Wondering what you can expect during your recovery from a dental crown procedure? Our Grande Prairie dentists explain.
Gum disease can threaten your oral health and lead to other problems. Our dentists in Grande Prairie explain how to prevent periodontitis and improve gum health.
When it comes to practicing good oral health habits, most people focus on the condition of their teeth but rarely think about their gums. Striving to keep your gums strong is important in ensuring that your smile stays beautiful and you don't experience any serious oral health problems, such as gum disease.
As the last few weeks of 2019 tick by, you're probably checking in on New Year's resolutions passed and trying to come up with new ones for 2020. Was your goal to pay back debt or lose weight? Was it to make more time of yourself? We often make New Year's resolutions that are quite challenging to achieve. Don't feel guilt over missing a milestone when the bar was too high.
Have you bitten into a gumdrop and felt a sharp pain in your tooth? There is a possibility that you have inflamed gums due to untreated gingivitis, gum disease, or something more serious. There are many conditions that can result from your diet, smoking, drinking, genetics, and other habits as well as not keeping up with regular oral hygiene care.