Grinding teeth is one tell-tale sign of stress

The Daily Grind: Stress and Your Dental Health Whether you agree that life is more stressful today than ever, dentists and periodontists in Mississauga are linking the increased cases of teeth-grinding (also known as bruxism), in large part, to stress. Let me tell you...

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Genetics Can Contribute to Periodontal Disease

Genetics Can Contribute to Periodontal Disease

Genetics: A Thorough Patient History Could Reveal Periodontal Risks Researchers believe that among environmental factors and lifestyle choices, periodontal disease, which could lead to dental implants, has a genetic element, which causes some people to be more...

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The Role Hormones Play in Your Dental Health

Consult with the Periodontal Experts in our Mississauga Clinic OK ladies… I have good news and bad news. The bad news is that hormonal changes to your body throughout your life may put you at increased risk for periodontal disease. The good news is that the team at...

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Gummy Is Not a Word You Want Associated With Your Smile

If you have a “gummy” smile, you are not alone. Some of the most beautiful people in Hollywood today have “gummy” smiles - Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Garner and Nicole Kidman come to mind. However, unlike the celebrities we love to gossip about, most of us with a more...

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Brush Up On Summer Oral Health

Brush Up On Summer Oral Health

  Kids all around Mississauga are packing in their school books for the lazy days of summer vacation.  That means the chances are good that you’ll be spending more time with your own kids, in some cases 24/7. They are watching your every move and learning how to...

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Periodontists… The super-heroes for your gums

  When it comes to allowing someone near your mouth with sharp instruments you really want to make sure that he, or she, is the most trained and experienced periodontist possible. While your dentist is the absolute right person to visit every 6 to 9 months, there are...

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April is Oral Health Month

Oral health problems linked to social well-being April is oral health month, a great time to think about your own oral health care and wellbeing. Too often Canadians, even those who visit the dentist regularly and are committed to their oral care, ignore the signs of...

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