We love educating our community about oral health, so we share informative and interesting blog articles twice each month. Please feel free to follow along, comment, share, and join the conversation!
As brand-new humans, it seems logical that babies and children would have gleaming white teeth to go along with their bright eyes and soft skin. Baby teeth—also called primary teeth—generally do appear whiter than adult permanent teeth because they are more calcified. However, it is not uncommon for a child’s teeth to appear less than […]Continue Reading »
If you’ve ever gone too long between brushing your teeth, you know how slimy and dirty your teeth can feel. Some people lovingly call this layer of grime “teeth sweaters.” But it has a real name: plaque. Plaque is common but it can cause poor oral health if you ignore it. Read below for more […]Continue Reading »
Today’s dental implants boast a long-term success rate of near 97%. Because implants support surrounding teeth, encourage new tissue growth and continued bone formation, and give patients back their chewing ability and complete smile, they have become the industry standard for tooth replacement. Today, Dr. Crawford and Dr. Reddy of Calgary Dental House would like […]Continue Reading »
Most of us were taught when we were kids that sweets like chocolate will rot your teeth. While this may remain true for some types of our favorite sweet snack, that doesn’t mean we have to take it off the menu altogether. In fact, recent studies have found that dark chocolate, containing high percentages of […]Continue Reading »
Cracked tooth syndrome (CTS), also known as cracked cusp syndrome or split tooth syndrome, is a painful condition that results from a crack in one of your teeth. CTS can mean anything from a tiny hairline split in the crown to a fracture that goes all the way to the root. If you have a […]Continue Reading »
A root canal is a dental procedure that is used to repair and save a damaged tooth from ongoing decay or injury. If a cavity has developed and spread to the tooth’s nerve tissue, a painful infection or abscessed tooth can occur. An abscess is when the infection goes beyond the tooth’s roots and creates […]Continue Reading »
If you are missing one or more teeth, it’s crucial for your oral health that you replace the space left behind. Even if the missing tooth is in the back of your mouth where it isn’t visible, replacing it will keep the healthy teeth in your mouth from shifting. When teeth start shifting, this can […]Continue Reading »
If you suffer from headaches or migraines on a regular basis, you understand how debilitating they can be. You would do anything to manage or eliminate these painful headaches and reclaim your life. What if we told you that TMJ treatment in Calgary, AB with your dentist might be able to control your headaches? What is TMJ? Your temporomandibular […]Continue Reading »
When was the last time you felt confident enough about your smile to show it off proudly? Do you go through life looking at others and thinking everyone’s smiles look better than yours? Believe it or not, some studies say about a third of adults are unhappy with the appearance of their smile. It’s unfortunate […]Continue Reading »
There are two things we can all agree on when it comes to dental emergencies. 1) They are always inconvenient. 2) They are usually scary and often painful. The important thing to remember during a dental emergency is to stay calm and contact your dentist right away for emergency services in Northeast Calgary, AB. It also helps […]Continue Reading »
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