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We understand bad habits are hard to break. Sometimes you may not even be aware that something you’re doing in your everyday life can be hard on your teeth. In this article you will discover a few common habits, how Read more

Missing teeth have shown to contribute to accelerated gum disease and tooth decay if the area is left open. Missing teeth can also make your existing teeth change alignment.  Everyone’s teeth are a unique colour, along with our eye, hair Read more

Our goal is to exceed patient expectations and be at the leading edge of the dental arena while providing modern, state of the art dental care in a warm, relaxed environment.  Some things our office considers for the well-being and Read more

Your smile can impact your confidence in the workplace and elsewhere.Making lost teeth look as natural as possible is a very complicated and difficult task, making it that much more important to have an experienced cosmetic dentist working on your Read more

Dental x-rays are a common procedure here at Kildonan Crossing Dental Center, and they are extremely safe. Digital dental X-rays produce a very low dose of radiation that is a fraction of the radiation in other imaging procedures. A routine Read more

Did you know that in 1898, Emma Gaudreau Casgrain became the first woman licensed to be a dentist in Canada? Today women are a growing force in the dental industry within Canada and beyond. According to the Canadian Institute for Health Information, Read more

Many patients know the importance of regular exams, but consultations are also an important, non-invasive part of your oral health. Here are a few of the benefits of a consultation process: Get to know your dentist. Speaking with a dental professional Read more

As the weather warms we try to get outside and stay active as much as possible. And, it’s safe to say that most Canadian children are active in some kind of organized or casual sport throughout the summer months. Most Read more

This dental specialization often focuses on the health of the support structures for your teeth, like your gums and jaw bone. Disease or deterioration in these places can lead to tooth loss, and it is the role of the periodontist Read more

There are several reasons for the development of a cold sore. The flu, fatigue, stress and extreme weather conditions are just a few triggers, and because these triggers are often active during winter, many people tend to suffer more cold Read more