You’ve made it through months or years of wearing braces, and you’ve received your retainer. It's an exciting time! Now all you need to do is wear your retainer and maintain it properly. But how? Our Fort St. John dentists explain.
The Avenue Dental Blog
In our dental health blogs you will find tips and advice from our Fort St. John dentists and team to help keep your smile healthy and happy.
Many parents wonder when they should book an orthodontic evaluation for their kids. Our Fort St. John dentists provide insight and advice about signs to watch for and how early orthodontics can benefit the oral health of children.
COVID-19 has left almost no aspect of our lives unchanged, and that includes our routine appointments with the orthodontist. In this post, we’ll discuss the new rules and regulations regarding seeing your Fort St. John orthodontist during these uncertain times.
Your family's dental needs will change as they progress through different stages of life. In this post, our Fort St. John dentists explain the ins and outs of family dentistry and how we help kids, teens, adults and seniors keep their smiles healthy.
Many first-time orthodontic patients have questions about the different orthodontic options and how their treatment will impact their oral health. Here are 10 commonly asked questions our Fort St. John dentists have received from patients.
Your temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is one of your body’s most complex joints and can experience issues leading to discomfort, headaches and other symptoms. Here, our Fort St. John dentists explain three main types of TMJ disorders (TMD), symptoms and treatment options.
Full-Family, Full-Life Dental Care
At Alaska Avenue Dental, we are here for you and your family... for life. Whether you simply need a regular check-up and hygiene, you believe you need a filling or crown, or you or your children may need orthdontic care, we are your one-stop dental practice in Fort St. John, BC.
Tips for a Healthy Smile from the Alaska Avenue Dental Team
Sugar plays a big role in the development of cavities. Avoid foods with 'hidden' sugars, like crackers, processed food, and milk. Brushing twice daily, swishing with water or chewing sugarless gum after meals can reduce the harmful of effect sugar on your teeth.