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5 Tips for a Healthier Smile: How to Improve Your Dental Health

5 Tips for a Healthier Smile: How to Improve Your Dental Health

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Cleaning your teeth every day is a good start, but there is more you could be doing to keep your smile healthy. Take a look at these five top tips, and then start putting them into action to see the difference they can make to the state of your smile.

1. Kick the cigarettes

You probably already know that smoking affects your lungs, but did you know that it can also cause serious oral health problems? Quitting will lower your risk of developing gum disease, and your teeth should also look whiter once they are no longer being stained with nicotine. Continue reading “5 Tips for a Healthier Smile: How to Improve Your Dental Health” »


How Do I Know if My Boil Is a Canker Sore?

Friday, October 6th, 2017

For many people, getting a boil or canker sore is a rare occurrence. While for other individuals, it is an ongoing process that has to be dealt with regularly. What makes some people prone to this type of affliction? How can you tell what it is that you have? Is it a boil or canker sore? What are the symptoms that your boil is actually a canker sore? Here are a few guidelines with the information you need to identify your boil or canker sore for what it really is so that you can treat it properly.

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What Is the Difference between a Dental Filling and a Dental Sealant?

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Dental Fillings and Sealants

While brushing your teeth is a great step toward good oral health, it isn’t always enough to prevent cavities. Fortunately, dentists have strategies that they can use to help you avoid getting a cavity as well as ideas on what you can do to prevent them. Dental filling and dental sealant differences are explored in this article, including their intended purposes and potential benefits.

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5 Dental Symptoms that Require a Trip to the Dentist

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Dental Symptoms and Dental Visits!

Here’s a list of oral symptoms that may require you to visit the dentist

1. Tooth Pain or Sensitivity

Don’t ignore pain in your teeth, whether it is present all the time or triggered by eating very cold or hot foods. An increasing level of sensitivity in your teeth could be a sign of damage to the enamel. Once your enamel starts to wear down, your teeth will be left more vulnerable to cavities, which can progress quickly. Let your dentist know about any sensitivity in your teeth, so that it can be addressed.

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Oral Health For Seniors

Friday, October 6th, 2017

While dental health is important for all ages to avoid a variety of health conditions, oral and otherwise,it is especially vital for seniors to keep up oral hygiene. With more and more seniors able to keep most or all of their teeth nowadays, it is essential to be aware of how aging teeth need to be cared for due to possible problems that can arise. The expected deterioration of protective features for the teeth that naturally occurs with age can cause increased risk of diseases and tooth decay.

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Oral Cancer-The Signs and Symptoms

Friday, October 6th, 2017

What Is Oral Cancer?

Oral cancer is a disease that affects the structures within the oral cavity including the lips, tongue and throat. Approximately ninety percent of oral cancers originate in the tissues that line the mouth and lips, and most commonly involve the tongue.

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Sedation Dentistry Vancouver-When & Why Sedation is Used

Friday, October 6th, 2017

What is Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation Dentistry is a form of dentistry that makes use of various types of medications to ensure dental patients remain calm and comfortable during their procedure. It enables the patient to receive much needed dental care that might otherwise be deferred due to ‘dental phobia’ – a fear of going to the dentist and fear of the unknown with such dental procedures like root canals and wisdom teeth extraction.

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Porcelain Veneers Kitsilano-What are Veneers?

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Porcelain Veneers

Porcelain veneers, sometimes also referred to as laminates, are cosmetic tooth ‘covers’ made of tooth colored porcelain that are applied to the outer surface of teeth. The veneers are custom made to fit over existing teeth to completely cover the teeth and change the appearance.

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Gum Grafting Vancouver-What is it?

Friday, October 6th, 2017

What Is Gum Graft Surgery?

Gum graft surgery is a procedure performed by a Periodontist. The surgery is performed to repair and replace gum tissue that has receded. This gum recession is something that usually occurs naturally over time, in fact between four and twelve percent of adults may suffer from gum recession without even noticing!

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Dentures-All You Need To Know

Friday, October 6th, 2017

Dentures Vancouver

Dentures (otherwise known as false teeth) are prosthetic teeth that are made to replace missing teeth. There are many types of dentures, but the most common dentures are ones that replace a full arch of teeth and are removable. This article by our Vancouver dental clinic, will cover everything you need to know about dentures.

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Enhance Dental Centre

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Vancouver BC V6K 2E4

Tel: 604-733-1022
Emergencies: 778-522-2201
Email: care@enhancedentalcentre.com


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