While problems related to the root and pulp of your tooth can only be diagnosed by a dentist, there are some symptoms you should look out for. Here, our Edmonton dentists outline three signs that you may need a root canal.
If you are thinking about using clear aligners for your orthodontic treatment, you might be curious about the things you can and can't do with them. In this blog, our dentists in Edmonton share the do's and don'ts of clear aligners treatment.
Lots of people experience dental emergencies during their lives, sometimes they can be the result of an injury or underlying health issue. Today our dentists in Edmonton share with you the situations that should be considered a dental emergency and what you should do when you are in these situations.
Almost everyone develops a cavity requiring a dental filling eventually. Despite how common they are, some people may not know much about the options available. Here, our Edmonton dentists are here to tell you about them.
The terms overbite and overjet are usually used interchangeably, but they are both different. Here, our Edmonton dentists discuss the differences between overjet and overbite and how each condition can be corrected with clear aligners.