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What Are Dental Implants Made Of?

If you are searching for dental implants, Leamington is home to our Brookside Family Dental office and we can help you determine the best solution that works for your tooth replacement. You may be wondering what materials comprise the dental implants that we provide for our patients here at Brookside Family Dental. While titanium is

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3 Surprising Facts About Dental Implants

There are several myths surrounding dental implants. These myths include the cost, success rate, and benefits of dental implants. Let’s dispel these myths and get you on the path to having a beautiful smile! Here are 3 Surprising Facts About Dental Implants Myths About Dental Implants There are many myths about dental implants that you

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How Thumb Sucking Can Be Detrimental to Your Child’s Oral Health

Early childhood habits can be essential to your child’s long-run dental health. When children are young, their bones are still developing; jaws included! Harmful short-term habits can have significant long-term effects. In order to effectively challenge these habits, it’s beneficial to understand the effects and reasoning behind the behavior. This is how thumb sucking can

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Toothache Causes and Pain Relief Treatments

Toothaches are a way of your body telling you that something is not quite right. There are many causes of toothaches, with some that will resolve itself with proper at-home care and some that indicate a more serious problem. No matter how severe the pain is, we always recommended consulting with a dentist at Brookside

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How to Treat & Prevent Gum Infections

Over half of all adults in North America suffer from some type of gum disease. Like any other part of your body, your gums are susceptible to becoming infected. Gum disease can be painful and can make it difficult to talk, eat or drink. If left unchecked for too long, gum disease can develop into

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