Oshawa Family Dentistry: Pediatric, Adult & Senior
Good dental care is an essential part of maintaining your good health. Everyone, from children all the way through to seniors should make an effort to maintain good oral health and see their family dentist at least twice a year.
It is important to begin helping children develop a regular dental care routine from an early age. There are tiny toothbrushes and special toothpastes developed especially for children 18 months and up, so it’s a good idea to get them used to brushing even as toddlers.
In terms of dental visits, at Harmony Dental Care, we usually recommend a visit at around age 3. We make a special effort to infuse their visits with fun, so that they won’t associate visiting the dentist with something scary or unpleasant.
Although teenagers tend to take their oral health for granted, it’s important for them to receive dental care on a regular basis, to help prevent any problems that could develop when they become adults.
Did you know that lines in your face and the graying of your hair aren’t the only telltale signs of getting older? Your teeth can also begin to show signs of age. In addition to standard dental treatments, many adults may wish to consider certain cosmetic procedures. Talk to our cosmetic dentistry specialists about what Harmony dental Care can do to help you reverse the signs of aging.
Older adults face their own special issues where dental health is concerned. Certain illnesses and medications can have an impact on the health of your teeth and gums, while denture-wearers should also have regular checkups to ensure gum health.
No matter what your age, it’s very important to maintain a healthy dental care routine. Keep your mouth in good shape through proper nutrition, brushing and flossing, and also, don’t forget to visit your dentist on a regular basis. To schedule an appointment with Harmony Dental Care, to for more information, please contact us, today.
General Dentistry Services
- Broken Tooth
- Checkup and Cleaning
- Dental Emergency
- Dental Sealants
- Extractions/Wisdom Teeth Removal
- Gum Disease
- Nitrous Oxide Sedation
- Pediatric Dentistry
- Periodontal Therapy
- Root Canal Therapy
- Sedation Dentistry
- Teeth Grinding
- Tooth Desensitization