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The Dental Bridge Procedure

Our Tecumseh dentists use dental bridges to replace missing teeth. Here, our dentists explain what a dental bridge is and what the procedure entails.

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How does dental hygiene affect your overall health?

You can keep your mouth healthy and prevent dental decay and gum disease by practicing good oral hygiene. Today, our Tecumseh dentists explain how a healthy mouth can also contribute to better overall health and well-being. 

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Dental Crown Procedures: What To Expect

Dental crowns are a restorative dental treatment option can help change the function, strength and appearance of a crooked, discoloured, damaged or decayed tooth. Today, our Tecumseh dentists share what you can expect during a dental crown procedure.

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10 Oral Hygiene Tips

With preventive hygiene care including brushing and flossing along with regular visits to your dental office, you can maintain your oral health. Today, our Tecumseh list their best oral hygiene tips.

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The Most Common Cause of Gum Disease

Many Canadian adults will experience gum disease in their lifetime, often as a result of a lack of proper oral hygiene. Our dentists in Tecumseh discuss how to prevent gum disease and what can be done to treat it. 

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What is the difference between dental implants and dental bridges?

We can replace one or more missing teeth with dental bridges and dental implants. Our dentists in Tecumseh will help you to choose the treatment option that best fits your specific oral health needs. 

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The Importance of a Professional Dental Cleaning

Many people only come in for visits with the dentist when they feel pain or discomfort in their gums or teeth. Here, our Tecumseh dentists explain why regular appointments for professional cleanings are important, even when you feel okay.

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Can Children Get Gum Disease?

Gum disease is an extremely common oral health condition among Canadian adults. That said, many people are unaware that children can also be impacted by this disease. Here, our Tecumseh dentists explain how this happens and what actions can be taken to prevent it.

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Flossing: is it really necessary?

Our dentists in Tecumseh recommend that you brush your teeth at least two times a day, and floss once per day. However, some patients decide to skip flossing. Today, we explain why flossing is important and why you should not avoid it.

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