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Maintaining a good oral health routine at home is the key to preventing dental problems. However, you’ve probably heard how important it is to visit your dentist and dental hygienist regularly to protect your mouth against gum disease, plaque and cavities so you’re probably left wondering; how often do I really need to visit the dentist to protect my mouth? Everyone should combine their regular dental home care routine
Maintaining your oral hygiene is one of the most important things you can do, but sometimes issues arise and treatment is needed to maintain your great smile. Dental crowns and tooth bridges are common solutions to damage or disease in your mouth. Keep reading to learn what each of these treatments is and how they can benefit your oral health. What Is A Dental Crown? Crowns are used to
Flossing your teeth is obviously an important part of your oral routine and something your dentist will consistently ensure you’re doing on your own. Why? Because it helps remove food debris stuck between your teeth that can otherwise cause decay, gum disease, or an infection. Even the smallest amount of food that’s not removed can cause your teeth to yellow and begin the decaying process and, before you know
If you aren’t covered for dental care under work insurance benefits or don’t have enough money to afford a private insurance plan but you require dental work, don’t feel as though you’re out of options. There are still ways you can receive dental services without health insurance. Are there free dental care programs in the city of Toronto? Absolutely! But eligibility will vary per clinic. If you need to