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A Kissable Mouth?

Do you have Periodontal Disease and don’t know? Sometimes people also will hear about “gum disease” or Gingivitis.  It is a small item often missed and also misunderstood.  What is it really?  Periodontal Disease or Gingivitis is gum disease.   A very severe form of Gingivitis is called Anug or Acute Necrotizing Ulcerative Gingivitis.  At this […]

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We Have Great Staff!

Carolyn M. from our office puts a little girl at ease with a mall race. “Today we had a little girl in for a filling and she was nervous about freezing so her and I played a game together. We were to race down the hall of the mall and if she won I had […]

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Don’t Let Your Dental Plan Go to Waste!

Truth: 95% of dental plans financial limits end December 31st. What does this mean to you? It means that you may be missing out. You may be missing a year of benefits that you could have used up. If you have a few treatments scheduled, getting some completed in 2015 means that there will be […]

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The How of Habits

We are what we repeatedly do. “_Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit_”. – Aristotle Habits happen. Good or bad we get the habit of a thought, an exercise or an experience and we tend to repeat that experience. Whether it’s falling asleep without brushing our teeth, doing yoga every morning or looking […]

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To Gargle or Not to Gargle

Is your mouth kissable or should you take out the mouthwash? It feels great and is a lovely finisher to your evening bathroom ritual, but do you need it? According to Heidi, one of our best hygienists, the big thing to remember is that mouthwash will not remove plaque. It might feel great, but only […]

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Receding Gums 101: Learn all about Receding Gums

receding gums langley dentist

One question usually posed to our oral health care professionals at Willow Dental Care Langley, your Langley dentist is : “what are receding gums?”. In straightforward terms, receding gums are a result of gum disease– giving your gums a “receding” appearance. Generally, gum disease plays the biggest role in receding gums. Simply put, bacteria that […]

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