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July 25, 2016
Dental implants in Toronto are now the go to solution to permanently replace missing teeth. Dental implants can be used to treat a number of conditions that have resulted in missing teeth, such as tooth loss from a severely cracked tooth or an extraction due to deep decay. No matter the cause of your missing teeth, we are able to restore your smile and oral health using dental implants. As dentists in Toronto who enjoy restoring implants, we can help you to regain a beautiful complete smile.
June 29, 2016
If you’ve lived with one or more missing teeth, you understand the implications it can have on your daily life. Chewing and eating the foods you normally enjoy becomes more challenging, which causes your diet and nutrition to suffer. Laughing, talking and smiling in front of others may feel embarrassing, which impacts your confidence. Dr. Janet Tamo and Dr. Milene Riccardi have a solution for you! Here’s more information about dental implants at 1881.
May 13, 2016
Whether it’s due to time constraints, cost, or other factors, in our busy and hectic lives sometimes it’s hard to get the care that you need. When it comes to your oral health however, attending your regular dental appointments every six months or twice per year is even more important than ever. This is because both physicians and dentists alike understand that your oral health is linked to your overall health and well being. Your dentist in Toronto wants you to know that better oral health equals better overall health.
September 16, 2015
Following some basic principles can help to ensure that your breath remains fresh. In this blog post, Dr. Tamo of Dentitry@1881 outlines some important factors in keeping your breath fresh. Occasionally, bad breath can be a sign of a more serious condition. So, Dr. Tamo wanted to share with you and her patients these principals to help maintain a healthy mouth and fresh breath.
- TAKE GOOD CARE OF YOUR TEETH!
Bad dental hygiene causes 85% of halitosis. If you don’t clean your mouth thoroughly, the bacteria living in your mouth will metabolize the food particles and create smelly by-products (sulfur smells like rotten eggs!)
Brush for 2 minutes twice a day and floss every day, and don’t forget to scrape or brush the back of the tongue where the bad bacteria collect. (more…)