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Dental health blog exploring the latest news and issues of the heart of dentistry and oral health.

Dental Emergencies

What Are the Common Dental Emergencies?

Canadian’s see their dentists on average 3.54 hours per year. Over 80% of those visits were to a general dentist, and many would have been experiencing common dental emergencies. As a dental surgery, you see many of the same issues daily, all of which need to be treated with speed and the utmost care. Keep

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How to Tell if You Have Cavities

How to Tell if You Have Cavities

96% of Canadians have dealt with cavities at some point in their lives. Sometimes, people might not even know if they are suffering from a cavity. If you’re feeling discomfort, suffering from tooth sensitivity, or have sore gums, you might be worried you have a cavity. You might also be wondering how to tell if you

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Cracked Teeth

Cracked Teeth vs Craze Lines: What’s the Difference?

Craze lines, also known as superficial cracks, are translucent vertical lines that appear on your teeth. They are usually vertical, unnoticeable lines you can spot by looking closely at your teeth. Craze lines commonly occur due to wear and tear as people age. In some cases, these lines can appear brown, yellow, and even gray. Your first reaction

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Root Canal vs Extraction What’s the Difference

Root Canal vs Extraction: What’s the Difference?

Canada is one of the most conscientious nations when taking care of their oral health, with a reported 74 percent of Canadians visiting their dentist in 2019. But despite this, dental decay is still an extremely common issue amongst the population. Much of the time, tooth decay is caused by poor oral hygiene and infection, not because

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Why Is Family Dentistry Important for Oral Health

Why Is Family Dentistry Important for Oral Health?

There’s some good news surrounding the dental industry in Canada. From 2015 to 2020, the market has grown by 1.3%, and household spending on dentistry has risen by 7.1%. The average Canadian household spends a minimum of $430.00 on services, which is up from $350.00 in 2017. Why the recent development? Perhaps it’s because more people are seeing the

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