We have now resumed all dental treatments! Our team has all the enhanced safety measures to ensure you have a safe visit. Please call us at 604-423-3737 or book online to go through pre-screening and to schedule an appointment.
Three Questions To Ask Your Dentist During Your Next Visit

We are constantly being reminded about the importance of routine dental exams and that we should brush our teeth at least twice a day. However, oral health is so much more than checkups and brushing. Did you know much of our overall health is linked to our oral health?  Our team at Simply Wellness Dental

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August 9, 2021
Tips To Get Rid Of Bad Breath For Good

Halitosis, commonly known as bad breath, is usually associated with poor oral hygiene. The good news is that there are ways for you to alleviate bad breath permanently. Here are some tips we recommend for keeping your breath minty fresh.

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July 21, 2021
How To Level Up Your Oral Hygiene Routine

Taking care of your oral hygiene is an ongoing process, and the steps that you take to improve your oral health will also help your overall health. At Simply Wellness Dental, oral hygiene is our passion, and we are dedicated to giving you tools and tips to achieve a healthier smile. These tips are great

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June 15, 2021
What Cosmetic Dentistry Can Do For Your Smile!

It’s important to feel good about the way we look. Our smiles have a big impact on our self-esteem and says a lot about us! At Simply Wellness Dental, we want you to feel confident with your smile, and we have a few ways to help you achieve it. For those looking to enhance their

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May 4, 2021
Oral Health Is Essential

Lets face it, everyone wants a beautiful smile. Whether it’s getting ready for picture day, or your first day on the job, it’s important to feel confident in the way you look. When you prioritize your oral health, you’re not just ensuring that your teeth look good, but making sure they feel good too. We

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April 6, 2021
Why You Should Consider Professional Dental Cleaning This Spring

According to the Canadian Health Measures Survey (CHMS) conducted by Statistics Canada, a significant portion of the Canadian population has oral health problems requiring a professional’s attention. The most prevalent dental health problems among Canadians are untreated coronal cavities, tooth decay, and gum disease. However, no one needs to suffer from these oral health conditions

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March 15, 2021
How Stress Could Be Affecting Your Smile

Stress is known to affect both physical and mental health. However, did you know that long-term stress can affect your smile? According to a study, people under a lot of stress can have more oral health complications. Our team has put together some of the most common oral problems that are linked to stress. Gum

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February 16, 2021
Smile, 2021 Is Here!

According to a study by Health Canada, your teeth are the first thing people notice when they meet you. A healthy smile can go a long way in terms of making a good first impression. We understand that everybody wants that celebrity smile, but not everybody actually puts in the effort to achieve it! Even

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January 12, 2021
Holiday Tips For Your Oral Health!

December is here, and we are all excited for the upcoming holidays. This season is famous for celebration and feasting. While most of these food choices are sugary and pose a risk to your oral health, there are several things you can do to ensure your smile stays beaming even after the holidays are over.

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December 16, 2020
Consider Your Oral Health This Cold And Flu Season

As the adage says, ‘seasons come and go’ — but that should not be true for your oral health. Despite the season, you need to be aware of the dos and don’ts to keep your smile healthy and happy! Take Care Of Your Smile This Season The cold and flu season is among us. However,

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November 15, 2020
Healthy Halloween Smiles For Your Family

Halloween is the perfect opportunity to treat your family to a few of their favourite sweets! However, it’s not an excuse to let everyone indulge in endless amounts of candy. Sugary snacks can lead to oral problems if your mouth isn’t clean thoroughly afterwards! To avoid any spooky smiles this Halloween, our team has put

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October 15, 2020
A New Start To a Different School Year

A new school year always feels like a fresh start. It’s an opportunity to get back into routine, reunite with friends and even learn a new thing or two. We understand that this school year is looking a bit different for kids across the country. No matter if your child is starting the school year

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September 16, 2020