Brushing your teeth is a great start at caring for your dental health but there's more to oral care than only that. Here, our Kanata dentists share some oral hygiene tips and a few of the ways that you can help avoid gum disease.
If you experience a sudden injury or condition, you may need emergency dental care. Our Kanata dentists share some advice to help determine if you have a dental emergency and the next steps you should take.
You know that each member of your family will have different dental care needs. But what exactly does that mean? In this post, our Kanata dentists share the difference between care for each member of your family, from kids to teens, adults to your senior family members.
If you’ve got a cavity, having a dental filling placed by your dentist is a necessary procedure. There are a few tips that can make the time immediately following the filling a bit easier. Our Kanata dentists offer some advice about what you should and should not do after a filling.
Jaw pain can indicate a dental issue such as a toothache, TMJ Disorder, or perhaps a more serious condition. In this post, our Kanata dentists explain possible causes of jaw pain and what to do with those sore joints.