Keep up to date with the latest from Fredericton's York Dental Clinic.

May. 21 2018

How Many Teeth Do We Have?

How many teeth do we have? Have you ever wondered that? Well, the answer depends on a few factors, the biggest factor being age. Children and adults have different sets of teeth. So, how many teeth do

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May. 3 2018

Study Shows Most People Skip Dental Visits

Going for a dental checkup apparently isn’t a priority for many people. A new poll shows that the average time between dental checkup is 3 years and 8 months. The information comes from the Web site

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May. 2 2018

Bilingual Dentist in Fredericton

Is English not your primary language? No problem! York Dental Clinic in Fredericton is proud to other service in both English and French! Dr Andrew Smyth is bilingual and so are many of the support st

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Apr. 30 2018

Oral Health Month - Pregnancy and Dental Care

Congratulations on this exciting and busy time of your life! You have so much to think about during pregnancy but don't forget about your teeth and gums. It may be easy to overlook your mouth, but pre

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Apr. 26 2018

Oral Health Month - Plaque

Plaque is a sticky, colorless deposit of bacteria that is constantly forming on the tooth surface. Saliva, food, and fluids combine to produce these deposits that collect on teeth and where teeth and

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Apr. 25 2018

Oral Health Month - Tartar

Tartar, also called calculus, is a crusty deposit that can trap stains on the teeth and cause discoloration. Calcium and phosphate bind to form crystals on the teeth. These calcium phosphate crystals

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Apr. 23 2018

Oral Health Month - Taking Care of Your Teeth

Thanks to better at-home care and in-office dental treatments, more people are keeping their teeth throughout their lives. Some diseases and conditions can make dental disease and tooth loss more like

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Apr. 18 2018

Oral Health Month - When To See The Dentist

To prevent gum disease and other oral health problems, schedule regular dental cleanings and exams. In the meantime, contact your dentist if you notice any signs or symptoms that could suggest oral he

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Apr. 17 2018

Oral Health Month - Flossing For Oral Health

You can't reach the tight spaces between your teeth and under the gumline with a toothbrush. That's why daily flossing is important. When you floss: Don't skimp. Break off about 18 inches (46 centime

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Apr. 16 2018

Oral Health Month - Brushing For Oral Health

Oral health begins with clean teeth. Keeping the area where your teeth meet your gums clean can prevent gum disease, while keeping your tooth surfaces clean can help you stave off cavities. Consider t

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