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5 Common Myths About Flossing

Here, our Richmond Hill dentists explain why flossing is so important and why you should not skip it by debunking common myths.

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Do's and Don'ts After Dental Fillings

If you’ve got a cavity, having a dental filling placed by your dentist is a necessary procedure. There are a few tips that can make the time immediately following the filling a bit easier. Our Richmond Hill dentists offer some advice about what you should and should not do after a filling.

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How To Tell If You Need a Dental Filling

How To Tell If You Need a Dental Filling

If you have a cavity, it's likely you'll need a dental filling to restore your tooth, and you have a number of options that can get the job done. Today, our Richmond Hill dentists explain why you'd need a tooth filling, and describe different types of fillings to consider. 

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What is a good brushing and flossing routine?

What is a good brushing and flossing routine?

Brushing and flossing are important parts of maintaining your oral hygiene, but there are other essential elements as well. To help keep your teeth and gums disease-free, follow the steps outlined by our Richmond Hill dentists below.

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Is flossing really necessary?

Is flossing really necessary?

Our Richmond Hill dentists recommend brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing once a day. Some patients choose to skip flossing for a number of reasons, but today our team explains why flossing is important and why you shouldn't ignore it.

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How to Maintain Good Oral Hygiene

How to Maintain Good Oral Hygiene

Caring for your teeth and gums is important for your oral hygiene and your overall health. Here, our Richmond Hill dentists share 10 tips for keeping your smile happy and healthy for years to come.

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Poor Nutrition: A Cause of Bad Oral Health

Poor Nutrition: A Cause of Bad Oral Health

Did you know that poor nutrition can have a negative effect on your oral health? Today, our Richmond Hill dentists further explain the link between nutrition and a healthy smile. 

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How to Keep Your Braces Clean At Home

How to Keep Your Braces Clean At Home

Did you know if you're wearing braces you are more likely to develop a build-up of plaque that could lead to cavities? In this post, our Richmond Hill dentists offer some tips and advice on how to keep your braces clean. 

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How Gender Impacts Dental Health

How Gender Impacts Dental Health

Hormonal changes can have an effect on your oral health, and this is especially true for people that are assigned female at birth (AFAB). Here, our Richmond Hill dentists explain more. 

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5 Health Problems that Can be Found During Dental Exams

5 Health Problems that Can be Found During Dental Exams

We know that dental exams are important for oral health, but dentists are often the first health professionals to spot other, potentially serious, health conditions as well. Here are a few of the health issues our Richmond Hill dentists might notice. 

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Our dentists at Arenson Dental & Associates are now accepting new patients. Contact us today and take the first steps to obtain better oral health outcomes.

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