Plaque and tartar have an impact not only how your teeth look, but on your overall oral health. Our Burnaby discuss the differences between plaque and tartar, and what you can do to combat the effects of both.
Sparkling, white teeth is something that most people like to achieve. Whether it’s done through professional teeth whitening services, take-home kits or an over-the-counter whitening product, careful consideration as to what is eaten after the whitening procedure should be taken.
We use our toothbrush several times a day to clean our teeth and mouth. When we reach for it, we assume that it is clean and safe to use. You may have heard that germs live on toothbrushes, but have you wondered if you should be concerned about health issues and if there any precautions that should be taken?
A healthy mouth and strong teeth can result from a combination of good oral hygiene and a well balanced diet that is rich in vitamins and minerals. Our Burnaby dentists explain that just as our bodies need good nutrition and nutrients to promote overall health, the same applies to our mouth and teeth.
If you have wisdom teeth and experience pain, discomfort, tender, bleeding or swollen gums, these may be symptoms of impacted wisdom teeth. The dentists at North Burnaby Dental Group provide information about these symptoms and what you should do if you have impacted wisdom teeth.
Many patients come to us asking how they can straighten their teeth and resolve bite issues. Our dentists in Burnaby can offer Invisalign clear aligners to treat orthodontic issues — without wires or metal brackets. Here, our dentists describe the Invisalign treatment process and how it works in 5 steps.
For some people, attending dental appointments can be very stressful. If you suffer from dental anxiety, speaking to your dentist at North Burnaby Dental Group about taking oral conscious sedation may help you to relax. Plus, you get the dental treatment you need.
Snoring and sleep apnea are very different issues with some overlapping symptoms. In this post, our Burnaby dentists explain what sleep apnea is and share some of the main differences between the two conditions.