Posts by juliad
The importance of saving your natural tooth!
Your teeth, just like your smile, is a part of your identity. Nothing compares to the way your own natural teeth, look, feel, and function. It’s important to take care of your teeth the same way you would take care of your skin. This is something that ages with you! This means pay attention to…Read More
May is Save your tooth month!
Save a tooth month! May 2020 In Honour of “Save your tooth month” we want to share with you all the amazing ways to save your teeth! Whenever possible, the endodontist and dentist try to save your natural tooth and tooth dentition. Endodontists offer several options that help you keep your teeth natural and healthy,…Read More
What to do If your tooth gets knocked out!
Important Steps to follow: Act fast! In less than half an hour of the trauma or injury go see your nearest endodontist/dentist. Pick up the tooth by the crown ( the surface not the root). Rinse in water if there is any dirt on the tooth. Try and reposition the tooth in the socket if…Read More
What you need to know about oral cancer
April is Oral Cancer Awareness month. Most people don’t realize how dangerous oral cancer can be. When we usually think of cancer we do not tend to associate it with oral care or oral check-ups. An estimated 25% of oral cancer patients have no known risk factors for the disease. Early detection can result in…Read More
Myths about Root Canals!
Seeing the dentist is not always everyone’s favorite thing. We often fear the dentist because as kids we heard horror stories or we remember the sound of the tooth drills! For some this fear is still very prominent in their adulthood. We fear the dentist due to the associations we made in our heads and…Read More
Things to do to keep yourself Positive during COVID-19
Remember we are all in this together! Here are 10 fun things to try during quarantine! A lot of the stress you may be feeling is normal, however, it is important to remember that you are not in this alone. We as a province, community and nation are all experiencing this pandemic together. In order…Read More
How to stay mentally strong during COVID-19
“One small crack does not mean that you are broken, it means that you were put to the test and you didn’t fall apart.” It’s okay to not be okay sometimes. This entire situation has shown us that sometimes things fall outside of our control and we must learn to be okay with it. Patience,…Read More