue reading How to Manage Dental Appointments During The COVID-19 Pandemic
The world is facing a pandemic of epic proportions. One of the most effective ways to limit the spread of COVID-19 is through dedicated attention to cleanliness. However, with the focus back on maintaining high standards of personal hygiene, the question arises as to what the best practices may be. Continue reading How to Help Battle COVID-19 Through Effective Oral Hygiene
In the current social climate, people are more image-conscious than ever before. How we look affects our friendships, self-worth, and even our professional lives. This is it is important to have a nice smile with white and straight teeth. Luckily, for those of us who are not born with a naturally perfectly smile, cosmetic dentistry services are available. Continue reading Improve Your Self Image With Cosmetic Dentistry
Everyone wants to have a beautiful smile, and one of the quickest ways to achieve that is with teeth whitening treatments. There are products you can use to whiten your teeth at home, or you can visit your dentist’s office for professional whitening. The option that you should choose will depend on a number of things, including teeth sensitivity and budget. To help you decide, Weston Dental Office has put together this guide on your teeth whitening options. Continue reading Teeth Whitening at Home vs. a Dental Office
The holiday season is often full of fun, laughter, and lots of holiday treats. During this festive season, most people will indulge in more sweets and rich foods than at any other time of the year. It is important to take care of your teeth because extra eating will often have a negative effect on a person’s oral health. Weston Dental Office has several oral health tips to help you keep your smile bright and healthy over the upcoming holiday season.
Tooth decay and cavities are a serious oral health concern but did you know there are even more dangers to be aware of then you might have thought? Gum disease is a fully preventable disease of the mouth that the CDC estimates at least 50% of the adult population suffers from. When gum disease is diagnosed early, it can be easily treated without causing permanent damage.
The sad news is that most people don’t notice the warnings signs of infection early enough to seek treatment. Also, many people who may notice signs don’t understand the dangers they face if gum disease is left untreated. Weston Dental Office wants to educate you on the dangers and potential health complications of untreated gum disease.
Everyone cherishes a beautiful smile, but if your teeth are chipped, broken, or damaged in other ways, a perfect smile may seem unattainable. Thankfully, here at Weston Dental Office, patients with these types of concerns make excellent candidates for innovative cosmetic dentistry solutions. One of our most popular options is dental veneers, which allow you to hide everything from minor staining to major tooth damage. If you’re looking to recapture your smile with minimally invasive dental veneers, we’re here to help!
Imagine going to the dentist for a regular check-up only to be informed that you need to have your wisdom teeth removed. Even if your wisdom teeth are not hurting you, the dentist may advise you to remove them in advance. You may be wondering why. Oral surgery is a common practice, as is wisdom teeth removal. Most young adults that visit our Toronto General Dentistry office here at Weston Dental will undergo a wisdom tooth extraction, but it may not always be required. We have put together a short list of reasons why your dentist may suggest that your wisdom teeth be removed.