Little Smiles Present: Halloween at the Dentist!

The next Little Smiles event is on OCTOBER 27TH and the theme is Halloween. Call now to book because spaces are limited! etc. Event runs from 9am-1 pm with face painting sessions starting at 9, 10, 11 and 12. CALL NOW TO BOOK

Balloon Animals

Games & Crafts

Face Painting

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Invisalign versus Orthodontic Brackets and Wires

NW Calgary Dentists at Metro Dental in Harvest Hills provide orthodontic treatment to adults and teen patients. Passionate about correcting bite irregularities and tooth alignment – Dr. Verena Lam and Dr. Jeff Chen are General Dentists who offer more than one system for straightening teeth and welcome patients enquiries regarding orthodontic treatment.

One topic of conversation that these NW Calgary Dentists enjoy having is the benefits of Invisalign over Traditional Braces and Brackets. It’s a commonly asked question; and one that warrants an accurate and unbiased response. Invisalign Clear Retainers are bracketless and wireless and fit over teeth much like bleaching trays. They are made from smooth BPA-Free plastic and are custom fabricated using a 3D impression of a patient’s top and bottom teeth. Because this teeth straightening system is custom fit – the comfort and effectiveness of treatment is never compromised and teeth are able to be gently moved – correcting crookedness and bringing teeth in to better alignment. The lack of brackets and wires makes Invisalign appealing to patients whose goal is to straighten their teeth without anyone noticing – and Invisalign Retainers are removable, so that becomes another attractive benefit – allowing patients to remove their retainers prior to a sporting activity or important work or school presentation.

However, the lack of brackets and wires means that Invisalign retainers don’t have the same retention that braces, wires, and brackets create – and therefore the amount of force that is exerted on teeth is reduced with Invisalign. What does this mean to patients? If you have significant bite issues that require more than ‘tweaking a few teeth’ – braces with brackets and wires may prove to be the more viable method for straightening teeth. Teeth move in a response to force that is strategically applied – and patients’ treatment needs vary depending on the degree of movement required. Orthodontic treatment is a highly customized process – with no two patients requiring the exact same treatment. Claiming that one form of teeth straightening method should be used over another is a hard claim to make as critical factors such as bite issues, treatment goals, and patient expectations have to be taken in to consideration. Successful Orthodontic Treatment in Calgary happens when an accurate preliminary diagnosis is made, a viable orthodontic system is used to correct deficiencies – and patient compliance is high. Creating a beautiful smile isn’t about promoting a certain system – but honoring a patient’s dental health needs.

If you are considering orthodontic treatment and would like more information – contact Metro Dental in Harvest Hills today (587) 355‑2524

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Baby Bottle Tooth Decay – How to Keep Your Child’s Mouth Healthy

NW Calgary Dentists at Metro Dental in Harvest Hills love seeing young smiles in their office; and they devote a lot of their time and energy to ensuring that baby teeth are protected from decay and premature loss. Baby Bottle Tooth Decay can rob a young child of their smile and dental health – and set them up for a lifetime of dental appointments. Dr. Verena Lam and Dr. Jeff Chen of Metro Dental strive to educate parents on the merits of taking care of primary teeth, and avoiding foods and drinks that increase the risk of early childhood decay.

Baby Bottle Tooth Decay is a term that has been used for decades to describe the decayed teeth caused by sugary liquids present in a baby’s bottle. Sweetened liquids and liquids with natural sugars (milk, formula, and fruit juice) wash over a child’s teeth during feeding and at nap or bedtime when a bottle may be given. Left to sit on a child’s teeth for an extended period, the liquid residue interacts with bacteria present in the mouth – creating acids that eat away at the enamel of teeth and cause tooth decay. As crazy as it sounds – babies and toddlers can develop cavities – that require dental treatment to avoid tooth loss and dental infection.

