If persistent tooth or gum pain is affecting you, contact your dentist immediately for an exam. In this post, our Whitehorse dentists explain some possible reasons for your pain and what you can do until you get to the dentist.
According to our Whitehorse dentists, here is what you may anticipate from your child's first dental cleaning.
Having a painful jaw can often be a sign of dental issues such as TMJ Disorder, toothache, or sometimes more serious conditions. Here are some of the possible explanations for jaw pain and how to alleviate some of the pain.
Bleeding gums can be a sign of dental health complications, many of which are quite severe and require immediate attention. Here, the Whitehorse dentists from Dandelion Dental explain how to prevent and treat bleeding gums, and provide guidance on when there is cause for more serious concern.
You’ve not only seen famous actors but also your friends getting impressive results from teeth whitening – but how does the procedure actually work? Our Whitehorse dentists want to illuminate this process for you.
Everyone's dental needs differ depending on their age and medical history. Our Whitehorse dentists are here to explain the key differences between dental care for children, teens, adults, and seniors.
Are you considering asking your dentist about a teeth whitening treatment but aren't sure how long it will last? Our Whitehorse dentists explain both our at-home and in-office whitening options and the factors that determine how white your smile will remain and for how long.
Gum disease is a relatively common issue affecting adults in Canada, which comes about due to poor oral hygiene. Here, our Whitehorse dentists clarify how poor oral hygiene can lead to gum disease and some steps you can take now to ward off the disease.
Take pride in your smile. Your friendly Whitehorse dentist is waiting to meet you today!