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March 18, 2020
Reasons You May Have Cracks in Your Teeth

You have a beautiful smile with white teeth and healthy gums. Every year you go to the dentist regularly to have your oral cavity examined to prevent problems from arising. At your last dentist appointment, you were informed that you have cracks in your teeth. How is it possible to get cracks in your teeth […]

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March 4, 2020
How is it Possible to Lose a Tooth or Teeth?

Your teeth are strong and made up of enamel supported by a root, your gums, and your jaw. They are meant for chewing all sorts of things especially your favourite steak and your early morning muffins. So, how is it possible to lose a tooth when they are essentially anchored into your jawbone? Sports Injury […]

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February 26, 2020
Dental Care in Your Retirement Years

You have worked all your life and now you want to retire. When it comes to saying goodbye to the 9 to 5 and hello to throwing away that early morning alarm clock, you need to consider a few things before you hand in your resignation. Think about your dental care and how retirement might […]

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February 20, 2020
4 Things to Consider About Home Remedies for Dental Care

Taking care of your teeth is easy and you want to try some home remedies to keep them clean. Is it a good idea to avoid the typical toothpaste and dental floss routine in favour of a more natural cleaning? Here are some home cleaning techniques for your teeth and considerations you need to think […]

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February 12, 2020
Sealants – The Dental Protection You Need

It’s time for you to go to the dentist and while you are at it get your little one to come with you. Your family dental clinic, Cambrian Dental, takes time to ensure everyone in your family has a healthy smile. There is a way to help prevent cavities from forming on your teeth and […]

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January 29, 2020
4 Essential Foods to Benefit Your Oral Health

Eating unhealthy every once in a while is no big deal but a constant diet of sugary foods can harm your health and oral cavity. Do you want to keep your teeth and mouth in excellent shape? Try some of these delicious and nutritious foods. 1. Fish Calcium is excellent for your teeth to keep […]

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January 22, 2020
3 of the Worst Bad Habits for Your Oral Health

Bad habits, everyone has them but how do they affect your oral health? Things like using your teeth as a bottle opener or a crushing device can be destroying your enamel and might require you to go to the dentist more often than necessary just to fix the side effect you created. What are some […]

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January 14, 2020
Why You Should Get a Dental Veneer

You used to love your smile but ever since you chipped a piece off your front tooth, you avoid those family photos and selfies. This chipped tooth is annoying because it’s rough on your tongue and scrapes the inside of your upper lip. What can you do to fix the problem and bring back your […]

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January 8, 2020
Why You Should Steer Clear of Grillz and Dental Jewellery

Your decision is made, off you go to get that sparkling grill and some other dental jewellery. Before you adorn your mouth with gold and silver, consider the ramifications it could have for your oral future. Permanent Change Your tooth might have a good structure but once you pierce it you are permanently changing its […]

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January 2, 2020
Everything You Want to Know About Dental Retainers

Maybe you just got your braces off or need a little extra help straightening your teeth, either way, a retainer will help you. How does a retainer help your teeth alignment? To answer this question, we need to look at two types of retainers, an active one and a passive one. 1. Active Retainer This […]

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