Norwood Dental Blog

Are Dental X-rays Safe?

As part of regular dental care, X-rays are often a necessity. That said, some people have concerns about their safety. Our dentists in Winnipeg explain why dental X-rays are safe and why they are sometimes used in dentistry. 

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What is puberty gingivitis?

A preventable form of gingivitis can develop in children during puberty. Today, our Winnipeg dentists explain what causes it and how to prevent it. 

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Laser Treatment For Periodontal Disease

Are your gums starting to bleed when you brush or floss? This is a common symptom of gum disease, also known as periodontal disease. Not to worry - our dentists in Winnipeg are here to help.

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How do I get my toddler to brush their teeth?

Trying to get your kids to eat their vegetables and brush their teeth - both of these tasks can be tricky. However, it's critical for them to form good oral hygiene habits in their youth. Our [SITEIWDE][LOCATION] dentists offer some tips in this post. 

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How Are Dental Laser Used For Teeth Whitening

Looking into whitening your teeth? You've probably noticed there are numerous options out there. Our dentists in Winnipeg can explain how lasers can be used to whiten your teeth.

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When to Start Brushing Your Baby's Teeth

When it comes to children's healthy oral development and the health of the entire body, baby teeth are essential. That's why it's so important to brush them. Our Winnipeg dentists explain today.

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Laser Dental Treatments, Purposes & Myths

For more than 25 years, laser dental treatments have been used to perform many dental procedures. Today, our dentists in Winnipeg explain how they work and why they would be used. 

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When should I start flossing my children's teeth?

If you've been wondering whether or not it's time to start flossing your children's teeth, look no further. We get asked this question a lot, so we decided to document this answer for our readers.

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