March 11, 2019

The History of Toothpaste

Oral hygiene has been important as early as 5000 BC, when Egyptians used a paste to clean their teeth prior to the invention of toothbrushes.

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February 25, 2019

First Impressions Matter!

first impression can be critical. Have you ever heard the saying “you never have the chance to make a first impression twice”? It’s the truth! One of the most influential components to a first impression is your smile. It’s one of the first things that many people notice! The perfect smile can give you the confidence to meet new friends or impress work colleagues.

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February 11, 2019

Why Should I Clean My Tongue?

Cleaning your tongue is an important step to a healthy oral hygiene routine. At Quarry Park Dental, we want our patients have healthy smiles –  which includes the knowledge of at-home oral care. Here are some helpful tips on tongue cleaning!

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January 28, 2019

When Should I Take My Child to The Dentist?

Oral health care should start from a young age. This can help lead to a lifetime of good oral health and a beautiful smile! As a parent, you may be curious when should you start taking your child to see the dentist? The American Dental Association indicates a first dental visit should be made when a child’s first tooth appears or no later than their first birthday. At Quarry Park Dental, we often see children around age two. It can be tempting to hold off until your child is older to bring them in to see a dentist. However, the sooner you bring them in, the easier it is for them to feel comfortable at a dental office, the sooner we can detect problems early and provide them with proper oral care.

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January 14, 2019

The Importance of Replacing Missing Teeth

Missing a tooth or any of your teeth isn’t any fun. It can negatively affect your daily life. It can also change your appearance and affect self-confidence too. Besides the cosmetic appearance, missing teeth can be harmful to your oral health. At Quarry Park Dental, we are here to help you learn the importance of replacing missing teeth.

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December 31, 2018

What to Expect for a Professional Dental Cleaning

A regular dental checkup is recommended at least twice a year to maintain a healthy oral cavity. Apart from brushing and flossing your teeth at home, you should visit your dentist every six months to check if your teeth and gums are healthy. Part of the routine dental checkup is a professional dental cleaning. At Quarry Park Dental we ensure that our patients receive professional dental cleaning during their check-ups!

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December 3, 2018

Different Ways to Manage Tooth Sensitivity

Have you experienced a sudden onset of sharp tooth pain when eating ice cream or drinking hot chocolate? Tooth sensitivity is one of the most common dental issues. It is estimated that half of the population suffers from sensitive teeth. Some people may have a sensitivity that affects most or all of their teeth, while others may only experience sensitivity to one tooth. This is because hot and cold food and drinks are very acidic and sweet. In some cases, breathing in cold air can cause sensitive teeth too!

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November 5, 2018

What to Expect After Undergoing Dental Implant Surgery

Now that you have completed a dental implant surgery, what happens next? Learning what to expect after a dental implant surgery is essential to help patients cope with what’s going to happen after the procedure. At Quarry Park Dental, we make sure that our patients are well informed of what to expect after dental implant surgery.

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October 22, 2018

Laser Treatment for Gum Disease

The use of lasers has modernized different industries, and this includes the field of dentistry. Today, dentists can perform dental procedures like treating periodontal disease, without the need for incision and sutures. Laser therapy is a great innovation in this era that offers many benefits to dental patients. Here are some of the advantages of using Laser in Periodontal Therapy:

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October 8, 2018

Dental Health and Bruxism

Teeth Grinding or medically known as ‘Sleep Bruxism’ is described as the grinding of teeth while sleeping. It is also associated with jaw clenching. According to The Canadian Sleep Society, it is reported that eight percent of the adult population and fourteen percent of children grind their teeth a few times at night per week.

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