While many Canadians brush and floss each day, a large portion of us only do the bare minimum not realizing the consequences on our oral health. Here, our the Okanagan Valley dentists share some helpful tips on how you can avoid gum disease.
Here, our dentists and team in the Okanagan Valley share resources, tips, and advice that could be helpful for your oral health.
You may be wondering what dental care looks like for each member of your family and how it will grow with them. In this post, our the Okanagan Valley dentists talk about dentistry at each stage of life, for the kids, teens, adults and seniors in your family and what you can expect along the way.
While nearly all dental emergencies pop up fairly quickly, they can be caused either by an accident or trauma as well as underlying dental conditions that were already present. Our the Okanagan Valley dentists talk about the signs of a dental emergency and when you should reach our for professional dental care.
The human body contains many different types of joints. Without these joints, we wouldn't be able to move the way we do. One of the most complex joints is the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), but where is it and what does it help us do? Here, our the Okanagan Valley dentists talk about TMJ disorders, what the causes and symptoms are and how they can be treated.
To repair cavities and protect your teeth from further damage, a dental filling may be required. In this post, our the Okanagan Valley dentists explain the reasons why a dental filling may be necessary and what the different types are and when they would be used.
If you are experiencing jaw pain then you may be experiencing the symptoms of TMD or TMJ Disorders. In this post, our the Okanagan Valley dentists share some of the signs and causes of TMJ Disorders, the different types and what the treatment options are for jaw pain.
While a root canal is an effective way to treat an infected tooth, it's always best to avoid needing one in the first place! We believe prevention is the first line of defence. Here, our the Okanagan Valley dentists explain how you can avoid needing a root canal.
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 the Okanagan Valley dentists offer some advice about what you should and should not do after a filling.
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