Everyone wants a bright, straight and healthy smile, but the idea of metal braces can be very discouraging. We want to help you achieve your smile goals with a more discreet and convenient treatment method.
After months and weeks of waiting, we received some good news! As of May 14, 2020, The Alberta Dental Association and College announced that all “Alberta dentists are permitted to return to full provision of services.” Until recently, our team at The Dental Room was only permitted to treat patients with urgent/emergency needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We’re very happy to announce that we will be booking all patient appointments as of June 1, 2020!
Medical imaging of your teeth and gums helps your dentist determine the best treatment for any oral health issues you’re having. They’re necessary to treat pain but also help dentists to get ahead of problems. Now, you have access to a downtown Calgary dental office that performs digital X-rays. These relatively new diagnostic tools offer patients improved effectiveness, lower risks and faster treatment.
No one likes the idea of wearing braces, but that doesn’t mean everyone is happy with their smiles. Fortunately, the braces you might have considered in the past have made way for a new treatment that offers similar results. The Dental Room in downtown Calgary carries Invisalign, a system that adults of any age can use to get the smile they really want.
Most people know it’s important to practice good oral hygiene to keep their teeth healthy, but what about their gums? Gum health is an essential part of good oral and overall health. Fortunately, preventing problems, such as gum disease, is within your control. Here are some practical tips to ensure that your gums stay as healthy as possible.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we all have sweets on the mind. There’s a reason your dentist is always harping on limiting the amount of sugar you consume, though. Overindulging in sweets, particularly those that are sticky or chewy, is the fastest way to promote tooth decay and cause oral health problems. Here are 4 reasons why you should schedule your routine dental cleaning this February.
Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and not only do you want to make sure everything is perfect for that special someone in your life, you might just want to make sure your smile is as bright as possible. Try these key strategies for making sure your smile is as bright as you can make it this Valentine’s Day.
Taking care of your teeth and gums is essential to maintaining good overall health for a lifetime. An important part of keeping your mouth in great shape is protecting your teeth’s enamel and preventing dental erosion. Enamel is the hard substance that protects the outside of your teeth. Once your enamel is damaged, your oral health is put at risk. Here’s how you can recognize and prevent dental erosion from occurring.
The start of a new year is a great time to make goals to improve your career, relationships, and lifestyle. Why not make your oral health part of your New Year’s resolution? Good oral hygiene habits are an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle for years to come. Here are 3 practical tips to help you make your smile a priority in 2020 and make this your healthiest year yet.