What Should I Know About Oral Health?

1. Should I be flossing my teeth daily? YES

Proper Daily Care Can Prevent A Lifetime of Problems

One dentist recommended that you only floss the teeth you want to keep. It doesn't get much clearer than that.

2. Can poor oral health lead to heart disease? YES

Studies Are Showing That Oral Health Impacts Overall Health

Science is now showing that poor oral health can increase the chances of getting serious health complications like diabetes and heart disease.

3. Can poor oral health affect my baby? YES

Poor Oral Health Can Affect Your Pregnancy

Studies have shown that poor oral health can result in lower birth weights and pre-term deliveries.

4. Can a dentist detect early health problems? YES

Your Mouth Shows What's Happening In Your Body

Using an intra-oral camera we can detect mouth lesions that can be early signs of more serious health problems.

5. Can my smile affect my personal success? YES

Healthy Smiles Leave Lasting Impressions

It's a well known fact that people are drawn to people with welcoming smiles. We can help you overcome common dental problems and restore your smile confidence.

6. Do you provide free consultations? YES

We're Committed To Your Overall Health

Ask us about improving your oral health during your next visit. We can help you create a healthier and happier you.

Hi Everyone,

I hope this message finds you and your families well. As most of you are aware the city of Winnipeg has moved into red/critical on the pandemic response system. As we are following strict Public/Manitoba Dental Association guidelines we want to assure you that we are doing everything required and are able to continue seeing you safely in the clinic.

The clinic is OPEN for us to see you at your scheduled appointment to provide you with your dental care needs. We are essential care workers and will continue to do routine dental work that will include dental cleanings, fillings, root canals, and extractions in a covid free, sterile environment.

Thank you again for your patience and support throughout this very difficult time. Please call us if you have any questions or concerns. We will continue to provide you with updates as the situation continues to change.

Stay safe and take care.
The Team at Garden City Dental Centre