Why Good Oral Health is So Important

Beyond the Obvious Benefits to Your Dental Well-Being, Good Oral Health Helps Prevent Other Health Complications Good oral hygiene means taking care of your teeth, gums, and mouth at home and with regular visits to your dentist. Proper oral hygiene with regular brushing, flossing, and dental cleanings results in a mouth that looks and smells […]

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It’s Time to Take Oral Cancer Seriously

Visit Your Kanata Dentistry Team Regularly for Oral Cancer Screenings April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Though it’s not as well-known or talked about as often as other forms of cancer, oral cancer is no less serious. It’s still a devastating diagnosis to receive, and, as with other cancers, early detection is key to a […]

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Oral Cancer Screenings With Your Kanata Dentist

Why You Should Get Your Kanata Dentist to Screen for Oral Cancer at Your Next Checkup The next time you visit your dentist, ask if they screen for oral cancer during your checkups. As with regular screenings for other health issues, including oral hygiene, these screenings keep an eye on your health and can catch […]

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DIY Teeth Whitening Tips

Home Remedies for Teeth Whitening That Support Your Dentist’s Recommendations Are you frustrated with a yellow smile, but can’t quite spring for professional teeth whitening services yet? That’s okay! We appreciate that patients might be hesitant to spend money on what can seem like a purely cosmetic service. Thankfully, there are a few DIY home […]

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Good Dental Hygiene for Low Blood Sugar Patients

Why Regular Visits to Your Walk-In Dentist in Kanata are Important if You Have Low Blood Sugar Although proper dental hygiene is important for everyone, those who have poor blood glucose (or blood sugar) levels need to be extra vigilant about taking care of their teeth. Poor blood sugar levels are associated with decreased saliva production, […]

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