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How Emergency Dental Care can Help Repair a Cracked Tooth

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If you’ve ever had a cracked tooth, you’ll know it can be annoying, and sometimes painful. It’s annoying because the need to get to a dentist immediately, and that means interrupting your schedule and fitting in a new appointment. If you have young ones, they’ll probably need to miss a day of school or other activities to see the dentist and discuss treatment options. Centenary Dental for Emergencies That’s why it’s good to understand what kind of emergency dental Toronto care can help repair a cracked tooth, and keep an emergency dentist’s number on hand so it’s available when you need it. At Centenary Dental, emergency dental care Toronto is one of our many services. We are open evenings and weekends and we do our very best to offer you a same-day appointment when you have a dental emergency. Many things can cause a tooth to crack. Sometimes, if the…

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A Clinical Guide to Make Your Child’s Smile Beautiful

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The smile is such a key part of a child’s appearance, and unlike height or other factors out of our control, dental appearance is something that can be improved with simple steps. In today’s world where photo-taking and social media posts are such a prevalent aspect of youth culture, your child may feel self-conscious of any imperfections in their smile. If teeth are displaced or discoloured, your child may restrict themselves to a close-mouthed smile. Dentistry for kids is so important because every child deserves to smile freely. By following these basic guidelines, you can ensure that your child’s face…

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How to Prevent a Dental Emergency

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We’re pretty sure that you don’t think about dental emergencies very much at all. You’re busy with your life—work, family time, and social activities. Emergency dental work isn’t even at the back of your mind until it happens to you. Then it becomes front and centre. A Major Interruption Needing an emergency dental appointment in Toronto is becoming more frequent. Your teeth and gums face demanding use everyday and so even over a decade—nevermind a lifetime—teeth may weaken and gums can recede. For kids and teens, it’s a whole different set of circumstances. When your young ones need emergency dental care, the cause could be a chipped or lost tooth, a cut gum, or a lost filling. If you’re a parent to preschoolers, you’ll know that little ones are constantly putting things in their mouths, and we’re not just talking about food! A child’s natural curiosity can turn into a…

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Ten Tips for Handling Tooth Sensitivity After Whitening

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Tooth sensitivity is a very common yet incredibly uncomfortable side effect following teeth whitening treatments. The payoff is a bright and beautiful smile, but unfortunately, you may experience tenderness, aching and other unpleasant sensations after the procedure. Tooth sensitivity after whitening can impede your daily life and cause unpleasant changes in your routine. It’s difficult to make changes when your lifestyle has remained a certain way for any substantial length of time. Luckily, there are a number of straightforward methods for reducing tooth sensitivity after whitening: At least one to two weeks prior to your whitening treatment, get in the habit of brushing using a toothpaste specially formulated for sensitive teeth (like Sensodyne) three times per day. Remember to apply a gentle level of pressure when brushing your teeth to avoid damage. Home dental care is very important. Select a toothbrush with soft bristles. A prescription-grade sensitivity toothpaste can be…

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5 Misconceptions about Veneers

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Your smile is the first thing people notice when they meet you, and we all know first impressions are everything. If you’re not happy with the appearance of your teeth, you can quickly lose confidence. This lack of self-esteem can ultimately affect your personal and professional relationships. That’s why many people turn to cosmetic dentistry. Veneers are an easy way to improve the overall appearance of your smile. Simply put, a veneer is a thin layer of restorative material that is bonded to your teeth. Veneers can mask discolourations, fill in gaps, and even correct chipped edges. Porcelain veneers are among the most popular methods to create a more beautiful smile. They can make teeth appear whiter and even change the size and shape of your teeth if they’re uneven. If applied properly, veneers can last up to 15 years. Despite its many advantages, there are lots of myths surrounding…

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