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Traditional Braces or Invisalign: Which Should You Choose This Summer?

June 4, 2020

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Girl with Invisalign in Prince Albert

This summer is the perfect time to get started on achieving the smile you’ve always wanted. But it’s difficult to know what the best route is to take. You know that both traditional metal braces and Invisalign can transform smiles beautifully, but which one is right for you? Continue reading to learn more about both options so you can make the best decision for your individual smile.


Why Is My Dentist Asking Me to Rinse Before My Appointment?

May 18, 2020

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Dentist pouring antimicrobial mouthwash as dental patient safety protocol COVID-19

As your Prince Albert dentist reopens, keeping you safe from COVID-19 is their top priority. Numerous steps have been added to their normal infection control protocols to safeguard your health and prevent the spread of germs during your dental treatment. One of these new precautions is to rinse with an antimicrobial mouthwash before care is administered. Can a mouthwash help keep you and your dentist safe from the coronavirus? Here’s what you need to know about this new step in dental patient safety during COVID-19.


What to Do if Your Dental Crown Breaks or Falls Off

April 16, 2020

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Woman covers her mouth after her dental crown breaks

Dental crowns are a versatile way to fix a variety of dental issues, including everything from strengthening a weakened tooth, holding together broken enamel, and covering up unsightly cosmetic flaws. These durable, tooth-shaped caps are designed to stay firmly in place for up to 15 years, but that doesn’t always happen. Bad oral health habits and everyday accidents can suddenly damage your dental crown and expose the vulnerable tooth underneath. Here’s a step-by-step guide from your Prince Albert dentist to keep your smile safe if your dental crown breaks or falls off.


Did You Know There’s More Than One Way to Straighten Your Teeth?

January 25, 2020

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attractive woman smiling holding Invisalign trayWith the new year here, are you feeling an itch to fix your teeth and create a gorgeous new smile? If so, then there’s great news; you have a few options to help you achieve the look you’ve always wanted. As you continue reading, you’ll learn about three possible avenues: traditional orthodontics, Invisalign in Prince Albert and porcelain veneers. By choosing one of these options, you can enjoy a brand-new appearance and heightened confidence!


Farewell to Dr. Jenna Gogolinski

January 17, 2020

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We would like to congratulate Dr. Jenna on her recent transition to a full-time hospital-based dental practice. For the past 8 plus years, she has been Chief of Dentistry at the Victoria Union Hospital on a part-time basis and will now be full-time in that role. Although we will miss her presence chairside in the office, we look forward to continuing our association as colleagues and with administration through our office.

How Long Does it Take to Get Dentures?

November 4, 2019

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Full denturesAre you missing most or all of your teeth? You are not alone. According to federal figures, more than one million Canadians have no natural teeth.

Fortunately, modern dentistry offers several solutions to fully restore patients’ smiles, including dentures.

A popular and effective tooth replacement solution, here is what you can expect when getting dentures.


Sleep Apnea in Prince Albert: A Matter of Life or Death?

August 20, 2019

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Snoring man with sleep apneaIf your partner or roommate has been complaining that you snore during the night, it could be a lot more dangerous than you think! Snoring is often connected to sleep apnea, a severe disorder where breathing repeatedly stops and restarts during the night. The condition often goes undetected, but if it’s not treated, you could be at a higher risk for a heart attack or another potentially deadly complication. Learn more about why sleep apnea in Prince Albert should be treated immediately.


How Can Sleep Apnea in Prince Albert Weaken Your Immune System?

July 12, 2019

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sick person sitting on couchAre you constantly tired even though you get your recommended eight hours of sleep each night? Do you constantly feel you have some kind of cold? Your immune system can be directly impacted by your sleep apnea in Prince Albert. To keep your body healthy and happy, it’s best to learn how your quality of rest can impact the way it functions. Even though you maintain a nutritious diet and exercise daily, you still find yourself falling ill all the time. It’s beginning to impact your day-to-day life, and it’s keeping you from doing what you love. Read on to learn how your disorder can be putting your immune system in danger. (more…)

An Emergency Dentist in Prince Alberta Sets the Record Straight on Root Canals

May 13, 2019

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woman suffering from tooth pain

Ever hear the old saying, “you can’t judge a book by its cover?’ It’s true. Take root canals for example. They’ve gained a nasty reputation over the years as a painful and often unnecessary procedure. But are these perceptions accurate? One way to find out is to seek the advice of an emergency dentist in Prince Alberta. There’s nothing like a little information to correct a lot of misconceptions.


Find Out When Your Child Should See a Children’s Dentist in Prince Albert

April 1, 2019

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a young girl at the dentistDo you know when your child should see a children’s dentist in Prince Albert? You may think they should abide by the typical schedule you do, but that may not always be the case. There are certain milestones that are clear indicators as to when it’s time for them to visit the dentist chair. If you need some guidance as to when your child should be receiving proper dental care, read on to find out more.


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