No one wants to think of a young child having to have multiple dental appointments to address dental decay – but that’s just what happens when baby teeth aren’t cleaned after a feed, or if they continually fed liquids containing both natural and added sweeteners. Even a child whose first tooth hasn’t erupted yet, needs to have their gums cleaned after a bottle. Soft, towelling material that is moistened and gently swiped over a baby’s gums will remove any milky residue. And for babies and toddlers who do have teeth – well that’s the sign to get out a small, soft, toothbrush and introduce your child to the daily habit of brushing. Though baby teeth are not meant to be a child’s permanent set of teeth – they are still important, as they assist in the development of speech, chewing and smiling – and have the important role of holding space for developing adult teeth.

To protect your child from baby bottle decay – avoid giving your child a sugary drink at naptime or bedtime as the residual sugars are left on tooth surfaces for many hours, and the reduction in saliva while sleeping means that sugar bugs are not being rinsed from teeth. Giving your child a drink of water not only keeps teeth free from sugar, but hydrates a young child and keeps their mouth moist.

If you suspect your young child may have decay or is exposed to high sugar drinks – contact NW Calgary Dentists at Metro Dental. These dentists focus on providing dentistry for children and are able to provide some great tips on keeping your child’s mouth healthy – (587) 355‑2524

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Oral Piercings – Keep the Bling Out of Your Mouth

Certain fashion statements are harmless – causing no more concern than a reputation for having great ink or being a warrior for numerous cartilage piercings. Ear cartilage piercings may present some annoyance if tangled in a sweater or hair – but other than a few moments of frustration, no long-term damage occurs. Oral Piercings don’t come with the same low risk rating – so researching what you might be biting-off is recommended prior to committing to bars and bling.

Fractured Teeth and Oral Piercings

Body piercing seems common-place today, and is maybe seen to replace usual jewellery pieces – like a necklace or ring. Oral piercings include lip, cheek and tongue jewellery, and though viewed as art by some, there’s no escaping the fact that oral piercings can pose a risk to an individual’s oral health. Our dentists at Metro Dental want to share with you the health risks that oral piercings pose! They range from tooth fractures, trauma to gum tissue, pain and infection and permanent nerve damage (of the tongue). The habit of playing with a piercing can change the shape of teeth – causing unusual wear facets – and also create chronic sores on lips and gums, enabling bacteria to enter the blood stream.

Infection, Pain and Swelling

The mouth is home to millions of bacteria, coupled with the naturally moist environment it’s not unusual for a tongue piercing to become infected, causing acute swelling that can present airway interference. If you decide that you just can’t live without a barbell in your tongue – make sure you are religious about keeping the wound clean to prevent infection that forces you to take out the jewellery. And delicate gum tissue is also at risk for trauma and infection as a result of the barbell constantly rubbing on the inside of teeth. Overtime this source of irritation can lead to periodontal issues – so try to avoid wanting to press the barbell up against delicate gums.

Family Dentists at Metro Dental acknowledge that oral piercings can be a form of self-expression and respect a patient’s decision to pierce their body. Taking care of piercings to avoid infection – and being aware that jewelry can harm teeth and gums – will help keep your smile healthy.

For more information regarding General Dental Services available at Metro Dental – call today (587) 355‑2524. Welcoming New Patients to the practice..

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Having Thoughts of a Spring Cleaning?

With spring just around the corner our thoughts go to cleaning out our homes – and our mouths.

Booking an appointment to have your teeth cleaned may be something that you do automatically every three to six months. Maintaining regular dental appointments can actually save you money in the long run – as consistent examination of a patient’s mouth allows issues to be diagnosed and treated early – before little concerns become big problems. But apart from the economic value; having your teeth cleaned regularly provides many health benefits from fresh breath to the early detection and treatment of gum disease – spending some time at the dentist is actually a good thing – especially when it comes to an overdue cleaning.

What Happens During a Dental Cleaning?

A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who specializes in the scaling and polishing of teeth – both above and below the gum line. Trained to assess oral health by observing the condition of gum tissue and buildup of bacteria on the surfaces of roots and teeth – a hygienist focuses on removing bacterial deposits (plaque and calculus), stains and other debris – and in doing so removes bacteria that cause tooth decay, gum inflammation that leads to Periodontal Disease.

Why Do I Need Regular Cleanings?

