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Taking Advantage of the Latest Technology in General Dentistry

September 28, 2013

Filed under: Uncategorized — northyork_team @ 4:43 pm

Oral hygiene has definitely changed over the years. Yes, dentists still recommend you brush your teeth at least twice a day and floss at least once, but the tools you have at home have drastically improved. These improvements range from more powerful toothpastes to more effectively shaped toothbrushes, oral care has never been easier in the home. Even what you drink is a powerful way to help fight cavities.  However, some of these improvements in oral technology have led to an unfortunate increase in people not going to the dentist for regular checkups.

Regardless of at-home technology, regular dental visits are still essential for overall oral and body health. Many people don’t realize that health problems that start in the mouth can eventually affect the whole body. Not visiting the dentist can even lead to social issues caused by calamities such as bad breath. Toronto general dentistry has many options to help keep your teeth clean and your oral health strong.

Advances in at-home dental care aren’t the only changes in the dental industry over the last few decades. Things at the actual dentist have changed as well. If you’ve been going to the dentist for awhile, surely you’ve noticed the many changes, including more comfortable settings. Luckily, North York Dental has all of the latest technology to help keep your mouth clean and your oral health strong.


Our dentists don’t just grab the newest technology and shove it into your mouth. We study and test everything before using it. Since dental hygiene is such an important part of overall health, we want to make sure you always get the best that can be offered. When you come to our Toronto general dentistry practice, you are getting the premier experience offered in oral care. By using the best tools in the industry, we give you the best smile possible. 

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