Most of us, if asked if we know what a tooth is, would answer, “Of course!” But what really makes up the anatomy of your teeth? The intricacy and complexity of a tooth, from its outer enamel to its innermost nerve tissue, might just surprise you! Let’s the a look at the three layers of a tooth and the roles they play in keeping you chewing and smiling like a champ.
A Relaxing Ambient Experience
You want to feel comfortable whenever you step into a dentists office. This means your dentist should use professional equipment and maintain a clean office.
It goes further than that for us though. We feel like you should be able to relax and enjoy your experience with us. That’s why we continue to renovate our office to contain the most advanced tools and technology available, as well as provide you with an aesthetically pleasing environment.
Check out the recent flooring and cabinet upgrades we just finished at Royal Oak Dental Clinic in Victoria, BC!
Having x-rays taken is just part of your regular dental appointment, right? After all, x-rays help the dentist identify trouble spots and potential cavities. However, just as technology in photography has changed dramatically over the past two decades, so has the technology surrounding dental x-rays evolved. Today, you’ll want a dentist that has digital dental x-ray equipment in their clinic. [Read more…]
Smiling is something that most of us do several times throughout the day without even thinking. Often a smile comes when we greet someone, we hear a joke, or we are just plain happy. It is a great way to show others that you are having a good time and enjoying your day.
Think about this though… What if smiling actually had a huge impact on your overall health? If it did, would it help to increase the amount of time you spend smiling every day? Well the truth is that smiling does much more than make you feel and look great. Smiling can directly affect your overall health. Believe it or not, there are 5 great benefits to your health that can be received by simply smiling throughout the day.
Just remember, as you look through this list, that a smile is free and actually takes less facial muscles than the standard frown!