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Here, the dentists and team at Lake of the Woods Dental share helpful resources, tips, and advice for your dental health.

Recognizing the Symptoms of TMJ Pain

Today, our Kenora dentists are here to discuss the signs that may indicate you have TMJ disorder, and how it can be treated.

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Manual vs. Electric Toothbrushes

Both manual and electric toothbrushes can be used to effectively clean your teeth. Here, our Kenora dentists discuss the benefits that electric toothbrushes may offer, depending on your needs.

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Root Canals: Are they really that bad?

In the past, a tooth with nerve damage would probably need to be removed. These days, however, our Kenora dentists can perform a root canal procedure to save a tooth with minimal time and discomfort. 

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Proper Teeth Brushing Technique

Teeth brushing is important in preventing tooth decay and gum disease. Our Kenora dentists explain the proper techniques for brushing your teeth and why it's so important to follow at home. 

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What You Should Know About Root Canal Recovery

Root canals may sound scary, but with a good understanding of what to expect during the recovery, you can have a positive experience that helps maintain a healthy smile for years to come.

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Do I Have Sleep Apnea, or Am I Just Snoring?

Sleep apnea and snoring may seem similar, but they are two completely different issues. Here, our Kenora dentists explain the differences, and why they're important.

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Sleep Apnea - What It Is & Treatment Options

Sleep is vital to your health and overall wellbeing. That's why dentists offer solutions for sleep disorders, like sleep apnea. Here, our Kenora dentists explain what sleep apnea is and how they can help with treatment options. 

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10 Dental Hygiene Tips for Healthy Teeth & Gums

At Lake of the Woods Dental, we know that healthy teeth and gums contribute to overall wellness. Here, our dentists share their top 10 dental hygiene tips for keeping your smile healthy.

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3 Signs You May Need a Root Canal

While problems related to the root and pulp of your tooth can only be diagnosed by a dentist, there are some symptoms you should look out for. Here, our Kenora dentists outline three signs that you may need a root canal.

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Types of TMJ Disorders

The temporomandibular joint, commonly called TMJ, is one of the most complex joints in the human body. Here, our Kenora dentists describe three main types of disorders of the TMJ joint.

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