Dental Health Resources

Dental Appliances Can Help You With Sleep Apnea

Sleep is essential to your health and wellbeing, and sleep disorders can seriously impact physical health. There are dental appliances available to help treat sleep apnea, and today our Kanata dentists explain the options.

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TMJ: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment Options

The temporomandibular joint, commonly referred to as TMJ, is one of the body’s most complex joints. Here, our Kanata dentists explain three main types of TMJ disorders, symptoms and how they are treated.

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5 Common Myths About Flossing

Here, our Kanata dentists explain why flossing is so important and why you should not skip it by debunking common myths.

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The Dental Bridge Procedure

Our Kanata dentists use dental bridges to replace missing teeth. Here, our dentists explain what a dental bridge is and what the procedure entails.

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How does dental hygiene affect your overall health?

Good oral hygiene helps you keep your mouth healthy, preventing dental decay and gum disease. Here, our Kanata dentists explain how a healthy mouth can contribute to better overall health and wellbeing as well.

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Dental Crown Procedures: What To Expect

Here, the dentists at Bridlewood Dental in Kanata share what to expect during a dental crown procedure.

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Types of Dental Cleanings

To help you communicate more effectively with your dentist and hygienist it's a good idea to learn a little about the different types of professional cleanings that may be used to help maintain your good oral health. Our Kanata dentists explain different dental cleaning procedures.

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Why is Restorative Dental Care So Important?

Today, our Kanata dentists discuss different types of restorative dental services and how they help renew your smile.

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Types of Dental Fillings

Today, our Kanata dentists discuss the different types of dental fillings available, as well as the advantages of each kind.

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Your Child’s First Dental Cleaning: What to Expect

Starting with the emergence of their first tooth, your young child should begin visiting the dentist every 6 months. In today's post our Kanata dentists discuss what you may anticipate from your child's first dental cleaning.

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