Bad Breath Treatment & Oral Hygiene

Bad Breath Treatment & Oral Hygiene

Monday, February 10th, 2020

Causes of bad breath & how to treat bad breath by Newmarket Dentist

Bad Breath Treatment

One of the most embarrassing things to happen to a person is having a foul odor coming out of their mouth when talking to another person. Whether it be at work, meeting someone for the first time, going out on a date, or simply catching up with a friend; it is very embarrassing to have that meeting cut short by the other person and to later discover you had bad breath all along and are not sure. You start to wonder if your bad breath was the reason why the meeting was shortened. Our dentist in Newmarket can provide you with bad breath treatment.

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Tooth Decay And Cavities: Their Causes And How To Treat Them

Monday, January 6th, 2020

Cavities Treatment

Tooth Decay And Cavities Treatment by Newmarket Dentist

What is a Cavity?

No matter how well you take care of your teeth, you may still be at a risk of forming cavities. This is because of the plaque bacteria that forms in your mouth. The plaque bacteria breaks down the sugar in your mouth and forms an acid. This acid can cause your tooth enamel to rot and cause tooth decay. The enamel of your tooth breaks down and may cause cavities and holes in your mouth.

The plaque acids eat away the dentin and may cause a root cavity. You may feel pain at the root if eat or drink. If cavities develop, this may be a sign of your poor oral hygiene.

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Tooth Pain and Toothache

Monday, December 16th, 2019

Tooth Pain and Toothache

Tooth Pain and Toothache Treatment in Newmarket

In some occurrences, tooth pain is caused by tooth sensitivity; this is caused when the enamel that shields the teeth becomes fragile, or the gum begins to recede and exposes the root of the tooth, this is where tooth pain would come into effect as the teeth become sensitive. Some signs and symptoms of teeth sensitivity are if having hot, cold, sweet or acidic foods or drinks gives you pain. Also it may hurt when you breathe in cold air, these symptoms can come and go depending on how sensitive your teeth are. Another reason for toothache can be that you have a cavity, it would have to be examined by your dentist to ensure that it doesn’t keep growing and taking over your tooth, it can also cause other issues such as gingivitis and in the end would require either to extract the tooth altogether or have to complete a root canal.

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Tooth Pain Problems And Causes

Monday, October 21st, 2019

Tooth Problems

Newmarket Dental office provides treatment for tooth pain and dental problems

You know you have a nasty toothache when you cannot bear the pain anymore and find your way to the dentist to get a solution.  There are two types of tooth pain; there is sharp tooth pain that is short and is caused by decay, chipping, cold temperatures or grinding for example. The second type of pain is dull pain which is caused by damage to the nerves inside the tooth. Dull pain is more severe and lasts for a significant period of time. Root canal therapy is used to mitigate dull pain, sometimes extraction is used when the damage is too extensive. (more…)


Teeth Grinding Treatment

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Teeth Grinding

Teeth Grinding & Teeth Treatment, Newmarket

Many individuals may find themselves occasionally grinding their teeth. It many cases, this does not result in any problems however when teeth grinding becomes a regular occurrence, the teeth can become damaged or other oral health issues may result.

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Signs & Symptoms Of A Root Canal Problem

Monday, June 10th, 2019

Signs & Symptoms Of A Root Canal Problem

Root Canal Treatment in Newmarket

Individuals experiencing issues with their teeth might ask themselves whether they will require a root canal treatment in Newmarket. Root canals, also referred to as endodontic therapy is a procedure that is done by your Newmarket dentist when the pulp or nerve of your teeth become infected or inflamed. This can happen due to oral health issues such as crocked, broken teeth resulting from an injury or tooth decay.

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