Dental Health Resources

Here, our Selkirk dentists and team share help resources, tips and advice for your dental health.

The One Simple Method to Effectively Prevent Gum Decease

The One Simple Method to Effectively Prevent Gum Decease

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Gum disease is a very common issue among Canadian adults, and it’s often caused by poor oral hygiene. Here, our Selkirk dentists explain how poor oral hygiene leads to gum disease, and what actions you can take to avoid the condition.

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Does it Hurt to Wear Invisalign Clear Aligners?

Does it Hurt to Wear Invisalign Clear Aligners?

Posted in Clear Aligners

Invisalign clear aligners can be an amazing dental appliance, but you should be aware that your teeth may hurt a bit during treatment with them. In this post, our Selkirk dentists explain why that is the case, and how you can manage any pain you experience.

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Defining and Preventing Periodontitis Disease

Defining and Preventing Periodontitis Disease

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With gum disease, it's not just oral health that is at stake, periodontal disease threatens our overall physical health. Today, our Selkirk dentists define periodontitis and provide instructions on how to prevent it from developing.

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The Complete Guide to Eating with Clear Alligners

The Complete Guide to Eating with Clear Alligners

Posted in Clear Aligners

Today, our Selkirk dentists explain some other things you should know about eating and drinking with clear aligners. Clear aligners are removable, so you’ll enjoy not having dietary restrictions during your treatment, but there are still a few best practices to be aware of.

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How to Avoid Needing a Root Canal

How to Avoid Needing a Root Canal

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Root canals are effective, but we can all agree it's preferable not to need one. Prevention can be the first line of defence. Here, our Selkirk dentists explain how preventive oral hygiene can help you avoid a root canal procedure.

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Braces vs. Clear Braces vs. Clear Aligners: How can I know which one is right for me?

Braces vs. Clear Braces vs. Clear Aligners: How can I know which one is right for me?

Posted in Clear Aligners

There is a plurality of different types of braces out there. Today, our Selkirk dentists compare traditional braces, clear braces, and clear aligners to help you decide which is best for you.

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Dental Appliances Can Help You With Sleep Apnea

Dental Appliances Can Help You With Sleep Apnea

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Sleep disorders such as sleep apnea can quite seriously impact your health and the quality of your sleep. There are a number of different dental appliances that are available to help treat sleep apnea and here, our Selkirk dentists walk through some of the options. 

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Facts Everyone Should Know Before Choosing a Clear Aligner

Facts Everyone Should Know Before Choosing a Clear Aligner

Posted in Clear Aligners

Selecting a clear aligner for your smile is an important decision. And you should try to collect as much information as possible to make your choice. At our Selkirk dental office, we aim to provide you with the treatment and information you need. Here are a few facts you should know before choosing clear aligner treatment.

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How to Choose the Right Dentist for You

How to Choose the Right Dentist for You

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Are you searching for a dentist in the Selkirk area? Finding the right kind of dentist can be a tricky task, so here, our dentists are offering some advice about how to make the right choice.

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What do Clear Aligners Cost?

What do Clear Aligners Cost?

Posted in Clear Aligners

The cost of treatment is often a concern for people seeking orthodontic treatment with Invisalign. Here, our Selkirk dentists break down some of the factors you may want to consider when making the financial decision to undergo this treatment.

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