If you don’t have a dentist or haven’t visited a dentist in some years, we understand there might be hesitation or anxiety about booking an appointment with us. Regular checkups are the only way to prevent disease, decay, and infection from having a detrimental, costly, and potentially life-threatening effect on your oral health. We want
Our teeth can sustain damage from more than just bad dental hygiene habits or too much candy––even some of our healthy habits can actually contribute to enamel damage. In this blog, we explore some myths around oral hygiene and how some of our habits might be doing more harm than good.
At Acadia Dental, we often notice that patients aren’t visiting the dentist regularly enough. This irregularity and infrequency of dental checkups often correlate with increased costs to repair damaged teeth. The best way to maintain your oral health is to regularly visit your dentist. Let us explain why.
What are invisible aligners ? Invisible aligners such as Invisalign are an alternative to metal braces for anyone who is interested in straightening their smile. They consist of a set of transparent and removable moulds that work to correct the alignment of teeth gradually over time. While they may not replace the effectiveness of metal
The effect of sugar on your oral health The human mouth is host to a variety of bacteria, whose populations fluctuate based largely on your diet and oral health care habits. The key to optimal oral health is maintaining a healthy balance of these bacteria. When you expose your teeth and gums to sugary food
Very few things are more attractive than a sparkling, white smile. Beautiful teeth can brighten up a face and make someone noticeable from across a room. However, not all of us were born with sparkling, white chompers. This doesn’t mean that everyone can’t have pearly whites. There are a number of ways that a person