Cosmetic dentistry enables you to erase many dental flaws. Crooked teeth, unsightly gaps, yellowish stains, etc. can easily be replaced by a whiter, brighter smile. To know exactly which one treatment is right for you, consult an experienced Waterloo dentist.
Many people are embarrassed by their misaligned, misshapen and discoloured teeth. Cosmetic dentistry makes it possible to correct these dental problems quickly and discreetly. While no one will know your secret, they will certainly notice your beautiful smile.
We’re please to announce a new Dentist in Waterloo. Dr. Shaun Filonowicz is the newest addition to the Waterloo Smiles team. He has come to us as we prepare to expand our dental healthcare footprint in Waterloo to serve you even better. Waterloo Smiles Dentistry will be opening a second clinic at 188 King Street South across from the Bauer Lofts. This modern office is a street level space that offers 2000 square feet of state-of-the-art dental care. Ac cents of acrylic, glass and reclaimed wood welcomes you as you enter from the underground heated parking, backdoor access into our reception area. With the open concept, exposed ceiling design, you’re going to feel right at home and a little pampered too.
We’re very happy to share the progress on the construction of our second clinic located at 188 King St S in Waterloo. This project began at the start of the year and has been progressing nicely. Every day new things develop and the anticipation of completion grows right along with it. We needed another Waterloo Dentist and figured this is the perfect spot, practically on the border of Kitchener and Waterloo. Convenient for many students, families and seniors!
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Practicing good oral hygiene ensures healthy teeth and gums, without gum problems like Gingivitis, tooth decay, cavities, bad breadth, etc. We all love individuals that have an attractive smile, perfect teeth and confident personality. With good oral hygiene habits, you look great and tend to have higher confidence levels. A recent research revealed that dental plaque and plaque that accumulates in cardiac arteries are similar. This goes on to show the importance of oral hygiene. Let’s take a look at important aspects in oral hygiene.
Oral cancer rates are reaching disturbingly high levels. Today, oral cancer is reportedly more common among women than cervical cancer, accounting for three times as many deaths as cervical cancer. Oral cancer is also believed to be responsible for more deaths than stomach, brain and ovary cancers. In the UK alone, oral cancer cases have increased by more than 25% in the last decade, while in Canada, oral cancer is one of the most common cancers in the population.
While many people focus on oral hygiene – and rightfully so, they tend to forget about the whiteness of their teeth. Certainly straight, cavity-free teeth are a sight to behold but if they where sparking white as well your smile would be more radiant and noticeable. Remember that choosing the right solution in teeth whitening is important but managing your expectations before a treatment should not be overlooked. Here is a recent article that uncovers some of these issues to help you become familiar with the options.
Whether you like a bit of facial hair or not, moustaches are usually everywhere to be seen during November. Here in Canada, as well as the rest of the world, “Movember” is responsible for raising funds for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer.
The holiday season is upon us, along with an abundance of delicious holiday desserts. Tasty desserts are a staple at holiday gatherings of friends and families and for people trying to eat healthy, getting through the holiday season can be a difficult task. Not all holiday desserts will derail you from your healthy eating habits; there are little tips and tricks you can use to make your favourite recipes healthier and they’ll still be just as scrumptious as ever!
If cookies are your favourite holiday treat, consider making mini cookies or bite-sized cookies instead of standard sized or jumbo cookies. Smaller cookies contain fewer calories, saturated fat and other things you’re trying to avoid. You can sometimes substitute butter with honey, as honey is a healthier sweetener that provides a rich, sweet taste. If you cannot substitute honey for butter, try and use unsalted butter if possible.
No holiday dessert plate would be complete without delicious chocolate treats. There are several secrets to make your chocolate recipes healthier, including using natural cocoa powder and bittersweet chocolate with 70% cacao as an alternative to regular chocolate. These tricks apply to chocolate cake, chocolate cookies, chocolate puddings and any other tasty treats that contain chocolate. Now you can be a chocolate lover and a healthy eater at the same time.
And don’t forget the holiday drinks! Mulled wine is an excellent holiday drink, as red wine is quite healthy for the heart. It’s the perfect drink to keep you and your guests warm and cosy on a cold winter’s night and it’s very simple to prepare. No holiday party would be complete without egg nog; most recipes call for whole milk but you can substitute a low-fat alternative instead. A great cup of egg nog really keeps the cold out. And let’s not forget about great mocktails like an Apple Cinnamon. This simple recipe from the Food & Drink Mag; simply fill a wine goblet with ice. Add 2 oz. cranberry juice (think antioxidants) and 4 oz. chilled apple cider. Stir to mix. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and voilà, a great non alcoholic treat for the party.
Eating healthy during the holidays doesn’t have to be impossible. There are tips and tricks you can use to create delicious, holiday desserts that will allow you to indulge while still focusing on your healthy habits.