Clearwater Family Dental
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Eating Disorder Complications for Dental Health

Eating disorders have dramatically increased in Canada over the past few years. According to the National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC), about 1,000,000 Canadians are diagnosed with an eating disorder (anorexia, bulimia, and binge eating) each year. An eating disorder classifies as a serious mental condition that involves abnormal eating behaviour. This can range from…

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Food to Avoid for Better Teeth

The foods and beverages you consume not only affect physical health; they also influence dental wellness. Some foods can have a detrimental effect on the appearance of your teeth, while others might improve your smile. FOODS TO AVOID: Ice Chewing on hard substances can severely damage tooth enamel. Biting on ice can make you more…

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What to Do When Your Child Knocks Out a Tooth

Sports and games offer healthy activities for children. Not only are they a fun form of exercise, they also foster a sense of sportsmanship and teamwork amongst peers. However, children who are active in sports that require physical contact risk injury, including the possibility of losing a tooth or two. If you are a parent…

How to Properly Brush Teeth

How to Properly Brush Teeth

Having a bad day? Many psychologists argue that smiling can help change your attitude. If grey clouds have been trailing you all day, feigning a smile can trick your brain into releasing endorphins that make you feel happy. This is called “the facial feedback” hypothesis, the belief that emotional experiences may be influenced by our…

Dental Sedation: What to Expect

Dental Sedation: What to Expect

Many people share a fear of visiting the dentist. However unfounded this feeling may be, it’s understandable. While dental anxiety sufferers are not alone; caring clinics and dentists offer dental sedation as a relief for pain and worry. * What is Dental Sedation? * Dental sedation or sedation dentistry uses various approaches to help patients…

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Dental Warning Signs You Should not Ignore

Ensuring the perfect health of both your gums and teeth is very important. It can be convenient to believe that your teeth are in a perfect state because you brush twice daily. Also, it is not very uncommon for people to misunderstand what are actually warning signs to be harmless everyday occurrences. Here we are listing a few of the…

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Gum Disease: Fears, Facts and How to Fight It

In TV commercials it is shown that people experience bleeding when brushing and it can be a common sign of gum disease. But, do you know how important it is to deal with this problem? Gum disease starts when the plaque buildup around teeth is not addressed on time and it results in condition called…

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New Oral Health Routine for the New Year

Every year people make New Year’s resolution on 1st January. Some people decide to eat healthier or go to gym daily or cut down on smoking or alcohol, but hardly a few manage to keep it up all through the year. In 2018, why not make a resolution to develop an improved and new oral…

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Taking Care of Your Little One and His Teeth

You want the best for your child. As parent you want to ensure, nothing ever disturbs them, not even minor dental issue. To protect your baby from unwanted dental issues, it is recommended to star at an early age. When, even before teeth emerge? The gums of little ones are very delicate, while you wait…

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Chipped Tooth? Learn to Handle a Dental Emergency Wisely

You were trying to open a bottle with your teeth or crunching ice and all of a sudden you notice something hard in your teeth and you start to panic as you realize what it is-a piece of a cracked tooth. Sounds relatable? Even if you have never experienced a dental emergency like this, probably…