Although rare, you want to be prepared at any time for a dental emergency. There are many issues that can arise at any time and it’s important to know how to act when a problem presents itself. At Dentistry in Motion, we believe knowledge is key to handling any emergency. Let’s take a look at some common problems, and what to do if you ever find yourself or a loved one in a pressing situation.
Lets face it, there’s a good chance fask masks aren’t going anywhere in the next few years. During this time, you could discreetly be making big changes to your appearance that will last a lifetime! Whether you’re looking for a total smile makeover, or a quick fix, Dentistry in Motion is here to help assess your current needs, and provide you with a customized treatment plan!
Regular flossing plays an important role in your oral hygiene. Skipping flossing can result in plaque buildup between teeth and along the gum line. Plaque buildup increases the risk for tooth decay and gum disease. Taking proper care of your teeth not only fights bad breath, but also prevents cavities, gum diseases, and contributes to a healthy and white smile. Our team of dental professionals at Dentistry in Motion have put together some of the top benefits of flossing your teeth regularly:
Sometimes, life can get busy. We understand that many people in Toronto have full schedules, and could find themselves neglecting key oral hygiene practices, such as simple dental appointments. However, your oral health should be a top priority. A visit to a Toronto dental office, such as ours, could help you prevent serious oral health issues.
The holiday season is officially here! With that being said, it’s not time to take a vacation from your dental hygiene routine. The most important reason is so you can avoid cavities this holiday, which are quite painful and uncomfortable. Our team has put together some tips to help your smile stay happy and healthy all the way into the new year!
Cold and flu season is often synonymous with poor oral hygiene. This is because being sick can bring discomfort, drowsiness and utilize drugs that may not sit well with your oral health. We find that many patients find it hard to maintain the proper oral hygiene standards when feeling under the weather.