If you have a missing tooth or multiple missing teeth, you may be considering the pros and cons of various tooth replacement options. Here, our Calgary dentists discuss some of the dental health benefits of replacing missing teeth with dental bridges, compared to those of dental implants and dentures.
Our Calgary dentists explain the difference and how we may be able to correct either issue with clear aligners.
While dental veneers are a great option for providing a more aesthetically pleasing smile, you may wonder how long they will actually last. Our Calgary dentists review the purpose of dental veneers and whether they are a permanent solution to restore your smile.
Unfortunately, many adults experience gum disease at some point in their lives which is commonly caused by a lack of proper oral hygiene. Our Bankers Hall dentists talk about the common causes of gum disease and how you can help prevent this condition from developing.
If you are planning on having a dental implant procedure done then you may know what to expect during the surgery but what should you expect once you have dental implants? Today, our Calgary dentists explain what to expect from life after implants.
If you require a dental filling, there are a variety of options of materials for that filling. Some of the most common filling materials are amalgam, gold, porcelain and composite. In today's post, our Calgary dentists discuss the different types of dental fillings and which one may be right for you.
If you are looking to straighten your teeth then you may be considering clear aligners and you may have questions about what it's like to live with clear aligners. Today, our Calgary dentists discuss life with clear aligners and what you can and can't do during treatment with them.
Are you considering teeth straightening options and unsure about what your different options might be? Our Calgary dentists talk about the differences between clear aligners and traditional braces and offer some factors to think about, including cosmetic considerations.