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Manual vs. Electric Toothbrushes

Both manual and electric toothbrushes can be used to effectively clean your teeth. Here, our Mississauga dentists discuss the benefits that electric toothbrushes may offer, depending on your needs.

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The Worst Foods For Teeth

Tooth care is important. Healthy teeth can make a good impression on others, but teeth riddled with cavities or a mouth full of missing or yellowed teeth can make people turn away in disgust.

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Taking Your Child To The Dentist For The First Time

According to the experts, the first dental appointment of a child is much sooner than expected by parents.  Once the first baby tooth comes out (approximately 6 months of age) they should be taken to see the dentist.

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What Your Smile Says About You

A person smiles when he or she is usually doing it because of a funny joke, a good feeling, or good news. Not many people put thought into how they are going to smile because the brain automatically responds to the stimulus and causes the facial muscles to expand and the teeth to show. 

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Brushing Teeth

Regular brushing is the best preventive maintenance to guard against premature oral disease and tooth decay.

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How to Find a Dentist?

Finding a reputable dentist is important for every person’s health and well-being. Adults should have a routine cleaning every six months to eliminate plaque and check for periodontal disease and other problems.

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Daily Checklist for Healthy Teeth

Following a daily checklist of tasks to maintain healthy teeth and gums is important to prevent gum disease, bad breath and tooth decay. Committing to such a daily schedule and following up with regular dental visits will ensure you maintain a healthy smile and will prevent costly corrective dental work in the future.

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How to spot trouble? When to go see a dentist

Proper oral health is the key to preventing gum disease and keeping your teeth for life. Part of that plan should include cleanings and regular dental checkups.

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High Performance Athletes = High Performance Caries

Just the other day at Kerhoulas Dental, our hygiene department saw a 14-year old patient for his recall exam. We have been seeing him since he was five years old. He is one of those patients, who up until now, has been caries free and has had impeccable oral hygiene.

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Welcoming New Patients

Do you need a dentist in Mississauga? We're happily accepting new patients at our dental clinic. Contact us to book an appointment. 

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