If you are noticing the potential symptoms of sleep apnea then you may be wondering where you should go for a diagnosis. Our dentist in Delta shares whether your dentist can help to diagnose your sleep apnea and why it commonly goes undiagnosed.
Sometimes our teeth don't seem as bright as they once were and we want to lighten them up, but how do we know how white to go? Our Delta dentists talk about having your teeth professionally whitened and how to use a tooth-whitening shade guide to help decide how bright to go.
If you are going to be having orthodontic treatment using clear aligners then you will need to be prepared to wear them at all times except when eating or drinking. Today, our Delta dentists discuss what happens when you get off track with your Invisalign treatment and how to ensure that you get things back to where they should be.
Both the dental implant and healing processes involve a number of steps in order to be completed properly. However, there are also other factors that will determine how long the healing process will take. Our Delta dentists explain dental implants and how they work as well as what you can expect from the procedure.
If you are missing one or even a few teeth then dentures may give you the opportunity to not only show off a full smile again but also to speak and chew normally. Here, our Delta dentists discuss the various types of dentures and the cost factors associated with each of them.
Sleep apnea is a condition that often goes undiagnosed that can have negative effects on both your oral and overall health. In this post, our Delta dentists explain what sleep apnea is and why treatment is essential to promoting your overall well-being.
With the take-home teeth whitening kits available from Ladner Village Dental, you can safely and effectively whiten your teeth in the comfort of your home. Here, our dentists discuss how often you should whiten your teeth and how to make your results last as long as possible.
Invisalign is a common orthodontic treatment option for patients looking for a straighter smile. Even if you've had prior dental work such as veneers, crowns, or implants, Invisalign orthodontic treatment still may be an option for straightening your teeth.