Toothbrush Confidential

A Brighter Smile Leads to Career Success

Studies reveal that a better smile can be a contributing factor to success in your career. Interacting with colleagues and clients on a day-to-day basis, your appearance greatly influences the way people around you perceive and interact with you. Say for instance, you need a report earlier than you anticipated from your co-worker. You would […]

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Find Us On Facebook!

We’re always looking for new ways to expand our avenues of communication with patients. That’s why we created an official Facebook page for our practice! Our Facebook page makes it easy for you to reach us on the go and stay current with practice information. We make digital communications and social media a priority because we understand […]

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We Are Now Members of the 123Dentist.com Dentist Network!

We are pleased to announce that Willow Dental Langley has been chosen for membership in 123Dentist.com’s Community Dentist Network! Finding the right dentist used to be hit or miss.  123Dentist.com changes that.  The 123Dentist.com website is a fast and convenient service that helps consumers find an expert dentist in their neighborhood who stands for superior results and […]

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Welcome to Our Dental Blog!

This blog has been created as a forum for our Langley BC dental patients to read and respond to a variety of topics including: sedation dentistry, oral health, family dental, the langley community, and much more. The Willow Dental Langley blog will serve as an interactive forum for connecting you with a spectrum of interesting […]

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Oral Hygiene – Post Treatment Home Care

We want you to keep your teeth and gums healthy for a lifetime. We are happy to explain and demonstrate proper home care. However, responsibility for your oral health ultimately lies with you. Yes, it is really up to you to keep things on the right track. If you do the following every day, you […]

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Self Care for Temporomandibular Disorders (TMD)

Your lower jaw meets the upper skull in front of the ear. The joint that connects then is called the Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ). Noises in the jaw joints are extremely common and the disk that separates the jaws has been estimated to be displaced in approximately 40% of the population. Like any joint (hip, shoulder, […]

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After Sedation Dentistry – Patient Instructions

Patient cannot drive for 24 hours after sedation. Do not operate any hazardous devices for 24 hours. A responsible person should be with the patient until he/she has fully recovered from the effects of the sedation. Patient should not go up and down stairs unattended. Let the patient stay on the ground floor until recovered. […]

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