No matter our age, we all want a healthy and beautiful smile. Today our Surrey dentists share some oral health conditions to watch for as you age, and what you can do to help prevent or treat them.
The Cloverdale Crossing Dental Health Library
Our Surrey dentists have compiled this Dental Health Library to provide our patients with a comprehensive online resource for all things oral health.
Orthodontic treatment isn't just for kids! Our Surrey dentists can use Invisalign clear aligns to straighten the smiles of adults and teens discretely, and with less hassle than with traditional braces. Anyone with healthy teeth and gums can have a straighter smile.
Children's teeth can sometimes look yellow or discoloured, causing concerned parents to wonder if teeth whitening would be helpful in addressing the issue. Here's why our Surrey dentists advise against teeth whitening for children and young teens.
Only your dentist can tell you for sure if you have a cavity or tooth decay. That said, here are a few of the common signs and symptoms of dental cavities that you may to notice.
Some people believe that if they brush their teeth thoroughly they don't need to floss. While brushing twice daily is essential for good oral hygiene, brushing alone may not protect you from gum disease. Here's more about why flossing is important to your oral health.
Here’s a little from our Surrey dentist on how you should prepare for a safe and successful appointment when you're scheduled for dental treatment under sedation.
Dental sedation is not generally offered for regular dental cleanings or checkups, however, for patients with extreme anxiety we may be able to offer it.
When considering Invisalign for your orthodontic treatment, you may wonder if the aligners will impact your ability to speak clearly. Here, our Surrey dentists offer their top tips for getting used to speaking while wearing your Invisalign clear aligners.
A great way to improve the appearance of your smile with relatively little effort, is by whitening your teeth. However, it's important to remember that when it comes to teeth whitening 'less is more'!
What are the three types of sleep apnea and what exactly is the condition? Here, our Surrey dentists give brief explanation of the three types of sleep apnea (OSA, CSA and Mixed Sleep Apnea).
The dental implant process usually happens in multiple steps. This means that it will require more than one healing stage, making healing time variable depending on the number of teeth are being replaced, the patient’s health, and several other factors.
We are committed to helping you and your family maintain good oral health.