CitiPlace Dental & Hygiene

CitiPlace Dental & Hygiene “Friendly service and personalized care for the entire family.”

We believe in providing our patients with the highest quality of dental care in a caring and relaxed environment.

Utilizing the latest techniques and procedures we maintain a high standard of infection control. Working with our clients and the environment in mind our office is completely digital, from our x-ray technology to the paperless charting system. Our dental team has worked together for well over a decade and our professional skills are well refined. We find taking the time to communicate well with ou

Utilizing the latest techniques and procedures we maintain a high standard of infection control. Working with our clients and the environment in mind our office is completely digital, from our x-ray technology to the paperless charting system. Our dental team has worked together for well over a decade and our professional skills are well refined. We find taking the time to communicate well with ou

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04/19/2017

Some great-tasting snacks that won't harm your teeth:

- Plain milk and buttermilk
- Fruit and raw vegetables
- Plain yogurt, cheese and cottage cheese
- Hard boiled or devilled eggs
- Nuts, sunflower or pumpkin seeds
- Melba toast
- Salads

Also, Sugar is one of the main causes of dental problems. The average Canadian eats the equivalent of 40 kg of sugar each year. Here are a few ways to cut down:

- Try to choose sugar-free snacks - see the snacks listed below.

- Add less sugar to coffee or tea (or use sugar substitutes).

- Avoid sugar-sweetened soft drinks.

- Look for fruit juices and drinks with no added sugar.

Read lists of ingredients when you're grocery shopping. Honey, molasses, liquid invert sugar, glucose, and fructose are all types of sugar.

When you do eat sweets, avoid sticky sweets. They cling to teeth and are harder to brush away. Eat sweets with a meal, not as a snack. The increased flow of saliva during a meal helps to wash away and dilute sugar.

Carry a travel-size toothbrush and use it after eating sweets. If you can't brush, at least rinse your mouth with water or eat a fibrous fruit or raw vegetables. Or chew a piece of sugarless gum.

To have good dental health, you need a mix of personal dental care, and the care of your dentist. ✔️ click below!
04/19/2017

To have good dental health, you need a mix of personal dental care, and the care of your dentist. ✔️ click below!

Here is a quick guide to common dental problems. You should visit your dentist if you have these warning signs.🤗
04/19/2017
Canadian Dental Association

Here is a quick guide to common dental problems. You should visit your dentist if you have these warning signs.🤗

The cause might be gum disease, food, drinking, smoking, medicine you are taking or a health condition. If you cannot get rid of bad breath with daily brushing and flossing, see your dentist.

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What You Can Do About Gum DiseaseFACT: Statistics show that as many as 75 percent of adults over the age of 30 may suffe...
03/01/2017

What You Can Do About Gum Disease

FACT: Statistics show that as many as 75 percent of adults over the age of 30 may suffer from some degree of gum disease. It’s the most common disease of humans.

Gum disease may be a risk factor for a number of serious health conditions such as heart disease and stroke, pneumonia and other respiratory diseases, diabetes and premature or low birth weight babies.
If you have gum disease, the bacteria from swollen or bleeding gums can travel through the bloodstream, potentially worsening or causing other types of health problems.

How gum disease develops
Gum disease starts with the formation of hard and soft deposits on the surface of the teeth. Over time, a buildup of bacteria called plaque collects at the gum line, eventually hardening on the teeth into deposits called calculus or tartar.

Without proper oral care, these bacteria can cause inflammation of the gums (gingivitis), pe*****te the gum line and finally spread into the underlying bone (periodontitis).

If left untreated, the infection can eventually lead to shrinking and/or swelling, bleeding gums, loose teeth, abscesses and, ultimately, loss of teeth.

What you can do
If you have gum disease and/or are at risk for heart disease, stroke or respiratory diseases, it is particularly important to pay attention to your oral health. With regular, proper home and professional oral care, gum disease can be controlled and sometimes even stopped or reversed.

Dental Care Aids
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Dental Care Aids

Dental Care Aids

To find out the proper way to brush and floss, ask your dental hygienist for instructions. Brushing and flossing incorrectly can do more harm than good.

Personal Oral Care Program
03/01/2017
Personal Oral Care Program

Personal Oral Care Program

Visiting your dental hygienist on a regular basis is one of the most important steps you can take to maintain or improve your oral health.

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Your Typical Appointment:

Many people wonder what to expect during an appointment with the dental hygienist. During your visit, the dental hygienist will:

- Have prepared for your appointment to ensure your safety
- Review your chart and medical history
- Review your current medical status with you – there are many
medical conditions and medications that may influence dental hygiene treatment
- Examine your head and neck for abnormalities
- Examine your tongue, gums, teeth and all other areas of your mouth
- Measure the attachment of the gums to your teeth (probing)
- Record all findings on your chart
- Take prescribed radiographs (x-rays)
- Scale your teeth using hand or mechanical instruments removing hard and soft deposits (plaque and tarter)
- Polish your teeth, if needed, to remove stains

if needed:
Apply fluoride to strengthen teeth
Apply agents to desensitize teeth
Apply pit and fissure sealants to seal grooves for decay prevention
PROVIDE EDUCATION DURING ALL PHASES OF TREATMENT

Customize an oral care program for you – you will be informed on, and given advice about matters related to your oral health including nutrition, smoking cessation and plaque control and the use of various oral care products, their purpose and effective use.

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT GOOD ORAL HEALTHDental hygienists help you prevent gum disease and tooth deca...
03/01/2017

IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT GOOD ORAL HEALTH

Dental hygienists help you prevent gum disease and tooth decay. They work with you to help keep your mouth healthy Dental hygienists help you attain and maintain oral health, making an important contribution to your overall health.

Periodontal (gum) disease is one of the most common human diseases. The signs of gum disease may include bleeding or swollen gums. It’s an infectious condition that can result in the destruction of gum tissue and bone. If left untreated, the bacteria that cause gum disease may travel through the blood stream increasing the chance of heart disease, stroke, respiratory diseases and pregnancy complications.

The link between oral infections and other diseases in the body is becoming well documented and accepted within the health care community. It underscores the importance of good oral hygiene and the role dental hygienists play in preventing oral disease.

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