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    Bonding: Another way to have bright, white teeth.

    Bonding can be used to improve the appearance of your smile by changing the colour, shape, position or spacing of your teeth.  Bonding is accomplished by placing a white composite resin over your tooth.  The composite resin comes in a variety of colours and with …

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    Root Canals Therapy

    Root canal therapy is needed when the pulp, the living tissue inside a tooth, is irreversibly damaged or infected. The pulp can become infected by a deep cavity, a large restoration, or trauma to the tooth. In order to save the tooth, the pulp and …

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    Yes, you can change the color, shape and spacing of your teeth.

    Change Your Teeth Today with Bonding   Bonding can be used to improve the appearance of your smile by changing the colour, shape, position or spacing of your teeth.  Bonding is accomplished by placing a white composite resin over your tooth.  The composite resin comes …

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    Stress and Your Teeth

    Stress and Your Teeth   Everyone experiences some level of stress.  Unfortunately, stress has been linked to several health problems – including your dental health. Stress can cause pain in your jaw joint or temporomandibular joint (TMJ).  The pain is usually just in front of …

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    Your Sherwood Park Dentist

    Your Sherwood Park Dentist   At Brush Dental in Sherwood Park, you and your family can experience a variety of dental services in a comfortable, friendly setting.  We strive to provide personal service for all patients young and old.  We are proud to treat several …

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  • Fluoride

    What is Fluoride?

    Fluoride What is it? Fluoride is a naturally occurring compound found in soil, water, and some foods.  It has been found to help remineralize decalcified enamel surfaces, thereby making your teeth more resistant to decay.  Fluoride also decreases the ability of oral bacteria to produce …

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    Tips to Prevent Cavities

    HOME CARE A beautiful, healthy smile that lasts a lifetime is our ultimate goal when treating patients. Your personal home care is one of the most important factors in achieving that goal. Your home care starts by eating a balanced diet, reducing the number of …

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    Nightguards

     NIGHTGUARDS Grinding you teeth at night is very common. A high percentage of people grind their teeth but only a small percentage is aware of it. Signs of nocturnal grinding include morning headaches, sore jaws, earaches, neck pain, loose teeth, broken teeth, and the shortening …

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    Sensitive Teeth

    Sensitive Teeth Everyone has had a sensitive tooth at some time.  Some of the possible causes are a cavity, a cracked tooth, an abscessed tooth, recent dental cleaning or restoration, following tooth whitening, and exposed dentin.  This article investigates the last cause, exposed dentin. Dentinal …

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  • Our Kids Are Precious...so Are Their Smiles.

    Taking Care of Your Child’s Teeth – Brushing and Flossing

    Taking Care of Your Child’s Teeth – Part 1 Brushing and Flossing   As a parent, you are responsible for keeping your child’s teeth healthy and clean. You can prevent cavities by providing a healthy diet and by regular daily dental care. Until the age …

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    Taking Care of your Child’s Teeth – Nutrition

    Taking Care of your Child’s Teeth – Part 2 Nutrition Eating properly can go a long way to preventing dental problems for you and your children.  When you eat any food containing sugars, the bacteria in your mouth process the sugar to produce an acid.  …

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    Dental Emergencies

    The best way to deal with dental emergencies is the prevent them.  This is done by regular brushing and flossing and by regular visits to your dentist’s office.  Avoid chewing ice, popcorn kernels, and hard candy.  Your teeth are not good bottle openers or scissors.  …

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    Tooth Whitening

    Everyone wants to have a bright white smile.  Unfortunately, teeth naturally darken with age.  Teeth also discolour due to the accumulation of surface stains acquired from smoking and consuming certain foods, such as coffee, tea, red wine, pop, juice, and almost any food with a …

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    Extractions

    When restorative procedures such as root canal therapy, crowns, or fillings are not enough to save a tooth, it may need to be pulled, or extracted. Tooth extraction procedures today are less painful than before, with many patients experiencing little discomfort and only minor bleeding. …

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    Preventative Dentistry

    We want you to join us in the belief that a healthy smile can last a lifetime. Our focus is on prevention. By maintaining proper oral hygiene and receivin regularly scheduled professional dental care, you can decrease the incidence of serious oral health problems. Dr. …

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    General dentistry

    1. White fillings Many types of filling materials are available for restoring decayed, chipped, worn, and cracked teeth, as well as spaces between teeth. The most widely used is a white composite resin that can be closely matched to the color of your existing teeth. …

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    Cosmetic Dentistry

    A beautiful smile can make a world of difference in how others see you, as well as how well you view yourself. We can help you to have a confident, healthy smile. We believe that each smile is unique and we will discuss a variety …

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    Children’s Dentistry

    The earlier you start helping your child get confident and comfortable about their dental care, the better chance he or she will develop a positive attitude toward the dental office. The Canadian Dental Association recommends a child’s first dental should be at age one year …

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