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At We Smile Dentistry, we place a strong emphasis on patient education because oral health requires your participation. When we only see you twice yearly for regular cleanings and exams, the rest of the year it’s up to you to keep your smile clean and healthy. Follow along with our monthly blog posts to learn everything you need to know, from essential, potentially life-saving health information, to fun facts and more.

Replace Missing Teeth – Dentures & Dental Implants

August 13th, 2017

So you’re missing a tooth—or a few! An apple a day will not take care of this one, unfortunately. It’s time to consider dentures or dental implants. A variety of personal and practical factors will determine which solution is best for your new smile. Don’t feel lost among all the pros and cons of choosing […]

Dentists Are Doctors, Too!

July 27th, 2017

There are many kinds of doctors – Doctors of English, Doctors of Philosophy, Doctors of Medicine, Dr. Pepper… (wink).Of course, when we use the term doctor, we most often mean a physician or doctor of medicine. But did you know that dentists are doctors, too? Every doctor has a specialty, and a dentist’s specialty is […]

Happy Canada Day!

July 1st, 2017

Dr. Giulio Spagnuolo and our team at We Smile Dentistry would like to wish you a Happy 150th Canada Day! Canada Day commemorates the creation of Canada’s ten provinces and three territories that became independent from the British government in 1867.Whether you’re planning to celebrate the historic occasion with family and friends, or you’re looking […]

Early Detection to Save Smiles and Money

June 13th, 2017

Experts estimate the cost of raising a child from birth until they graduate from high school at $250,000 or more. The simple basics of food, clothing and shelter seem to eat up the majority of many family budgets. Given these facts, it’s little wonder that most parents shudder at the words “Orthodontic Treatment”. Fortunately, early […]

Caring For Baby Teeth…Don’t Underestimate Their Importance

June 7th, 2017

All parents would like their children to grow into adulthood with attractive, healthy permanent teeth and smiles. The first step to ensuring this lifetime of good dental health is proper care for our children’s primary (baby) teeth.Many parents don’t appreciate the importance of baby teeth. These teeth are not only necessary for chewing food and […]

The Importance of Senior Oral Health Care

June 2nd, 2017

As people get older, changes in their bodies can affect the health of their teeth and gums. Regular dental visits can help seniors care for their teeth as they age.Dry mouth is a common problem in seniors. It can result from the aging process itself, from use of certain medications and as a side-effect of […]

Bottled Water and Your Children’s Teeth

May 26th, 2017

For many years following the introduction of fluoride to city water supplies, dentists noticed a trend towards a dramatic reduction in cavities. There has however, been a disturbing change in recent years. Dentists are seeing more and more children and young adults with cavities. Many experts believe that this reversal is a result of the […]

Make the Most of Every Smile With Dental Veneers

May 18th, 2017

There is an exciting new trend in dentistry today. More and more people are booking appointments with their dentist, not because they have problems with their teeth, but because they want to enjoy the many benefits that modern cosmetic dentistry has to offer. People are learning that a healthy, attractive smile can provide self-confidence and […]

Restore Your Smile With Dental Implants

May 11th, 2017

An attractive smile speaks volumes about you and your overall state of health. Missing teeth can diminish the appearance of your smile and, more importantly, lead to other problems with your oral health.When you lose one or more teeth, the shape of your mouth and look of your face can change. Over time, teeth will […]

Oral Cancer – Prevention, Detection and Treatment

May 3rd, 2017

Regular visits to the dentist are an important part of your oral hygiene routine. They are also essential to the prevention and detection of serious problems like oral cancer.Oral cancer results from abnormal cell growth in the mouth, lips, tongue or throat. If caught early, it can usually be treated successfully. Often the first signs […]

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