East Van Dental Clinic in Vancouver is your go-to clinic for putting a smile on your face for everyone to see. We offer cosmetic and family dentistry, and place care and quality as most important for our patients. Combining the latest technology with experienced and caring dental professionals is a marriage made in heaven that will have you seeing fantastic results. We are currently accepting new patients right now! Be sure to book an appointment for an Exam, where we will discuss your dental history, assess your cosmetic goals, and much more…
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We offer a friendly, knowledgeable and compassionate team of dental professionals that will listen to your concerns and tailor your treatment specifically to your needs and expectations. We're currently accepting new patients! Give us a call at (604) 251-4000. https://eastvandental.com
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A mouth rinse, in addition to daily brushing and flossing, can increase the cleanliness of your mouth. Don't forget to include this as part of your daily oral hygiene routine. 😉https://eastvandental.com/vancouver-routine-cleanings/
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Daily brushing and cleaning between your teeth are important because it removes plaque. If the plaque isn't removed, it continues to build up, feeding on the bits of food left behind and causing tooth decay and gum disease.
Teething begins at around 6 months of age. Many people associate some non-oral symptoms, including a runny nose and a fever, with the teething process. However, research suggests that the infant's exposure to the wider world and to childhood illnesses are more likely responsible for these symptoms.....
You don't need special equipment or covers to keep the brush itself clean. In fact, covering it can actually breed new bacteria and introduce it into your mouth. Instead, just rinse your brush after each use and allow it to air dry. You should also avoid sharing brushes with others, even your kids.
It's the most wonderful time of the year... well, at least for parents: Back to school! And while you rejoice in rushing your little ones out the door -- books, pencils and jackets in tow -- you'll wa...
Flossing is definitely just as important as brushing, but be sure to not overdo it! Flossing too hard can actually have negative effects on your oral health. To prevent this, you should press gently on the floss, while making smooth strokes between teeth. 😉
Don't forget to wear your retainers in order to maintain all the work your braces have done! If you don’t, your teeth can revert to the way they were before orthodontic treatment. #CosmeticDentistry #Orthodontic
If you've ever been in line at a natural health store, you may have come across a rather odd item known as a probiotic chewing gum. As the name implies, the rubbery treat contains millions of bacteria, which at first glance, may not seem remotely pleasant. Yet, taking a closer look at the type of microbe contained within this product, and several other oral health options coming to market, may help to explain why it may be beneficial. http://ow.ly/AnCR30lc7Zw