Oral Health & The Mouth-Body Connection You Need To Know About

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The Surgeon General’s Report on Oral Health in America highlights the importance of oral health and its impact on overall health. The mouth-body connection is one that can’t be denied. In this blog, we’ll tell you what we know thanks to scientific evidence. You may learn some facts that surprise you! If you have poor oral health, it may lead …

Cosmetic Dentistry In The Annex – Top Treatments To Help You Smile With Confidence

Once only for the stars in Hollywood, cosmetic dentistry* is now an attainable dream for all. At Bloor Dental Clinic, we can fix many smile concerns with proven techniques designed to restore the beauty and function of your smile. All of our cosmetic dental treatments start with a smile analysis. It’s actually something you already do every time you look …

Wake Up Refreshed With Sleep Apnea Treatment From Your Dentist In The Annex

tired-looking woman holding her hand over her mouth as she yawns

What Is Sleep Apnea & How Can a Dentist in The Annex Help? Sleep apnea is a disorder that results in the momentary cessation of breathing throughout the night. These involuntary pauses in breathing might seem like a small thing, but for some people, they occur up to sixty or more times per hour for a duration of up to …

Ask Your Dentists In Toronto (The Annex): Inlays Or Onlays … For Your Smile?

Have you ever heard someone mention dental inlays and onlays? If not, that’s OK! Many people are unfamiliar with this restorative treatment … until they visit us at Bloor Dental Clinic, your dentists in Toronto (The Annex). Some background… Gold inlays were primarily used to restore tooth structure affected by decay. Nowadays, they are used the same way but are …

Dental Bonding For A Beautiful Smile

Your smile makes a statement – it speaks volumes without a single word being uttered. But if you’re unhappy with your teeth, you aren’t putting your best smile forward. One of the techniques we use as a dentist in Toronto (in the Annex) that repairs smiles with excellent results is dental bonding. It can beautifully transform imperfections and damage, helping …

Restoring Your Smile After Tooth Extractions

Last month, we blogged about the reasons you may need a tooth extraction. As your dentist in Toronto (in the Annex), at Bloor Dental Clinic, we also have ways to restore your teeth if your tooth extraction left you with a gap in your smile that changes how well you chew, speak, and feel around other people. Another consideration is …

A Tooth Extraction Primer – First In A 2-Part Series!

As a dentist in Toronto in the Annex, at Bloor Dental Clinic, a tooth extraction is one of the most common procedures we do besides regular dental hygiene care and thorough oral health checkups. And while we’ll always do our best to treat your tooth to save it, there are many reasons why pulling one or more teeth may be …

Boost Your Smile Potential With A Dental Bridge

Getting a smile boost is about more than vanity. By repairing problems like missing or damaged teeth with crowns or a dental bridge in Toronto in the Annex, you can have the pleasing – and functional – smile you’ve always dreamed about. How do I know if I am a candidate for dental crown or bridge treatment? A dental crown …

We Submit Your Dental Insurance Claims

Get The Dental Care You Need As a dentist in Toronto, at Bloor Dental Clinic, we don’t want anyone to put off their dental care because they don’t think they can afford it. Whether you have dental insurance coverage or not, we want you to be able to book your next appointment with confidence. In the dental industry, we know …

Oral Cancer Awareness – Early Detection Saves Lives

As dentists in Toronto, at Bloor Dental Clinic, we have the expert skill and training to detect many diseases of the mouth, including oral cancer. Did you know that three Canadians die every day from oral cancer? In fact, more people die from oral cancers than either cervical or skin cancer. And because two-thirds of oral cancers are discovered in …