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A healthier smile is paramount for most adults. It's often the first thing folks notice when they are exposed to someone for the first time. And no one wants a smile that's dull or discolored, while also having bad breath. The fact that regular brushing is only fifty percent of the solution; it does not eliminate the stains or even bring down halitosis (bad breath) by itself. A smoker needs more frequent dental cleanings. Those who smoke have a greater risk of problems with the gums, having problems after teeth extractions,... more
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5 Fun Facts About Me – Dr Meagan Bennett, Ancaster, ON DentistHi, I’m Dr. MeAgan Bennett and today I’m going to tell you five interesting facts about me. September 18, 20205 FUN FACTS ABOUT ME – DR MEAGAN BENNETT, ANCASTER, ON DENTIST5 Fun Facts About Me – Dr Meagan Bennett, Ancaster, ON DentistHi, I’m Dr. MeAgan Bennett and today I’m going to tell you five interesting facts about me. #1: I love sports. I played every single sport in high school. I played basketball, volleyball, I was on the track and field tea... more
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Dr. Meagan Bennett Treats Her Own Daughter – Ancaster Dentist OfficeDr. Meg: Hi, it’s almost bedtime here at the Ling house. We’ve got Brooke here in her jammies, her Christmas jammies, her gingerbread “Oh Snap!” jammies.The reason why I’ve got Brooke here is because Brooke is actually one of my success stories. I had to take out two teeth on Brooke and she was really anxious and really nervous. Her sister ended up having to have some sedation because she was not one of my success cases. But for Brooke, she actually was very ner... more
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You won't notice much sensitivity and pain until tooth decay moves throughout the enamel and into the dentin layer, the Academy of General Dentistry notes.Dentin is composed of tiny nerve endings that become irritated and cause increased sensitivity when exposed to cold, hot, sweet, sticky, and sour foods. You might also feel pain when biting down, and quickly discover that meals are frequently getting trapped between your teeth. Decay spreads quickly through our dentin because it's quite a bit softer than enamel. Decay throughout th... more