With age comes wisdom - but also risk when it comes to our oral health. Our lifestyle, medical and dental history and other factors can leave us more at risk for dental emergencies as we age. Our Toronto dentists explain who’s most at risk for a dental emergency, and what you can do to mitigate it.
Good oral hygiene helps you keep your mouth healthy, preventing dental decay and gum disease. Here, our Toronto dentists explain how a healthy mouth can contribute to better overall health and wellbeing as well.
Many people know that brushing and flossing are recommended by dentists as part of a good oral hygiene routine. Some patients however are unclear on the finer details, like what order they should be done in or if one is more important than the other. Today, our Toronto dentists talk about brushing and flossing in detail.
What can you do if you’ve lost teeth due to trauma? This is considered a dental emergency. If you get to your Toronto dentist’s office soon enough, they may be able to save the tooth.
Bleeding gums can be a sign of dental health complications, many of which are quite severe and require immediate attention. Here, the Toronto dentists from Kaplan Dental Clinic explain how to prevent and treat bleeding gums, and provide guidance on when there is cause for more serious concern.
Dental care is key to our overall physical health, but some of us don’t have dental insurance that pays for routine cleanings, exams, procedures and emergencies. If this is the case for you, our SITEWIDE][LOCATION] dentists offer advice on what you can do.