Tooth loss is a serious issue that a large number of North Americans deal with every year, but luckily there are solutions out there that not just fix the problem, but come with other advantages as well. As the years go by and dental care is studied more and becomes more advanced, so do its solutions.
Dental bonding is an extremely versatile treatment that can not only help with your oral health, but can also transform the look of your teeth overall. It doesn’t matter if you’ve had a small chip in your tooth or a bad cavity, bonding gives teeth a quick and easy fix for minor flaws using a material that blends with the colour & shade of your enamel.
When serious damage is done to the teeth, whether through decay or injury, a tooth extraction may be the one and only last resort. Sometimes this is the safest and wisest decision, but even so no one wants to be left with nothing there!
A lot of people assume that maintaining children’s dental health is not as important due to the fact that they end up losing a lot of their baby teeth in their early years. This couldn’t be farther from the truth, however, as developing good dental habits from an early age sets the precedent for how they’ll treat their teeth later on in life. Continue reading Tips to Improve Your Child’s Dental Habits
Over the past decade, there has been a huge drop in cigarette smokers. Since highlighting their serious health risks through television and the internet, more and more people have decided to quit for themselves and the others around them. Even with this major decline, however, there is still a large amount of people in Canada who do it. Continue reading How Smoking Affects Dental Health
Eating disorders are a serious problem that come with serious consequences — but did you know that they can affect your dental/oral health amongst other things? The negative effects of an ED on your mouth can fluctuate in severity depending entirely on the individual. In this blog post, our team at Weston Dental Office would like to explain some of the main symptoms your mouth & teeth undergo while suffering with these disorders, as well as explain some common ED’s to gain some contextual ground. Continue reading Eating Disorders & How They Affect Your Oral Health
Another day has gone by and it’s time to get ready for bed. You wash your face, brush your teeth and notice that when you spit into the sink there’s blood. When you look in the mirror to see what’s transpired, you notice that your gums are bleeding! Continue reading How To Stop Your Gums From Bleeding
Getting a tooth removed in a dental office can be painful, uncomfortable and downright irritating. As difficult as this procedure may be, a tooth extraction is essential in helping you get one step closer to healthy, beautiful teeth. Continue reading Is It Ok to Drink Coffee After a Tooth Extraction?
With the dramatic world changes due to COVID-19, hygiene has been an important part in keeping people safe. More than ever, you are probably hyperconscious about keeping yourself clean. Were you aware, however, that your bodily hygiene can actually affect your oral hygiene? Here at Weston Dental Office, we would like to explain why this is the case, and what you can do to prevent bad hygiene practices from affecting your mouth and teeth. Continue reading Why Proper Hygiene Is Important to Your Oral Health
As the summer months are upon us, our team at Weston Dental Office has a few tips for you to help keep your oral health at its best. These tips include remembering your routine, planning ahead, keeping hydrated, remaining safe, and getting the perfect amount of sun. By following these tips from our dental office in Toronto, you will be on the right path to enjoy the summer with a happy and healthy smile. Continue reading Tips to Keep Your Teeth in Great Health for the Summer