Can Tooth Enamel be Restored?

By Sunset Dental on March 28th, 2018

According to the Canadian Dental Association, there are a significant number of Canadians who suffer from enamel erosion. Because enamel plays a vital role in protecting your teeth from decay, it’s best to do everything that you can to prevent your enamel from eroding. What is tooth enamel? Enamel is a mineral that acts as Read More…

How Does Nutrition Affect Dental Health?

By Sunset Dental on March 25th, 2018

Did you know that healthy teeth is linked to a balanced diet and eating healthy? As much as brushing consistently, flossing and rinsing is important, what you eat can have a significant impact on your oral health. By getting rid of unhealthy food from your diet and visiting the dentist regularly, you’re drastically increasing your Read More…

How Does Dental Scaling and Root Planing Help Prevent Gum Disease

By Sunset Dental on March 18th, 2018

According to the Canadian Dental Association, 70 per cent of the Canadian population will develop gum disease at some point in their life. Gum disease occurs when your gum line becomes inflamed with bacteria (caused by plaque and tartar build up) that can spread to the bones that surround and support your teeth. There are three Read More…

Five Tips for Prevention And Treatment of Toothaches

By Sunset Dental on March 12th, 2018

Toothaches can create a mouthful of pain for anyone dealing with dental problems. Tooth decay is the main reason why toothaches occur, however other reasons include: infection, gum disease, an abnormal bite, and teeth grinding. Below are some tips to not only prevent but to also provide relief if you have encountered tooth pain. Floss Read More…