With about 4 weeks left until Christmas is here, Dr Benita Yan And Dr Georgie Rosenbaum want to help people who are not as fortunate as many of us. We want to have your help. For every patient that shares with us here on Facebook their favourite Christmas memory or favourite dental experience at the office and we will make a donation to a charity one of my patients runs that provides anonymous donations to families in need to provide Christmas meals. Please have your friends join too. If they join our Facebook page and like us and share their favourite Christmas memory we will make a donation for them too. Every memory shared we will donate and help feed Calgarians in need. We will run this program for the next 2 weeks so please invite your friends and family and share your positive memories about the holidays or best Northpointe dental memory.

Bleaching makes a great Christmas gift for loved ones or friends or for yourself. The first picture shows an in office technique and the next shows the take home trays and the third picture is possible results. White teeth is a lasting gift and we would love to have you come in to have us answer your questions and to explain more.

LOSE IT OR USE IT!!! This is a reminder that many people have yearly limits for their insurance. If you don't use your provided yearly insurance by the end of the year you lose the money that the insurance would pay for this year. Why let the insurance keep this money that is yours to use. Come in and let us help you get what you are paying for. There is only 8 weeks left before you lose this year limits and you have paid the insurance for this so don't let them keep your money. Book now and use what've limits you have left and maximize your treatment so you don't end paying for it later. We want to help you get them most out of what your plan allows each year. Make an appointment today.

Fangs?? Straightening teeth is as easy as it is invisible with Invisalign. Call now 403-226-1155 to book a for a free consultation to learn how Invisalign can help fix your fangs and give you the smile you have always wanted.

Brushing Tip When brushing your teeth, position the bristles of the toothbrush at an angle of 45 degrees near the gum line. Both the gum line and the tooth surface should be in contact with the bristles. Use the technique described below and remember to get the inside and outside surfaces of the very last teeth top and bottom. These teeth are often missed when the cheeks or tongue get in the way. Close your mouth a little to get these teeth and use a small toothbrush for better results brushing your last teeth. Brush the outer surfaces of the teeth using a back-and-forth, up-and-down motion, then circular motion. Do not scrub hard and always use a soft toothbrush. If you scrub too hard back and forth or use a hard toothbrush you can damage your gums or exposed roots and this can lead to sensitivity. To clean the inside surfaces of the teeth and gums, place the bristles at a 45-degree angle again and repeat the back-and-forth, up-and-down motion, circular motion. Lastly, brush your tongue and the roof of your mouth to remove bacteria, which might cause bad breath.

NorthPointe dental wants to wish all our kid clients a happy Halloween. Remember to brush and floss off all the candy.

DENTAL IMPLANTS Make a FREE consultation with Dr Georgie and discover if you are a candidate for dental implants and learn their advantages versus other means to replace teeth. Implants can be used to hold a single crown, or used to hold a bridge or even help keep a denture from moving around.

This thanksgiving I would like to thank everyone who has trusted me to look after their oral health needs. I am grateful to have such great clients to work with and a great team to be able to serve everyone with. I could not do what I do daily if it wasn't for my wonderful staff and patients. I hope everyone has a wonderful thanksgiving and is healthy and happy.

Fall is back-to-school season for many. These back to school dental tips can help you stay healthy. Set a specific time to brush your teeth. If you have a fixed schedule like most parents and students you should know ahead of time when you will and won’t be home. Figure out exactly when you plan to brush your teeth each day. Even if you can only do it at lunchtime and before you go to bed, that’s much better than not brushing at all. Incorporate brushing habits into your routine for yourself and your kids for example, pick a specific time after dinner to brush your kids teeth well. As the morning brush might be rushed getting them ready for school. Don’t forget to floss your teeth and your kids. Some people neglect to floss their teeth because they focus on brushing. Flossing can take practice, but it’s very important if you want to maintain your oral health. If you haven’t flossed much in the past, your gums may bleed a little when you start flossing regularly, but this should pass within a few days or weeks of regular flossing. Please find a time in the day to floss your kids teeth if they are not old enough. Pack healthy foods and drinks. Consider bringing a travel toothbrush to school or work if you will be gone all day and will have a chance to brush your teeth there. If this isn’t an option, at least make sure you pack healthy foods and drinks. Avoid packing sugary foods and beverages that can eat away at your teeth all day until you get a chance to go home and brush them! Bring a refillable water bottle to school and you’ll always have a healthy beverage option. In all the chaos of the season, don’t forget to follow these back to school dental tips and make an appointment with your dentist for a cleaning or checkup if you haven’t been in for a while. It’s important not to neglect your health while you’re maintaining a busy life.

Fall is back-to-school season for many. These back to school dental tips can help you stay healthy. Set a specific time to brush your teeth. If you have a fixed schedule like most parents and students you should know ahead of time when you will and won’t be home. Figure out exactly when you plan to brush your teeth each day. Even if you can only do it at lunchtime and before you go to bed, that’s much better than not brushing at all. Incorporate brushing habits into your routine for yourself and your kids for example, pick a specific time after dinner to brush your kids teeth well. As the morning brush might be rushed getting them ready for school. Don’t forget to floss your teeth and your kids. Some people neglect to floss their teeth because they focus on brushing. Flossing can take practice, but it’s very important if you want to maintain your oral health. If you haven’t flossed much in the past, your gums may bleed a little when you start flossing regularly, but this should pass within a few days or weeks of regular flossing. Please find a time in the day to floss your kids teeth if they are not old enough. Pack healthy foods and drinks. Consider bringing a travel toothbrush to school or work if you will be gone all day and will have a chance to brush your teeth there. If this isn’t an option, at least make sure you pack healthy foods and drinks. Avoid packing sugary foods and beverages that can eat away at your teeth all day until you get a chance to go home and brush them! Bring a refillable water bottle to school and you’ll always have a healthy beverage option. In all the chaos of the season, don’t forget to follow these back to school dental tips and make an appointment with your dentist for a cleaning or checkup if you haven’t been in for a while. It’s important not to neglect your health while you’re maintaining a busy life.