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Dental Health Resources

Flossing: Is It Really Necessary?

Brushing your teeth at least two times per day and flossing once a day is the cornerstone of good dental hygiene. Our Windsor dentists are here to tell you how important flossing really is.

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The Most Common Cause of Gum Disease

Gum disease is usually caused by poor oral hygiene, and our Windsor dentists discuss how to prevent it and what can be done to treat it.

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What are the components of a good brushing and flossing routine?

Bleeding gums can be a sign of dental health complications, many of which are quite severe and require immediate attention. Here, the Windsor dentists from Eastside Dental explain how to prevent and treat bleeding gums, and provide guidance on when there is cause for more serious concern.

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Dental Crowns & Bridges for Missing Teeth

Here, our Windsor dentists help to explain the difference and what you can expect from your tooth replacement.

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Your Child’s First Dental Cleaning: What to Expect

According to our Windsor dentists, here is what you may anticipate from your child's first dental cleaning.

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Recovering from a Dental Crown Procedure

Are you scheduled to have a crown placed and find yourself wondering what to expect from the recovery process? Today, our Windsor dentists describe what you can expect during your recovery from a dental crown procedure.

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Brushing vs Flossing: Which Comes First

Many people know on a basic level that brushing and flossing are recommended by dentists as part of a good oral hygiene routine. Some patients however are unclear on the finer details, like what order they should be done in or if one is more important than the other. Today, our Windsor dentists talk about brushing and flossing in detail.

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Types of Dental Cleanings

Understanding the different types of dental cleanings can help you communicate effectively with your dentist and keep your oral health in shape. Our Windsor dentists explain how each cleaning works.

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The difference between dental implants and dental bridges

If you're missing one or more teeth, dental bridges, and implants are two options to consider. Our dentists in Windsor can help determine which treatment is best for your oral health needs. Both options are fixed tooth replacements.

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The Dental Bridge Procedure

Our Windsor dentists use dental bridges to replace missing teeth. Here, our dentists explain what a dental bridge is and what the procedure entails.

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