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Check out the Canadian Dental Association website for more information on Dental Care.

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dental care for seniors

Canadians of all ages can enjoy good oral health and benefit from regular professional dental care. Provided you look after them, your teeth and gums will look good and stay healthy for life.

As you age, however, you may need to make a few changes in the way you care for your teeth and gums. If you need advice on looking after your teeth and gums, or those of a dependent relative or friend, your dentist and the Canadian Dental Association can provide you with valuable information.

You are never too old to have healthy teeth and gums. And you are never old enough to stop seeing your dentist! Your dentist wants to make sure you maintain healthy teeth and gums for your whole life. This section explains how your needs change as you get older.

Flossing & Brushing | Denture Care | Tips for Caregivers | The Dental Exam

Source: Canadian Dental Association: Your Oral Health

dental procedures

Because dentists believe the best teeth are your own teeth, modern dental offices perform many different dental procedures to make sure you keep your teeth.

Your dentist may recommend a treatment or procedure to restore or replace a tooth that has been lost or damaged or to improve the appearance, health and function of your teeth. Some of these procedures are straightforward, while others are more involved.

The information in this section has been provided to help you understand the different treatments and procedures available to keep your smile healthy.

Bonding and Veneers | Bridges and Dentures | Care After Minor Oral Surgery | Crowns | Dental Implants | Fillings | Orthodontics | Root Canal Treatment | Teeth Whitening

Source: Canadian Dental Association: Your Oral Health

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