Our Toronto dentists explain how an overbite can be fixed with clear aligners. Understanding what an overbite is, why it should be fixed and what the process entails will help you make an informed decision.
Here, our Toothworks Dentists share help resources, tips and advice for your dental health.
Are you wondering how you can get the most out of your clear aligners - and how to wear them so you'll feel as comfortable as possible? Our Toronto dentists provide you with some tips.
Jaw pain can indicate a dental issue such as a toothache, TMJ Disorder, or perhaps a more serious condition. In this post, our Toronto dentists explain possible causes of jaw pain and what to do with those sore joints.
We know that many adults and teens opt to undergo orthodontic treatment with clear aligners, but have you ever wondered about the science behind this popular option? Our Toronto locations will explain the scientific reasons clear aligners are so effective at helping to straighten smiles.
Your family's dental needs will change as they progress through different stages of life. In this post, our Downtown Toronto dentists explain the ins and outs of family dentistry and how we help kids, teens, adults and seniors keep their smiles healthy.
If you’re seriously considering straightening your smile with clear aligners, you may be wondering if you’ll get the value you deserve, and if the cost is worth it. Our Toronto dentists explain what you may want to take into account when thinking about choosing aligners.
In this post, our Toronto dentists explain why your teeth may hurt a bit during treatment with clear aligners, and what you can do about Invisalign pain.
Because clear aligners are removable, you’ll enjoy not having dietary restrictions during your treatment. But today, our Downtown Toronto dentists explain some other things you should know about eating and drinking with clear aligners.
Did you know that depending on your needs and style preferences, there are different types of braces out there that could work for you? Today, our Downtown Toronto dentists compare traditional braces, clear braces and clear aligners.
Choosing an orthodontic aligner is an important decision, and you want facts to help you make your choice. The dentists from our five Downtown Toronto locations have you covered. Here are important facts you should know before choosing a clear aligner.
Cost is often a concern for people seeking orthodontic treatment. In this post, dentists from our 5 Downtown Toronto locations break down the numbers and cost of Invisalign clear aligners and financial factors you may want to consider in the decision making process.
If you’ve got a cavity, having a dental filling placed is an essential remedial process that can restore the tooth and stop cavity related pain. The dentists from our five Toronto locations (Bay Adelaide Dental, Brookfield Place Dental, College Park Dental, King-York Dental and Richmond-Adelaide Dental) offer advice on what you should and should not do after a filling.
If you are missing one or more teeth, replacing them is essential to preserving your oral health. Many tooth replacement options require your dentist to place a dental implant. Here, our Brookfield Place dentists discuss dental implants and how long they should last.
Your growing child needs your help to ensure their teeth remain healthy, and their smiles white. Here, our Toronto dentists at King-York Dental explain steps for brushing your toddler's teeth.
If your dentist recommends a root canal procedure, it may be tempting to look for alternatives, but the truth is, they are not as effective and could lead to more pain and costs later in life. Here, the dentists at Toothworks at Square One in Mississauga explain.
Dental crowns are a restorative dental treatment option that can help improve the strength, function and appearance of a damaged tooth, or improve the aesthetics of your smile. Here, the dentists at Toothworks King York Dental in Toronto, share what to expect during a dental crown procedure.
If you have a cavity that needs a dental filling, there are different types of materials available. At Toothworks Dental Clinics, we offer composite fillings and porcelain inlays and onlays. Other types of fillings include porcelain, gold and amalgam. Here, our Toronto dentists at Toothworks Brookfield Place Dental explain the differences.