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Understanding your options is important when it comes to dental care, provided is an article about periodontal disease and how sleep dentistry can help. http://www.asleepfordentistry.com/periodontics.html

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Even for Cases of Periodontal Disease, Sleep Dentistry is Your Friend!
About 80% of Canadians will experience Periodontal Disease, or Gum Disease, at some point in their lives. This risky oral condition usually begins when there is a substantial build up of plaque in a patient's mouth, and will advance if neglected professional treatment. Luckily, Sleep Dentistry allows dentists to treat patients with significant gum disease with ease!

Asleep for Dentistry's Dr. Toong is a trained Burlington Dentist and Certified Specialist in Dental Anaesthesia. His expertise in the field of Sleep Dentistry makes him an excellent choice above other dental practices without a specialist of his kind. He treats many patients with mild to severe cases of periodontal disease on a daily basis.

Learn more:  http://www.asleepfordentistry.com/blog/sleep-dentistry-periodontal.html
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Everyone benefits from a complete oral health care routine. Dental flossing is as important to healthy teeth and gums, as daily, regular and routine brushing. Flossing can be even more so important, as it helps reduce plaque build up above the gum line which is imperative if you would like to have a healthy smile for a lifetime. It's important to floss, the teeth you want to keep.
Maintaining a clean, healthy mouth promotes your overall health and well being, making preventative dentistry a very necessary and beneficial practice for good health. We all know patients, look forward to having a dental check up with a report of no cavities. Old and young alike. Read our write up on preventative dentistry: Adequately Taking Care of your Mouth:
http://www.asleepfordentistry.com/blog/preventative-dentistry.html

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Sleep dentistry or sedation services offered for Root Canal treatments, Endodontic Dentistry:  Root Canal Treatments... Are not so scary when you realize they help preserve the life time of a tooth.
There is nothing like your natural teeth—root canal treatment is an effective way to save a tooth in trouble! Don't be scared toothless! We're here to help!

http://www.asleepfordentistry.com/endodontics.html

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The Chain Reaction of Tooth Loss:
A smile is a beautiful thing. When we think of loosing a tooth, we usually think of the aesthetic impact of how it will affect our smile and our appearance. However, when it comes to losing a tooth, there are many other complications that go beyond the unsightly gap.
The bone in your jaws actually requires a tooth attached to it, to stimulate it and keep it healthy. As your teeth continuously touch each other, it triggers the periodontal ligaments (‘peri' – around; ‘odont' – tooth) which then prompts the bone to continuously rebuild. This is one of the ways the bone in the jaw maintains its form and density. If there is a missing tooth, it means the bone is not getting what it requires to keep rebuilding resulting in bone loss. A loss of a tooth can actually decrease the width of a bone by 25% in just one year!
Learn more from our article: http://www.asleepfordentistry.com/blog/chain-reaction-of-tooth-loss.html
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Regular oral health care and management includes taking care of your gum health. Daily routine brushing and flossing doesn’t always get the bacteria that can become trapped above the gum line. When your gums feel tender or puffy, the reason may very well be related to your gums, and not necessarily to your teeth. Part of a regular dental check up includes x-rays and when necessary additional equipment can be used to examine gum length, pockets in the tissues and periodontal health. Periodontal disease can manifest when preventative care, routine care at home is not done well and a lack of dental treatment has been provided to care for receding gum tissue.
How does Periodontal Disease Develop?
Predominantly, plaque is the cause of gum disease. However, other aspects can contribute to periodontal disease. These include hormonal changes, illnesses such as cancer, HIV or diabetes, medications, bad habits such as smoking, poor oral hygiene habits, or family history of dental disease. 

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Children's dentistry tip: When a child looks forward to going to the dentist, it becomes a positive experience. Some of the most panicked children are those who have no idea they had a dental appointment! Be honest with your child. And remember, keep it positive. Parent's with dental anxieties can easily transfer those over to their children. Keep it light and fun and they will end up looking forward to the experience.

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Don't let dental pain get the best of you. Contact Asleep for Dentistry for a consultation.  We build lifetime relationships that support right oral health care for families.

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We often get asked "how often do I need my teeth cleaned"... it comes down to maintenance. The more often a patient, rinses, brushes and flosses, the less often you need to come in for dental scaling to keep your gums healthy!
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Making dentistry comfortable with care and compassion, and when necessary sedation or sleep. http://www.asleepfordentistry.com
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