NW Calgary Dentists at Metro Dental explain that regular cleanings are recommended to control levels of oral bacteria. When cleanings are not done on a regular basis plaque and calculus can buildup and become an irritant to gum tissue and supporting bone tissue. The irritation causes gums to become swollen and bleed easily – and pockets can form around teeth due to gums pulling away from the source of irritation. Ironically the pocket becomes the perfect place for more food debris, plaque and bacteria to gather – so elevating the level of irritation and involving tissues that surround and support a tooth’s root.

During a cleaning plaque and calculus (which contains bacteria) is removed and gums become less inflamed are able to tighten up around the neck of the tooth. Stains from tea, coffee, wine and tobacco are also removed – giving a whiter smile that not only looks good but feels great.

Dr. Verena Lam and Dr. Jeff Chen recommend chatting with your dentist and hygienist to establish a cleaning schedule that is needed to maintain good oral health. Whether you visit your dentist every few months, or twice a year, depends on your dental needs – as some individuals require more frequent appointments.

For more information regarding Dental Cleanings – contact Metro Dental today (587) 355‑2524

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Choosing Dentist Approved Easter Treats

This Easter, as your kids paint eggs and hunt for those magical bunnies, just remember to be extra mindful of their oral hygiene around all of that sugary candy.

Sugar, as we know, is bad for our teeth. But you might not know what exactly is so bad about it. Does it erode your protective enamel? Not really – that’s more the work of acidic foods. What it does do is create an imbalance in the saliva in your mouth. When sugar is stuck on your teeth and in your saliva, it makes it easier for bacteria to grow. The bacteria is then what erodes the enamel film that protects your teeth. The erosion of enamel then invites in bacteria, which is how cavities are formed. That’s all to say that it’s more important to clean your teeth after eating sugar than it is to cut down on the amount of sugar you eat generally speaking.

With that knowledge, it’s easy to ensure that your own teeth are clean after you’ve eaten sugar. What’s less obvious is knowing whether or not your children’s teeth are as clean as they should be. As previously mentioned, it’s not about how much sugar one eats, but how thoroughly the teeth are cleaned after sugar has been eaten. For this reason, we advise you monitor the type of candy your children eat, especially if you know that certain kinds will be more difficult to clean off of teeth, or if you know your children won’t be as thorough with their cleaning. Sticky candy like marshmallows or toffee will really stick in the crevices of your teeth, and so require a more thorough clean.

How to Get That Thorough Clean

Regardless of how sticky or sugary your Easter treats are, with the proper cleaning routine, your teeth can stay clean. If you don’t know what that is, it’s brushing from molars to your front two teeth (making sure to fully brush the front and back of each tooth) for 1-2 minutes. Also, flossing your teeth removes plaque which (if left for too long) can become tartar, a difficult layer of hard bacteria film on your teeth.

If all that talk of sugar and how it may affect your teeth is daunting, schedule a cleaning with us for right after the Easter holiday. That way, you can be sure that your teeth will remain healthy after the long weekend and beyond. Call us today to book an appointment at (587) 355‑2524.

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Family dentists in NW Calgary offering comprehensive dental care for your whole family. We look forward to serving surrounding communities Harvest Hills, Beddington Heights, Panorama Hills, Northern Hills, Country Hills, Edgemont, Hamptons, and beyond!

We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Why Choose Sedation Dentistry?

Sedation dentistry is any kind of dentistry conducted while the patient is under anaesthetic. It can be very beneficial for children, seniors, those with cognitive disabilities, or those with anxiety.

Personal History

Has your personal history with the dentist been less than ideal? Perhaps you’ve had one too many uncomfortable, or perhaps even traumatic experiences in a dentist’s chair, where the hygienist doing your cleaning wasn’t aware of how much pain they were causing. For some, sedation dentistry is simply the opportunity to be unaware of the cleaning process at the dentist. It’s quite common to have apprehensions about sitting in the dentist’s chair. We’d rather you came and tried sedated dentistry rather than not come to the dentist at all!

