Our Lorne Park Dental team has compiled a collection of some of our favourite dental videos, covering topics from A to Z. Happy viewing as you check them out here:
How do you choose a toothpaste? Have you purchased the same one for years? Do you buy what's on sale? Does someone else in your household make the choice for you? Not all toothpastes are alike. Selecting a toothpaste based on your specific needs can lead to a healthier mouth and a brighter smile.
Do you know the effects of cannabis use on the mouth and the implications for dental visits? The legalization of recreational cannabis on October 17, 2018, has prompted us to share this information here.
We are pleased to now have a Panoramic Dental X-ray machine in our Lorne Park Dental Associates' office in Mississauga. This specialized unit allows us to capture one image of an entire mouth. It is helpful to our dentists as they diagnose and monitor dental issues or plan needed treatment for our patients.
Murphy the Molar is a dental mascot created in the 1970's by Dr. Samuel M. Green, the Dental Director in the Ontario Department of Health, at the time. The lovable character was the face of a program to promote better dental health in school children throughout the 1970's and 1980's. Murphy was featured in videos, commercials and on buttons and school dental screening report cards.
Detecting and treating early cracks in teeth will help keep teeth strong and stable for a lifetime. For a stronger and healthier smile, learn here about Cracked Tooth Syndrome.
Dental Hygienists are an educated and skilled group of regulated health professionals who focus primarily on oral health and disease prevention. Your Lorne Park Dental team of dental hygienists works incredibly hard for a healthier you! The mouth is the gateway to the body and dental hygienists know that oral health leads to better total health!
A healthy mouth reflects a healthy body. On this World Oral Health Day, our Lorne Park Dental team encourages you to "Think Mouth, Think Health." We care about the whole person, not just the mouth!
Parents know what a challenge it is to get a child to brush well for two minutes/twice a day! Some of our young patients in our family dental practice in Mississauga have become better brushers by using tooth brushing Apps. Learn here about an App that a number of our star patients love.