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What is a Crown Bridge?

Bridges fill the space left by a missing tooth or teeth. They are sometimes called crown bridges because the bridge is held in place with a crown on either side of the gap. If you are missing teeth, a crown bridge in Oshawa might be right for you. How Does a Crown Bridge Work? The bridge in a crown bridge is made of false teeth. These false teeth are  called…

Posted by Harmony Dental Care, January 30, 2018

How To Check Your Tongue for Common Problems

When you go to the dentist, they will take a close look at your tongue to make sure it's healthy and doesn't have any obvious problems. For the health of your tongue, having a dentist do this is one of the best things you can do. If you're worried about your tongue, you can also do regular checks on yourself and catch problems early. Checking Tongue Health Here are some…

Posted by Harmony Dental Care, January 29, 2018

Could Sedation Dentistry in Oshawa be Right for You?

One of the most common phobias is fear of dentists.. Often, this is due to a bad experience in their past. In other cases, anxiety over going to the dentist stems for the strange noises, an unfamiliar setting, or a fear of pain. In many of these situations, sedation dentistry in Oshawa can help. What Is Sedation Dentistry? With sedation dentistry, you will feel calm and relaxed in the dentist…

Posted by Harmony Dental Care, January 23, 2018

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What Should I Do if I Have a Toothache?

Toothaches are no fun and can be extremely painful. Toothaches can also be a sign of serious dental problems. If left untreated, the issue…

Posted by Harmony Dental Care, April 13, 2018

What Is the Best Way to Treat an Abscessed Tooth?

An abscess tooth is caused by a deep bacterial infection. If you suspect you have an abscessed tooth, it needs to be treated right…

Posted by Harmony Dental Care, April 10, 2018

How can I Keep a Healthy Smile in Between Checkups?

If you’ve ever been to an Oshawa dental checkup you know that regular checkups and cleanings are crucial to your dental health. But how do you…

Posted by Harmony Dental Care, April 2, 2018