At Twin Dental – your Edmonton dentist – we practice what we preach. Proof positive of our commitment to optimal preventive oral health care are our wonderful registered dental hygienists. Their goal is to help you to achieve and maintain the optimal oral health that supports a beautiful smile, through …Read More
Have you been considering Invisalign treatment for a straight and beautiful smile? Maybe you want to compare this clear orthodontics option to traditional braces before visiting our general dentist in Edmonton at Twin Dental? If your teeth are crowded or crooked, it can affect your appearance, the way you smile, …Read More
At Twin Dental, your general dentist in Edmonton, we believe everyone deserves to experience life with a complete, healthy smile. That’s why we provide restorative dentistry, including dental implants – a revolutionary way to replace missing teeth. Because of this treatment, many people like you are proudly showing off their …Read More
Once only for the stars in Hollywood, cosmetic dentistry in Edmonton is now an attainable dream for all. At Twin Dental, 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 …Read More
The primary cause of periodontal disease is poor dental hygiene that leads to excessive buildup of plaque. However, there are other factors that can affect the health of teeth and gums.
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Tooth brushing with fluoride toothpaste helps control plaque, which is the residue that can build up on teeth. Be sure to replace your toothbrush (or toothbrush head if you use an electric brush) every 3 months. Read more…Read More
The dental profession was particularly hard hit by the global pandemic. With the majority of dental procedures and treatments carrying a high risk of infection for the practitioner and patient, dentistry faced a unique set of challenges compared to other professions.Read More
Holiday celebrations may look a little different this year but that doesn’t mean we won’t be indulging in our usual favourite treats!
And as we enjoy all the festive treats the season has to offer, oral health care should be at the top of our mind says dental hygiene clinical professor Alexandra Sheppard.Read More
You bite down on something and feel a sharp pain that quickly disappears. If this sounds familiar, you might have a hairline tooth fracture or cracked tooth. Learn more about how hairline tooth fractures occur, the symptoms you might experience, and what you can do about them.Read More