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Why Wear dental Sports Guard When Playing Sports

Posted by braydondentalcare | May 18, 2018


  There are several reasons it is important to wear dental sports guard Brampton. What is a sports guard A sports guard is the same as a mouth guard it is protection for your teeth and soft tissue of your mouth that fits over the…

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Steps of the dental crown procedure in Brampton

Posted by braydondentalcare | May 14, 2018


The dental crowns procedure Brampton requires two visits to the dentist. Here are the following procedures: The first visit: On your first visit you will be given an anesthetic, have your tooth shaped, an impression of that tooth made, and a temporary crown put in place. The second visit: When the crown arrives at the dentist, you will return to the office, and the dentist will adhere the crown to…

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How Do I Make My Kids Less Afraid of the Dentist?

Posted by braydondentalcare | April 17, 2018


  It’s common for children to be afraid of the dentist. Still, with a little effort, you can show your child that there’s no reason to be afraid.  The Brampton pediatric dentist has been trained to deal with kids who have anxieties and fears about…

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What Should You Expect When Getting a Dental Filling in Brampton?

Posted by braydondentalcare | April 15, 2018


An annual or biannual trip to the dentist is typically a quick and relatively painless procedure. However, an annual dental cleaning or checkup can quickly go south when the dentist tells you that you need a dental filling.   Although dental fillings might seem like a scary procedure, they are a simple and fairly straightforward procedure for any experienced and professional Brampton dentist. So, if your dentist recently told you…

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How Necessary Are Dental Sealants in Brampton?

Posted by braydondentalcare | April 12, 2018


Many dental patients wonder if dental sealants are necessary. Dental sealants are designed to prevent tooth decay. They are applied on potentially problematic teeth, such as the rear molars in the back of the mouth, typically where food deposits accumulate, causing decay.   So, are…

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