• Cracked Tooth Syndrome

    A cracked tooth is a medical condition in which the person can feel a sudden, sharp pain or contraction when a patient bites or puts pressure onto something in their mouth. The symptoms of cracked tooth syndrome are: 1. Increased tooth sensitivity to varying temperatures 2. Extreme pain in the tooth ...Read More

  • Veneers and Dental Bonding

    Most people know that veneers and dental bonding are both cosmetic surgery procedures, which can help hide any dental imperfection and a small glitch in your teeth to give you self-confidence with a beautiful smile to match. Many people are, however, confused as to the differences between these two ...Read More

  • Why Fluoride is Good for You

    Fluoride plays an important role in the well-being of your teeth. Knowing the benefits of fluoride will help you know more about plaque and how you can prevent cavities from forming in your teeth. Your tooth enamel is hard but it is porous at the same time. Plaque that builds up on the surface of y ...Read More

  • What Dental Cleaning Can Do For You

    There are many reasons why you should get your teeth cleaned by a dentist at least three times a year. A whitish film builds up on teeth known as plaque. Plaque is the leading cause of tooth decay. This substance which is acidic in nature, eats away at the tooth enamel and if you leave this unattend ...Read More

  • How to Improve the Appearance of your Teeth

    If you think your teeth could do with some aesthetic improvement, veneers are one of the best options for you. People usually think of teeth whitening when wanting to improve the appearance of their teeth, but few think about getting veneers, which are actually a better option. Veneers help capture ...Read More

  • Teaching Kids Better Dental Habits

    Teaching Kids Better Dental Habits Many of us are afraid of the dentist and sub-consciously, we pass this fear on to our children. Instead of doing this, we should teach them important dental health habits. As kids live by parent’s examples, remaining calm in the dentist’s chair will go a long w ...Read More

  • Pregnancy and Gingivitis

    Pregnancy and Gingivitis The inflammation of the gums when plaque accumulates in the spaces between the teeth and gums is known as gingivitis. Bacteria accumulates and can also lead to bone loss around the teeth, which is then referred to as Periodontitis. This can eventually lead to tooth decay and ...Read More

  • Kids and Good Oral Care

    Kids and Good Oral Care Children’s teeth start to form even before their birth. By the time they reach the age of approximately six months, baby teeth begin to grow. By the time children are about three years old, all 20 of their primary teeth appear. By the age of six, permanent teeth begin to ap ...Read More

  • Children and Fear of the Dentist

    Children and Fear of the Dentist At Toothworks, we encourage you to bring your child in for their first dental check up by the time they are one and definitely before they are three. It is no big secret that many people are afraid of dentists. Some of these people are full grown adults. That being s ...Read More

  • Good Dental Care Habits

    Good Dental Care Habits Your dentist is your lifelong partner when it comes to your dental health. It is important to remember that you need to do your part at home on a regular basis to keep periodontal disease away. Regular home care should of course include daily brushing and flossing. Brushing s ...Read More