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Here, our Kelowna dentists and team share helpful resources, tips and advice for your dental health.

How Much Will My Teeth Hurt When Using Invisalign Clear Aligners?

In this post, our Kelowna dentists explain why your teeth may hurt a bit during treatment with clear aligners, and what you can do about Invisalign pain.

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What is the difference between dental implants and dental bridges?

Dental bridges and dental implants are both fixed replacements for missing teeth. Our Kelowna dentists will help you choose the option that’s appropriate for your unique needs.

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12 Tips for Wearing Clear Aligners From Our Dentists

Are you wondering how you can get the most out of your clear aligners - and how to wear them so you'll feel as comfortable as possible? Our Kelowna dentists review some tips for you.

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Why is Restorative Dental Care So Important?

In this post, our Kelowna dentists explain the different types of restorative dental treatments and how they help restore your smile.

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Little Things You Can & Can't Do with a Clear Aligner

If you’re considering treatment with clear aligners, you might be wondering what you can and can’t do with them, and how they’ll influence your lifestyle. Today, our Kelowna dentists share advice to keep in mind.

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Dental Crowns & Bridges for Missing Teeth

Your dentist may recommend dental crowns or bridges if you've lost a tooth. Our Kelowna dentists will help you understand the differences and what to expect from your tooth replacement.

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Eating with Clear Aligners: The Complete Guide

Because clear aligners are removable, you’ll enjoy not having dietary restrictions during your treatment. But today, our Kelowna dentists explain some other things you should know about eating and drinking with clear aligners.

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Gum Disease & Gum Care: Information, Prevention & Care

Our Kelowna dentists explain how to prevent periodontitis and improve gum health.

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