Southeast Dental - Dentist in Markham, ON
Address : 70 Karachi Dr, Markham ON L3S 0B5
Call Us : 905-471-2002
On behalf of the entire team at Southeast Dental we sincerely hope that you and your family are in good health. We are happy to inform you that we are now able to provide dental care once again.
While many things have changed over the last few months, one thing has remained the same: our commitment to your health and safety. Our office has always followed strict infection control standards and in order to keep us all protected during this pandemic and in the future, we have updated our protocols. When we see you at your next appointment, things will be a little different but rest assured, it’s all in the best interest of our staff, patients and families. Click here to see how your next visit will look.
We look forward to seeing you again soon. Please call or text us at 905-471-2002 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your next appointment.
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Spring is here, and that means spring cleaning! And while you’re at it, why not spring clean your teeth? It’s a great time re-vamp your oral hygiene routine and keep that smile healthy for the upcoming warm months. Here are a few things you can do:
It’s fairly common to experience bleeding gums every once in awhile, especially while flossing. If this has happened to you, you may be wondering what may be causing it – and how to prevent and treat it.
Here we’ve listed some of the common reasons for bleeding gums, and what to do about them.
The most important tool in any dental care arsenal, the toothbrush is a tooth cleaning staple. Since it’s something we use multiple times per day, it’s a good idea to make sure we’re using the right one for our particular dental needs, and taking care of it so it can do its job most effectively.
It can be completely natural to get anxiety before a dental appointment, for children and adults alike. Whether it’s a fear of learning you’ll require a dental procedure, or just a general fear of the offices and tools themselves, it’s very common and happens to many people.
Everyone has experienced it – breath that makes you want to keep your mouth covered and avoid talking to other people. It’s very common, and there are many ways to deal with it, whether it’s an occasional issue or a serious problem. But have you ever wondered what actually causes the bad breath you hope to avoid? These are some of the usual causes of the bad breath that everyone experiences.
With Halloween just around the corner, kids are already getting excited to go Trick or Treating: the costumes, the celebration, and, of course, all the candy. To make sure that your kids get to enjoy Halloween without negatively affecting their dental health, here are a few tips to make the holiday a great one:
We pay a lot of attention to how clean our teeth are each day – we brush, we floss, and make sure they’re looking their best. But dental health is about more than just teeth; the whole mouth is important, and that includes our tongues. There are a few ways to ensure that your tongue is clean and healthy, that can be easily incorporated into your daily routine.
Getting your kids ready in the morning can be a challenge, especially since most children aren’t likely to want to brush their teeth, get dressed, or go to school. (Can you blame them?) The same is likely true for nighttime routines – to a tired child, cleaning their teeth certainly doesn’t sound very fun.
But these daily routines are important, especially when it comes to dental health. Brushing every morning and night, flossing, and generally caring for their teeth is imperative as they grow. But if you find that you’re having a hard time getting your kids to stick to their dental routines, we have a few tips that just might make it a little less of a struggle.
If you suffer from sensitive teeth, there could be an underlying problem that is causing it, especially if it’s extremely painful. One potential cause is gum recession, or gingival recession – this means that the gums have pulled away from the teeth, exposing the nerves and causing pain.