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Facts About Xerostomia: Causes & Treatments

Everyone’s mouth feels dry from time to time. However, if this is a long-lasting feeling that does not go away, you may have xerostomia (also known as dry mouth). Xerostomia is a cause for concern as you are more susceptible to develop cavities, gum disease and oral infections. Xerostomia symptoms can range from mild oral […]

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How Your Food Choices Affect Your Oral Health

Proper nutrition is essential to maintain healthy teeth and gums. People are consuming a record amount of sugar with the ready availability of soda, sweetened fruit drinks and other fast foods. Maintaining a balanced diet is quintessential to your oral and overall health. Keep reading to learn more about food for healthy teeth and gums.   Why […]

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Wisdom Teeth Removal in Calgary: FAQ

Wisdom teeth extraction is an experience that many of us go through as teenagers or young adults. The idea of the process is overwhelming for some. The good news is that it doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Your team of Calgary dentists has compiled a few frequently asked questions about wisdom teeth. Keep reading to learn […]

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Dental Care for Children: Start School Smiling

At Canyon Dental in Calgary, providing quality dental care for children and the whole family is a top priority. With that in mind, we’re excited to announce that Canyon Dental is participating in the Alberta Dental Association “Start School Smiling Program”. Start School Smiling is a charity campaign designed to encourage healthy dental care for children, […]

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The Link Between Periodontal Disease and Heart Disease

At our Calgary dental office, our recall and comprehensive exams are designed to ensure optimal oral health. During these exams we check for a number of issues including periodontal disease and oral cancer. Catching early signs of mouth cancer increases the chance of survival and catching periodontal disease early prevents extensive damage to your teeth, gums and even your […]