If you are looking to alter your smile then you may be considering brightening it up with teeth whitening treatments. In this post, our Fort St. John dentists list the potential side effects of professional teeth whitening and other things to keep in mind.
Read our blog from our Fort St. John dental team for helpful tips and advice on keeping your smile healthy and bright!
When you are missing teeth you may focus on how it affects your appearance but did you know that it can affect the overall structure of your jaw over time? Our dentists in Fort St. John share some information about preventing bone loss and how dental implants can help protect the density of your jaw bone.
If you have made the decision to restore your smile using dentures then you may be curious about a few things. Our Fort St. John dentists share some information about what it's like adjusting to new dentures and what you can do to make the process easier.
It is possible for anyone to get nervous while at the dentist but it is very common for children to feel especially anxious. Luckily there are ways that we can help ease their anxiety. Here, our Fort St. John dentists discuss whether children can receive dental sedation and what the benefits are.
Flossing is one of the main and most important steps when it comes to oral hygiene. Flossing helps to remove all particles between our teeth that our toothbrush may have left behind. Here, our Fort St. John dentists discuss the reason why flossing is so important and what the different flossing tools are to make flossing simple.
While you may know that sleep apnea can prevent you from feeling rested in the morning are you also aware that it can cause other potentially serious health concerns? Today, our Fort St. John dentists talk about what sleep apnea is, how it occurs and how it can affect your overall health.
When you make the choice to begin professional teeth whitening treatment there will be a few steps that your dentist may take to help prepare. Here, our Fort St. John dentists discuss the teeth whitening process and how a teeth whitening shade guide can help while planning your treatment.
If you are committed to treatment using Invisalign then you must ensure that you are also committed to wearing your clear aligners for at least 22 hours each day. Today, our Fort St. John dentists talk about what to do if you get off track with your Invisalign clear aligner treatment schedule and how to move forward.