We sat down with Guelph Dentist to ask him a few questions about how he translates his love for dentistry into an exceptional patient experience. Dr. Michael Nessim has been practicing at Dawson Dental Centre Guelph North with Dr. Gelfand since 2010. Q: If you could
It is very important to start a good oral hygiene routine with your children early in order to prevent tooth decay and gum disease. You should begin to brush your child’s teeth at the time that their first tooth erupts
Did you know that the Canadian Dental Association recommends that the first visit to the Dentist take place 6 months after the eruption of the first tooth? This is usually before your child's first birthday and although it may seem
We sat down with Aurora / Newmarket dentist Dr. Jo-Anne Meyer to ask her a few questions about how she translates her love for dentistry into an exceptional patient experience. Dr. Meyer has been practicing with Dr. Gelfand since 2001
We sat down with Toronto downtown dentist Dr. Naila Ladha to ask her a few questions about how she translates her love for dentistry into an exceptional patient experience. Learn more about Dr. Ladha by following her on twitter: @SmilesByNaila Q
There are plenty of things in life we know to do regularly that help us stay healthy – like getting a good night's sleep, eating properly, and getting enough exercise. Another important way to stay healthy is by visiting your
The holiday season is an exciting time with all kinds of festive gatherings and celebrations. Amid all the merriment, remember to take proper care of your teeth and gums. A big night out of "festivities", including alcoholic beverages and perhaps some
Okay, we know that a visit to the dentist is probably not at the top of your list of favourite things to do … but it's certainly not something to avoid. At Dawson Dental we have dentists across Ontario from Toronto dentists to Cambridge dentists who pride themselves on making your visits as enjoyable as possible. Plus, modern dentistry has made such strides over the years that a large percentage of our regular dental care procedures cause little to no discomfort. But unfortunately some myths and misconceptions still prevail. So let's take a moment to set the record straight.