Young and Old

For children experiencing a particularly invasive dental procedure at a young age (like a root canal or extraction), sedation dentistry can be hugely beneficial. As a parent, you’re aware of the fact that painful experiences at the dentist as children may stay in your child’s memory, and it can be difficult to ask them to return. For the elderly, the opposite is also true. Older folks who know the kind of anxiety or tensing up that can be part of one’s visit to the dentist may choose to have their experience sedated, simply to avoid discomfort.

Learning Disabilities

If you don’t have someone in your life who’s affected by it, it’s sometimes difficult to remember that those around us with behavioural or psychological challenges experience the world very differently. Parents of autistic children often dread a trip to the dentist more for their child’s sake than their own. Sedation dentistry can be a great alternative to a normal dentist visit. A normal dentist visit can require a lot of unpleasant sensations and experiences. With sedation dentistry that’s taken away, which can be hugely beneficial for someone on the autism spectrum.

If you’re thinking about sedation dentistry, the best thing you can do is to come in for a consultation and hear more. There are different types of sedation, and our anaesthesiologists care about finding the kind which works well with you or your loved one’s age and health. Book a consultation today by calling (587) 355‑2524.

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Wisdom Teeth

Why do we grow an extra set of molars that we don’t even use in our lifetime? In this article, we explain what wisdom teeth are, why we have them, and how they may have an effect on your trips to the dentist or orthodontist.

What Are Wisdom Teeth?

Wisdom teeth are an extra set of molars at the back of our mouth. It is believed that this extra set of teeth was used by our ancient ancestors before humans developed tools (like knives and forks) to eat food. The molars are left from a time when we would consume tougher meats or nuts, which wore on our teeth more than our food does now.

At What Age Should We Start Thinking About Wisdom Teeth Removal?

Unlike our other teeth, wisdom teeth don’t start forming until about age 10. After they’ve formed, they still don’t surface until we are 17-25, which is why the common name for them is “wisdom teeth”. The name refers to the fact that they emerge at the same time as one comes of age. But some people aren’t born with wisdom teeth. Because of their evolutionary nature, some people will never grow them from the age of ten. Before they surface, you can determine if you have them or not by getting an x-ray.

How Might Wisdom Teeth Affect You?

Even before they emerge, wisdom teeth tend to place force on your other back molars, which can push the adjacent teeth forward as well. If severe, this can affect the spacing of the teeth and cause crowding. Getting wisdom teeth removed is something any good orthodontist will consider when fitting you with braces. The gums at the back of the mouth remain quite soft until they take some time to fully heal, which means that your teeth will have the propensity to shift. It’s advisable to get an x-ray before your wisdom teeth begin to emerge as sometimes they grow in at an angle, which can also disrupt your dental alignment.

If you or a loved one are not sure if they’ll need their wisdom teeth removed, the first step is to get an x-ray, ideally as a pre-teen. Call us today to book a consultation or cleaning at (587) 355‑2524.

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Family dentists in NW Calgary offering comprehensive dental care for your whole family. We look forward to serving surrounding communities Harvest Hills, Beddington Heights, Panorama Hills, Northern Hills, Country Hills, Edgemont, Hamptons, and beyond!

We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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Invisalign For Professionals

We now live in a time where braces are not just for teenagers grappling with acne, aesthetic, and identity. When you are a professional, you already know what you want. If that’s a better smile, Invisalign is your best option.

The Movement of Your Teeth depends on how strong and effective the aligner is in positioning it. Therefore, you need a strong material. Our retainers use incredibly strong polyurethane resin to move your teeth into the correct position. Polyurethane resin is a non-porous plastic that shapes your teeth without exposing your body to any unsafe residue. The duration of time it will take to move your teeth into a correct position entirely depends on how often you wear the retainer and how out of position your teeth are, to begin with. Many people may be more likely to wear their retainer more often if they contact Clear Retain for a transparent retainer that can feel a lot more mentally comfortable to wear.

