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If permanent teeth are knocked out, there is an excellent chance that they will survive if they are immediately placed back in the tooth socket and dental health advice is sought straight away. Every minute the tooth is out of the socket, the less chance it has of surviving.

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/knocked-broken-teeth/

#knockedoutteeth #tooth #teeth #dental #dentist #upperbluffsdental #dralanhiutin

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The following video is a great explanation on one of the more common questions we get regarding when and why it is important to first start taking your baby or young infant to visit the dentist.

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/babys-first-trip-dentist/

#dental #dentist #children #babies #child #oralhealth #dentalhygiene #upperbluffsdental #dralanhiutin

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Dental implant technology has advanced incredibly rapidly over the past decade, and has now become one of the most important advances in dentistry in the past century.

There are a variety of different types and styles of implants, as well as numerous special considerations that must be undertaken when working with different types of patients. Once such consideration, is addressing the technicalities involved when working with implants on a patient suffering from Xerostomia, or "Dry Mouth".

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/dental-implants-dry-mouth-patient/

#implants #dentalimplants #drymouth #xerostemia #upperbluffsdental #dralanhiutin #dental #dentist #tooth #teeth

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Do you ever worry that you’re the only one in the room with bad breath? Well, guess again. Nearly 40,000,000 people in the US commonly suffer from bad breath, also known as oral malodor or halitosis. Yet, it is a curable condition that is generally caused by strong foods such as onions or garlic; poor oral health habits; or medical problems such as stomach disorders, an excessive postnasal drip, or bacteria in the mouth. Once you discover the source of the problem, there are a number of ways to keep your mouth free of unpleasant odors.

Learn everything you need to know about bad breath:

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/understanding-eliminating-bad-breath/

#badbreath #oralhealth #upperbluffsdental #dralanhiutin #dental #dentist #halitosis #malodor #tooth #teeth

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With age comes wisdom. Specifically, Wisdom Teeth.

Your mouth goes through many changes in your lifetime. One major dental milestone that usually takes place between the ages of 17 and 21 is the appearance of your third molars. Historically, these teeth have been called Wisdom Teeth because they come through at a more mature age.

When they come through correctly, healthy wisdom teeth can help you chew. It’s normal to feel a little discomfort when your wisdom teeth appear, but if you have pain, see your dentist immediately.

Learn more about Wisdom Teeth, and how to tell if you or your loved ones may have problems with yours: http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/wisdom-teeth/

#wisdomteeth #wisdomtooth #upperbluffsdental #dental #dentist #dralanhiutun #scarboroughdentist #tooth #teeth


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Oral Cancer, and cancer in general is a scary topic for most of us, and one we all hope we never need to address throughout the course of our lifetimes. It is very important however, to know the risk factors and causes of this disease, both genetic and environmental, in order to best protect yourself from it. As with any form of cancer, early diagnosis is key in treatment.

Read more about Oral Cancer, how it is diagnosed, and what lifestyle changes you and your loved ones can make in order to protect yourselves from contracting this health risk:

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/oral-cancer/

#oralcancer #cancer #upperbluffsdental #dental #dentist #dralanhiutin #oralhealth

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Even before your baby was born, little tooth buds were developing under his gums. So when do baby teeth start to appear?

Check out our latest blog post on the complete cycle of children's teeth, from first growth, to the last baby tooth lost. Also read about how to care for your child at each stage in development.

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/children-teeth-cycle/

#babyteeth #baby #dental #dentist #upperbluffsdental #dralanhiutin #childrensdentistry

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Being Diabetic brings with it many responsibilities to maintain good overall health.

Most of us assume that being diabetic just means keeping track of your blood sugar, however Diabetics must also keep close watch over their general oral health. People with Diabetes are more susceptible to gum infections (periodontal disease), and the outcome from such infections can also be far more serious than the average person. Diabetics also have other important considerations when it comes to oral health.

Read our latest blog post to find out all about Diabetes and oral health, and how you, or someone you love with Diabetes can ensure their oral health stays at optimal levels:

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/caring-teeth-diabetes/

#diabetes #diabetic #oralhealth #dental #dentist #upperbluffsdental #scarboroughdentist #dralanhiutin

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Everybody knows the importance of brushing and flossing, not only will it provide good oral and general health, but will save enormous amounts of grief, energy and dollars in dentist visits. What many of us don't know are the optimal methods for brushing and flossing as recommended by dental and health professionals. If you need a quick refresher course on brushing and flossing, or are looking for the perfect instructions to give your kids who are just starting these tasks on their own, check out our latest blog:

http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/proper-brushing-and-flossing/

‪#‎brushing #toothbrush #flossing‬ ‪#‎oralemergency‬ ‪#‎dentalhealth‬ ‪#‎tooth‬ ‪#‎teeth‬ ‪#‎dental‬ ‪#‎dentist‬ ‪#‎upperbluffsdental‬ ‪#‎dralanhiutin‬

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Oral injuries are often painful and should be treated by a dentist as soon as possible.

Many dental emergencies can not only be painful, but can also be scary. For these reasons, it is important to know how to identify a dental emergency, and even more importantly, to know how to be prepared, and what steps to take.

In our latest blog read all about how to prepare for, and respond to a dental emergency: http://www.upperbluffsdental.ca/what-is-a-dental-emergency/

#dentalemergency ‪#‎oralemergency ‪#‎dentalhealth‬ ‪#‎tooth‬ ‪#‎teeth‬ ‪#‎dental‬ ‪#‎dentist‬ ‪#‎upperbluffsdental‬ ‪#‎dralanhiutin‬
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