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INTERESTING FUN FACTS ABOUT TEETH The average person spends around 38 days in their lifetime brushing their teeth. Tooth enamel is the hardest substance in the human body. Like finger prints, everyone’s tongue print is different. Giraffe’s only have lower teeth. If your right handed, you will chew your food on the right side. If […]


Dentist Seaforth

TOOTHACHE A toothache is most often caused when the nerve of the tooth is irritated. There are numerous reasons for a person to experience tooth pain: Dental cavities/tooth decay Hot or cold air Temperature sensitivity/hot or cold liquids or food Teeth grinding or clenching Orthodontic movement/braces Abscessed tooth Impacted wisdom teeth Pregnancy Gingivitis/periodontal disease Tooth […]

Mouthwash and your dental routine

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Mouth Wash and your Dental Routine. Dental mouthwash can be a useful weapon in your dental health routine. Brush, floss and rinse? Brushing removes most food, bacteria and plaque from the surface of your teeth and  flossing gets in where your brush can’t reach . Some of us wonder if they should include mouthwash in […]

Foods to have after an extraction

What to eat after an extraction Once you’ve scheduled the surgery, you might wonder what to eat after a tooth extraction. As you might expect, soft foods are ideal during the first few days of recovery. WHAT TO EAT: Unless you have particularly sensitive teeth, ice cream tops the list of what to eat after […]

Porcelain Veneers

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PORCELAIN VENEERS Porcelain Veneers are thin pieces of porcelain shaped to fit over the front side of your teeth. Veneers are strong, look natural and are made to match the shape and colour of your own teeth. Teeth that are discoloured, chipped, decayed, or poorly shaped are good candidates for veneers. To prepare your teeth […]

Acidic foods and drinks

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Acidic Foods and your teeth Oranges, Grapefruits, cranberries, coffee, alcohol, fruit juices are common foods and drinks that are acidic, which is why it is important to ensure that they don’t harm the enamel on your teeth. When the acids in the food you eat and drink cause the enamel to wear away, tooth sensitivity […]

Baby teeth and teething

BABY TEETH AND TEETHING Teething can be uncomfortable for babies .Babies start teething around 6 months old, so knowing what to look for allows you to keep your little one comfortable. Obviously, teething takes place before you’ll see any  physical signs of teeth but you’ll be able to tell that your baby is teething  if […]


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WHY DENTAL CHECK UPS ARE IMPORTANT A regular dental check up is important as they help keep your teeth and gums healthy. You should have a regular visit at least every 6 months or as recommended by your dentist. There are two parts to a dental visit: The check up and xrays The clean                                                                                                              During […]

Symptoms of a cracked tooth

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                          SYMPTOMS OF A CRACKED TOOTH The symptoms of a cracked tooth vary depending on the severity of the crack. Some of the most common symptoms of a cracked tooth include: Sensitivity to hot and cold Pain when chewing Spontaneous shooting pain Excessive pain when eating sweet or sour foods If the tooth does not […]

How often should I change my toothbrush?

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HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHANGE YOUR TOOTHBRUSH? It’s easy to know when to replace your worn out shoes or faded clothes, but how often should you change your tooth brush ? Generally you should change your toothbrush every 3 to 4 months. If your tooth brush is frayed it won’t clean your teeth thoroughly. There […]