SmartTrack was designed to improve on the tracking of tooth morphology. Tooth morphology is the rate at which your teeth move to their corrected position. The innovative thing about SmartTrack is how closely it fits over your teeth. Think of retainer material as being like a ski glove that fits over your hand – it may fit fine but there is some loose space for your fingers to move. SmartTrack improves upon the technology by creating a material that has better elasticity to your teeth shape. This material fits more like a tight latex glove as opposed to a loose ski glove. This will shorten the overall duration you have to wear a retainer for by moving your teeth more precisely.

Find Your Best Smile and you may find it expresses the truest you. Until you try Invisalign, you may be unsure of how it will affect your smile. By setting up your own consultation with Metro Dental, you’ll see a shift in your confidence as well as a shift in your dental hygiene. When the options for orthodontics have this little impact on your normal self during treatment, there’s every reason to find out what’s in store for you and get a better smile!

Book a consultation with us today at (587) 355‑2524.

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Family dentists in NW Calgary offering comprehensive dental care for your whole family. We look forward to serving surrounding communities Harvest Hills, Beddington Heights, Panorama Hills, Northern Hills, Country Hills, Edgemont, Hamptons, and beyond!

We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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A New Smile for a New Year

It’s 2018! Many of us are taking a deep breath of the crisp, January air and hoping this year is a little less crazy than the last! Canadians from coast to coast to coast will be reflecting on their successes and failures and deciding in which direction they want to go. Resolutions for fitness, health, and better budgeting are common, but here’s one you might not have thought of — the confidence of a new, beautiful smile.

Many of the big goals set in January are really hard. And that is, in part, because they’re vague, poorly defined, and require constant, ongoing change and vigilance. Simply put, they aren’t “SMART,” and that makes it hard to feel like you’ve ever really accomplished something. You can go to the gym every week for three months, but you quit in April. You’re more fit than you were in January, so did you fail your fitness goal or succeed? Clearly defined goals like: “by the end of 2018, I’m going to touch my toes,” or “this month, I will do 25 pushups in a row,” are much better. These two examples are Specific, Measurable, Action-Oriented, Realistic, and Time-Bound; they’re SMART! Here are our recommendations for your 2018 SMART goals.

See Your Dentist Twice!

We’re not talking about running into your dentist at CostCo — though nice try — we mean schedule two dental appointments that are 6 months apart and go to them! Seeing your Calgary dentist twice a year helps to reduce decay, prevent cavities, keep your mouth healthy!

Cut out the Sugary Drinks.

We know that Canadians love their pop. Whether they’re 8 or 80, many of our patients just can’t get enough of the sickly-sweet bubbly beverages. But we also haven’t met any Canadians who actually believe pop is good for them. That’s why what we’re actually talking about cutting out of your life is juice. A 250mL (1 cup) serving of coke has a whopping 27 grams of sugar, but the same serving size of unsweetened orange juice is not far behind: 22 grams of sugar. What that means is a single cup of OJ is giving your child their entire recommended dose of sugar for an entire day. And just for clarity, orange was the least sweet option. Grapefruit juice has just over 23 grams per 250mL, unsweetened apple juice contains 25 grams of sugar for a 250mL serving, and grape juice has more sugar than pop at 38 grams per 1 cup serving.

Create a Confident, Beautiful Smile.

If you’ve always been a little embarrassed by your smile, or you’re finding yourself looking at old photographs with wistful longing, we suggest making your 2018 goal recapturing your confidence! Invisalign is an effective orthodontic treatment that recreates your smile, fixes your bite, and looks discrete during the entire treatment! In particular, Invisalign is a fantastic tool for professional adults who want to improve their smile, but who work publically as realtors, lawyers, or similar professions and can’t have wires and brackets infantilizing them for the next 3 years. Metro Dental Care also offers botox treatments to smooth wrinkles, vanquish sagging cheeks, and restore your youthful appearance.

Regardless of which goals you set your sights on for 2018, the friendly Calgary dental team at Metro Dental Care wish you the best of luck and complete success. Don’t forget to schedule your dental appoints for 2018, and we look forward to hearing about how your goals are going then!

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We hope to create a friendly and relaxing atmosphere for your visits and our trained staff will place your comfort as their top priority.

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