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No sedation fee until Sept 30, 2013

Posted on Aug 29, 2013

No sedation fee? Incredible! For a limited time, Willow Dental Care Langley will waive the sedation fee… allowing you more dollars toward your dental treatment. So now, there’s nothing to hold you back. No excuses. No fear of gagging, or being hard to freeze. This is a Limited time offer* till Sept 30th… so call now! Willow Dental Care gives back… It’s what they do! *Some conditions apply

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Receding Gums 101: Learn all about Receding Gums

Posted on Aug 30, 2012

Receding Gums 101: Learn all about Receding Gums

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 enters the dental cavity as a result of gum disease starts to develop plaque. Plaque build-up could trigger swelling of the gums – this swelling results in the erosion of your gums, giving them a sunken, recessed...

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Why is Flossing Important?

Posted on Aug 23, 2012

Why is Flossing Important?

“Why should I floss?” is a common question asked by patients at our Langley dental clinic. In reality, flossing is one of the most necessary steps in any excellent dental health and wellness routine. Floss aids in removing any meals particles trapped between the teeth as well as reduces your chances of plaque buildup. It is important to carry out flossing as part of your dental health routine; brushing alone can’t give you a 100% clean. Flossing makes sure that there is no buildup of plaque on the teeth. Plaque build-up can lead to gum illness, gingivitis or...

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Why Dental Extractions are Necessary

Posted on Aug 16, 2012

Why Dental Extractions are Necessary

Dental extractions (removing teeth) may be a necessary procedure to prevent tooth misalignment in the case of wisdom teeth or to maintain the health of your other teeth and gums. Extractions nowadays are relatively quick and painless, so if you suspect you have a tooth that might require removal, contact your Langley dentist, Willow Dental Care Langley, today to book an appointment. If it isn’t practical or possible to repair a tooth, our team of dental experts at Willow Dental Care Langley, your Langley dentist, may be required to do a dental extraction. Teeth that are extremely...

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What to Do after a Tooth Extraction

Posted on Aug 9, 2012

What to Do after a Tooth Extraction

After a tooth extraction (removal) has been completed by one of our dental health professionals at your Langley dentist, Willow Dental Care Langley, it’s important to take proper care of the site to prevent infection, control bleeding and allow the gum tissue to heal well enough that it can accept a denture or dental implant. What to do after a tooth or wisdom tooth extraction 1. You may experience soreness after a tooth extraction – over-the-counter painkillers can help with the pain or you may request prescription painkillers from your Langley dentist at Willow Dental Care...

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Preventing Cavities: Super Snacks for Super Teeth

Posted on Aug 2, 2012

Preventing Cavities: Super Snacks for Super Teeth

Preventing cavities is sometimes not an easy task. Do you find yourself prone to getting a lot of dental cavities even though you brush your teeth twice a day, floss daily and visit Willow Dental Care Langley, your Langley dentist, every six months for a regular checkup? The problem may actually be linked to your diet. Here are a few super snacks that can help keep your teeth and gums at their healthiest in the constant struggle of preventing cavities: Fruits & Veggies: Apples, celery and cucumbers are all excellent super snacks for your dental health. These super snacks are nutritious...

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