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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

Many people don’t realize just how closely their oral hygiene is related to their overall health. You don’t only go to the dentist to prevent cavities and keep your pearly whites from yellowing; we are also consistently monitoring your mouth Read more

It’s easy to neglect flossing. After all, brushing your teeth twice a day is good enough, right? Not quite. Flossing is just as important both for your oral hygiene and oral health as brushing your teeth. A steady oral cleaning Read more

You may be one of millions of people with dentures or implants. When you come in for your appointment, you should always update us about any changes regarding: Development of any existing medical conditions Smoking Changes in medications Allergies and Read more

Halloween is coming up, and we’re guessing your children are excited. It’d be ridiculous for us to recommend that you or your children not eat any candy at all, but we do have a few Halloween tips to keep everyone’s Read more

When your child’s first teeth erupt, it’s important to take steps to keep them clean right away to avoid the development of tooth decay. On top of any irritation and teething pain that your child goes through, the foods and Read more

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

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 Centre, 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