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Preventative Dental Care, Tips for family dental care 2015

5 Preventative Dental Care Tips for Families in 2015

2015 has arrived and with it a slew of New Year resolutions. Among the most popular of well-intended declarations is to take better care of one’s dental health. For typical Vancouver family household this resolution is one that may sweep across to include parents, toddlers, preschoolers, adolescents and teens alike. Thus, in the spirit of the […]

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Why Go to the Dentist? We’ve Got a Few Good Reasons!

Regular visits to your dentist at Alma Dental Centre, your UBC dentist, are incredibly important for both your oral health and your general health. Why go to the dentist? Poor oral health has been linked to poor general health, so come in for an appointment in Vancouver near UBC and get a great smile and something to […]

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Bad Breath? Freshen Up with These Quick Tips from Your Dentist

Whether you’re in a business meeting or a lunch date, halitosis or bad breath can ruin your whole day and your fabulous first impression. However, with these tips from your dentist at Alma Dental Centre, UBC dentist, you can quickly fix your bad breath and get back to business – social or professional. Reach for […]

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Receding Gums 101: What Are Receding Gums?

One of the most common questions asked to dental professionals is: “what are receding gums?”. In simple terms, receding gums are a result of gum disease — causing your gums to have a “receding” appearance. What causes receding gums? Typically, gum disease plays the largest role in causing receding gums. In simple terms, bacteria that enters […]

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Are you Brushing Your Teeth Properly? Learn How!

Knowing how to brush your teeth properly is important so you can avoid conditions such as gingivitis and tooth decay. Bad brushing technique can lead to tooth abrasion, which wears away the surface of the tooth. Because gum tissue is so delicate, it can be damaged from the bristles on your toothbrush and lead to […]

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