It’s Time to go Back to Your Dentist in London Ontario

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March and April of 2020 dental services fell through the floor by 75 – 79% each month.  The restrictions that were placed on dental clinics led to more severe dental issues, the …

Great Oral Health and Your Risk of Alzheimer’s Disease

The connection between poor dental health and worsening Alzheimer’s conditions is relatively new information with enormous benefits.  Whether you’ve ever known someone with a form of dementia or not this blog is for you.  The risk of cognitive impairments later in …

A Mind Blowing Treatment For Your Gum Disease?

Multiverse shattering information was recently released for those suffering from periodontal disease.  Studies performed with mice where the blocking function of a blood-clotting protein called ‘fibrin’ was regulated showed great results for preventing bone loss, inflammatory disorders, arthritis, and sclerosis!  …

3 Dental Hygiene Tips to Keep Your Mouth Healthy!

Ever since the pandemic began seeing a dentist has become more complicated due to there being fewer available appointments, longer wait times, and provincial guidelines for dental clinics.     If you haven’t seen your dentist for a while it’s even more …

Why does Gum Disease lead to Premature Babies?

Did you know that pregnant women that suffer from gum disease are increasingly likely to give birth to low-weight preterm babies?  According to research from the University of Sydney, even mild gingivitis can cause a premature pregnancy. This news is even …

COVID-19’s Impact on your Teeth Grinding in 2022!

Even before Covid-19 teeth grinding was a serious concern that continues to worsen every day.  Almost, everyone occasionally grinds their teeth at night, but when it becomes a part of your regular sleep routine it can cause severe damage to your …

11 Tips to Improve your Oral Health in 2022!

Our teeth are a living part of our body and like you’d read to keep your mind strong or go to the gym to keep your body strong you should improve your oral health to keep your teeth strong.  With …

Why Obesity Increases the risk of Gum Disease!

Raise your hand if you’ve had bad breath, red or swollen gums, painful chewing, tender/receding gums, sensitive teeth, shifting teeth, or issues with your bite?  Don’t be alarmed but these are signs of gum disease and even if you don’t …

Healthy Nutrition & Your Oral Health

Winter is the worst time of the year for making poor nutrition decisions because people tend to indulge in sweets and leave the house less to pick up fresh and healthy food alternatives due to freezing temperatures and road conditions.   A balanced and nutritious diet is …

Baby Teeth can Indicate Mental Health Disorders

Did you know that according to Anxiety Canada 20% of children struggle with anxiety?   Although a minor mental health and dental concern, it often goes unnoticed as these kids are often well behaved or are labeled with an attention deficit disorder.  …