Bad Breath? Here’s Why

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is an unpleasant odour originating from the mouth. It can occur as a temporary or chronic problem in different people. Specific foods, bad habits, and various health conditions all cause this condition. It’s not easy to ignore halitosis because it causes embarrassment, and in some cases, leads to social […]

Foods That Cause Mouth Ulcers

Mouth ulcers are common and mostly harmless sores that occur inside the mouth. However, anyone who’s had one knows how unpleasant they are. There are many things that cause these painful sores. Anxiety, stress, biting the inside of your cheek, and smoking are some typical reasons why you develop canker sores. What you eat is […]

What To Do If Your Braces Break

For many people, getting braces is a rite of passage during their teenage years. Dentists and orthodontists typically prescribe braces as a way to straighten teeth, close any gaps, or realign the jaw. (This is otherwise known as ‘correcting the bite,’ ensuring your top and bottom teeth meet up when your mouth is closed). As […]

How to Avoid Mouth Ulcers

Before we jump into how to avoid mouth ulcers, you need to understand what they are. There are different types of mouth ulcers; consequently, understanding which ones you’re suffering from will help you seek proper treatment. If you’re affected by mouth ulcers due to genetics, there are ways to prevent them that we’ll cover here. […]

What Are Dental Abscesses?

If you’ve had a dental procedure such as a root canal lately, your dentist may have warned you to avoid certain activities to prevent an abscessed tooth. Or, you might already be experiencing pain and swelling of the gums—symptoms which could be signs of an abscess. But what are dental abscesses? Here, we explain the […]

We are pleased to WELCOME YOU BACK! We are practicing SAFE DENTISTRY!

Rest assured that we have taken steps above what was required. After all, your health is our highest priority. We are finally OPEN and look forward to seeing you again soon!


  • When we speak with you regarding your appointment, we will be asking you additional screening questions. Patients who exhibit any symptoms will need to postpone their treatment.
  • When you arrive to your appointment, please wait in your car until your appointment time and bring as little as possible into the office with you.
  • If you have a mask or face covering, we encourage you to wear one to your appointment.
  • We will ask that you sanitize/wash your hands with soap and water upon entering the office and before leaving.
  • There will be a consent form for patients to sign upon arrival and we want you to know that the guidelines in place currently have staff member signing off on a daily consent that ensures they are ready and prepared to provide treatment in the safest possible way.

We want to assure everyone that our office takes the safety and health of our patients, their families, team members and doctors very seriously. Although our operations will be slightly different today than they were previously, we are excited to finally welcome you all back in a slow and safe manner.

Thank you for your patience and understanding during this time of transition to the new normal.

Your Dental Team