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News & Events From Dentistry in Newmarket

Welcome to our Dentistry in Newmarket blog. Learn more about dental health tips to keep your smile healthy, as well as stay up-to-date with community news and events.

When Should I Go See A Dentist?

When Should I Go See A Dentist?

Some people think that the only time they should go to see a dentist is if they are experiencing pain in their gums or teeth. But the truth is, if you wait until you are experiencing any pain or issues with your teeth to see a dentist, then it is already too late!...

Sedation Dentistry Options for Children

Sedation Dentistry Options for Children

Your child might be scared of going to the dentist’s. Most children are usually apprehensive when they need to sit in the dental chair. But as their parents, you know how important it is for them to maintain their oral health, even at a young age. Because of this...

How Your Family Dentist Can Help With Phobias

How Your Family Dentist Can Help With Phobias

Dental anxiety is the fear of going to the dentist’s office, and it affects quite a lot of people. Even though regular dental check-ups are an important part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums, some people just cannot get over their fear of the dentist. Routine...

How Sleep Dentistry Helps To Overcome Dental Anxiety

How Sleep Dentistry Helps To Overcome Dental Anxiety

If you hate going to the dentist, you are not alone and the thought causes a number of people to experience anxiety. A lot of people are scared to visit their dentist, and for some, the fear is so great that they do not even attend their appointment, despite being in...

How to Stop Grinding Teeth at Night

How to Stop Grinding Teeth at Night

Teeth grinding during sleep is common and a lot of people suffer from this condition, which is also known as bruxism. The good news is that if you do grind your teeth at night, there are things you can do to stop it and both your doctor and dentist can provide you...

Types of Mouthguards to Protect Your Teeth

Types of Mouthguards to Protect Your Teeth

Mouthguards are an effective way of protecting your teeth from injury which can occur as a result of teeth grinding during sports or while you sleep. They are coverings that are worn over your teeth and there are three types of mouthguards you can choose from,...

Why You Need a Dental Bone Graft

Why You Need a Dental Bone Graft

This is probably the first time you’ve ever heard the term ‘bone graft’ being used, especially when talking about dental work. It’s much more likely you’ve heard of the term ‘dental implant’ though, which is quite ironic since dental bone grafts and dental implants...

Benefits of Dental Inlays & Onlays

Benefits of Dental Inlays & Onlays

Everyone wants a great smile and dental inlays and onlays can help with that. If you have a tooth (or several), suffering from decay and damage then either a dental inlay or onlay might be the right type of dental restoration for you. Dental inlays and onlays are seen...

Things You Should Know About Full Mouth Restoration

Things You Should Know About Full Mouth Restoration

Does it seem like the problems you’re having with your gums and your teeth never end? If you have several dental issues affecting your teeth and gums at the same time, or persisting over the years, you may want to consider getting a full mouth restoration. Full mouth...

Why You Need Dental Veneers

Why You Need Dental Veneers

Everyone has certain things they wish they could change about themselves. For many, they are unhappy with their smile. Whether that is the shape of their teeth, discolouration or chips and cracks, veneers may be the solution you are looking for. Veneers are one of the...

What Can Happen If You Don’t Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

What Can Happen If You Don’t Have Your Wisdom Teeth Removed

Wisdom teeth are the only molars in the mouth that develop much later in life, even after the rest of your adult teeth have already formed and surfaced. Wisdom teeth, also known as third molars, often develop relatively quickly and painfully, which can cause quite a...

The Effect Hormones Have On Your Oral Health

The Effect Hormones Have On Your Oral Health

Women experience quite a number of positive and challenging experiences from puberty to their first menstrual cycle, pregnancy and even menopause. Although many are aware of the effects hormones have on other areas of the body, including joints and development, few...

The Importance of Dental X-Rays

The Importance of Dental X-Rays

A visual examination does not always tell the dentist what they need to know and this is why they turn to x-rays, which can provide them with additional information regarding your oral health. X-rays help dentists to accurately diagnose and detect issues early on so...

What is considered a Dental Emergency?

What is considered a Dental Emergency?

Dental problems are painful and frustrating, and a visit to your dentist is a must whenever you experience any type of dental issue. Severe dental problems are even more painful and the discomfort is often unbearable. In these cases, you will need to contact an...

How do Dental Implants Work?

How do Dental Implants Work?

If you hide your smile and avoid eating your favourite foods because of missing teeth, you no longer have to do this because dental implants can help restore your confidence. It is a safe solution that can replace missing teeth, allowing you to eat, smile, laugh and...

Things to Consider Before Getting Invisalign Braces

Things to Consider Before Getting Invisalign Braces

If you’re looking for an alternative to traditional metal braces, Invisalign can help. It is a very popular option because of its subtle appearance that is virtually undetectable. The treatment consists of two clear aligners that will be fitted to the exact shape and...

How Smoking Affects Oral Health

How Smoking Affects Oral Health

Smoking is an extraordinarily difficult habit to break, but it’s worth it to do so. In addition to causing detrimental effects to your physical and mental health, smoking tobacco can also have adverse effects on your oral health. The more you smoke, the further impact...

Genetics and Oral Health

Genetics and Oral Health

Genetics are all-powerful, influencing everything from eye colour to the way you communicate with others. Genetic makeup can make individuals predisposition to certain health conditions and diseases. Does this include oral health issues as well? It can. It may be...