Your oral health depends on how well you take care of your smile–and that you do so regularly. The Dentist in Uptown Toronto, Dr. Tamo, teaches patients how to brush, floss and eat tooth-friendly diets. She will also ask that you and your family come to Dentistry @ 1881 every six months to receive complete oral exams and professional cleanings. These services are a great investment in the health of your smiles.
December 17, 2016
November 8, 2016
Your children’s dental health is so important. It affects how they eat, how they speak, how they look and even how they learn. Please schedule their routine oral exams and cleanings with the children’s dentist in Uptown Toronto, Dr. Janet Tamo. From toddlerhood through their teen years and beyond, your kids will receive superior preventive and restorative care in a comfortable, patient-centered atmosphere.
September 24, 2016
Flossing tends to be the at-home dental practice that patients neglect most often, but it is essential to protect against tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing alone doesn’t access the spaces between teeth or below the gum line. Flossing is the best way to prevent plaque buildup in these hard to reach dental nooks and crannies. When done properly every day, flossing makes your teeth feel cleaner, freshens breath, and leaves you with healthier looking teeth and gums. Take a step toward extraordinary dental health – start flossing or flossing better today. Call Dr. Janet Tamo and her caring team to find out more about best practices in at-home oral health care, or to schedule your Canadian Dental Association (CDA) recommended twice annual checkup today.
April 21, 2015
From a young age, we’re all told how important it is to brush our teeth, but how many of us are actually instructed as to how to do it properly? Studies show that approximately one quarter of Canadians has failed to see a dentist in the past year, and many brush their teeth in a way that does not actively prevent tooth decay. The primary reason for this is that many of us tend to rush through our home hygiene routine.
What is the Right Way to Brush My Teeth?
The Canadian Dental Association recommends that teeth be brushed for two minutes, twice per day, and that each tooth brushing session be broken down into four quadrants, or sections. If you spend just 30 seconds on the bottom left, 30 more seconds on the bottom right, and so on, you’ll find that your two minutes flies by faster than you might expect. Breaking down your brush time this way also helps to ensure that each and every tooth is getting the close attention it needs. (more…)