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KIDS, CAVITIES & COMPANY

Les enfants ne sont pas à l’abri des problèmes dentaires ! Que ce soit pour des raisons de génétique ou d’hygiène dentaire, les tout-petits doivent également consulter un spécialiste pour s’assurer d’avoir des dents en santé.

The Art of Dental Implants

One day, your dentist announces the inevitable: you need to have a tooth pulled. Or, for much too long, a missing tooth has been bothering you. In both cases, a dental implant is the best way to regain the pleasure in not only eating but also smiling! […]

I grind my teeth at night! Everything to know about bruxism!

We already told you that you grind your teeth at night? Your jaw hurts you sometimes?
What is bruxism?
Bruxism is the clenching or grinding of one’s teeth, which usually occurs during sleep. The forces applied to the […]

Risk of Pancreatic Cancer Linked to Change in Mouth Bacteria

The presence of certain bacteria in the mouth may indicate a raised risk for pancreatic cancer – a disease that often begins with no symptoms and for which there is no routine screening test. […]

LANAP Protocol, an invention that will revolutionize Health’s world!

Did you know that more than 75% of Canadian adults have some form of periodontal disease?
It is possible that you have periodontal disease and not experience any of these symptoms. Nonetheless, if the problem is […]

When a needle gives you your smile back ( Pinhole® surgical technique )

Do you suffer from gum recession and the idea of a gum graft is not appealing? You will be happy to learn that there is a new effective and less painful treatment available. The revolutionary […]

Oral hygiene, an important aspect of our health!

People are more and more sensitive to the importance of good oral hygiene, and April, National Oral Health month, is here to remind us that this aspect of our health is not to be overseen.

Having […]

Did you know that periodontal diseases and diabetes are closely linked?

Good oral hygiene is the key to avoiding serious problems for people suffering from diabetes. Every diabetic should visit their dentist yearly, or even twice a year if need be! X-rays, preventative checkups, and regular cleanings will help stop problems before they start.