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Here, our Corner Brook dentists and team share helpful resources, tips and advice for your dental health.

The Most Common Cause of Gum Disease

Among Canadian adults, gum disease is a very common issue as a result of poor dental hygiene. Here, our Corner Brook dentists discuss how to prevent gum disease and how it can be treated.

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Can Children Get Gum Disease?

Gum disease is fairly common among Canadian adults as a result of poor dental hygiene, however, not everyone knows that children can also develop gum disease fairly easily. Here, our Corner Brook dentists explain how gum disease occurs in children and how it can be prevented.

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Dental Crowns & Bridges for Missing Teeth

Your dentist may recommend dental crowns or bridges to replace missing teeth. Our Corner Brook dentists are here to discuss the differences between dental crowns and bridges and what you can expect from your tooth replacement.

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Gum Disease & Gum Care: Information, Prevention & Care

Gum disease can heavily impact your oral health as well as your overall wellbeing. Here, our Corner Brook dentists explain how to prevent periodontitis and improve your gum health.

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What are the benefits of a dental bridge?

If you have one or missing teeth, you may be considering the benefits of tooth replacement options. Here, our Corner Brook dentists discuss some of the pros and cons of replacing missing teeth with dental bridges, compared to those of dental implants and dentures.

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Types of Dental Fillings

If you need to go to a dentist to have a cavity filled, there are a few different materials that can be used. Some common filling materials are amalgam, gold, porcelain, and composite. Our Corner Brook dentists explain the differences between the types of dental fillings to help you decide what might be best for you.

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