While each person in your family will need routine dental care, the services that they need will vary depending on age. In this post, our Grande Prairie dentists share some of the ways that dental care services will differ for each member of your family.
Here, our Grande Prairie dentists and team share help resources, tips and advice for your dental health.
The TMJ, or temporomandibular joint, is a complex joint in the face that allows for the movement of your jaw bone. This joint is able to experience injuries and disorders like other joints in the body. Here, our Grande Prairie dentists share some of the different types of TMJ disorders as well as the causes, symptoms and treatment options.
If you are experiencing jaw pain, it can be an indicator of a number of underlying concerns. In this post, our Grande Prairie dentists explain the potential causes of jaw pain, including TMJ disorders, and the possible treatment options.
Poor oral hygiene can lead to a number of dental concerns such as gum disease. This condition is one of the most common affecting Canadian adults and can be easily prevented. Here, our Grande Prairie dentists discuss gum disease and how it happens as well as the steps you can take to avoid it.
When you have a damaged tooth, whether it's a crack or a cavity, you will need to have it repaired. Your dentist may recommend dental fillings to repair these teeth. In this post, our Grande Prairie dentists share some of the different types of dental fillings and how you will be able to tell that you are in need of a filling.
While dental care has come a long way and we now have root canals to help save infected teeth, the ideal option is still to prevent the need for one entirely. Here, our Grande Prairie dentists share some information about root canals and how to avoid needing this invasive procedure.