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At Oxford Dental, we want you to have the best smile possible. Read this blog for tips on how to properly care for your teeth, gums and even your toothbrush. Contact our Edmonton office with questions or to schedule your next appointment.

Frequently Asked Questions About Teeth Whitening

Frequently Asked Questions About Teeth Whitening

Teeth whitening is easily one of the most popular cosmetic dentistry treatments in North Edmonton. Almost everyone wishes that their smile was at least a few shades lighter, especially if they frequently consume staining foods and drinks such as coffee, tea, wine, soy...

Taking the Fear out of Common Dental Phobias

Taking the Fear out of Common Dental Phobias

It is not uncommon for people to be afraid of the dentist. Like most fears, worries about visiting the dentist are based on myths. It is helpful to be examined and treated by a dentist you trust who has an office in your locale, is sympathetic, and has experience...

Dental Crowns or Veneers: Which is Right for Me?

Dental Crowns or Veneers: Which is Right for Me?

Cosmetic dentistry has expanded over the past few years and now offers patients more options for perfecting their smile. If you are exploring your options, you may have stumbled across veneers and crowns, but how do you know which is right for your teeth? Each have...

Understanding and Overcoming Your Dry Mouth

Understanding and Overcoming Your Dry Mouth

Oral healthcare problems and discomfort can be extremely irritating. Your mouth is used frequently for communication, eating and expression throughout your day. This means that any issues are quickly noticeable and can disrupt your regular routine. Dry mouth is a...

How to Care for Your Toothbrush

How to Care for Your Toothbrush

Many people take their toothbrushes for granted. It is a fairly straightforward tool that plays an important role in keeping our teeth clean and our breath smelling fresh each and every day. For your toothbrush to do its job properly though, you need to care for it...

Patient Education

Patient Education and Tips from Your North Edmonton DentistBrushing Your Teeth Brushing should be done at least twice a day, and may be done after every meal. That being said, after eating or drinking anything acidic, it is important to wait at least an hour before...