Dental Advice

COVID-19 Update: Patient Health & Safety

    Dear valued patients,   March 19, 2020 Update: As directed by The College of Dental Surgeons of BC, we will be cancelling all appointments this week and are closed until further notice. Dr. Kevin Andersen will still be available for Dental Emergencies.  Our team will be rescheduling patients and available to answer questions…

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Foods You Can and Can’t Eat After Teeth Whitening

Aside from brushing beforehand (assuming your teeth are in good shape) you don’t need to worry about preparing too much for your teeth whitening. Supposing you’ve got your teeth whitening done though you’re probably curious what foods you can eat afterwards.  However, ensure your teeth whitening process goes smoothly though first. While the effectiveness of some teeth…

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Read more on Take Care Of Tooth Decay ASAP!

Take Care Of Tooth Decay ASAP!

Did you know that cavities (dental caries) and tooth decay are considered to be one of the most preventable childhood diseases? Uncomfortable, avoidable and stinky…tooth decay is no joke. And, it won’t simply go away if you try to ignore it; it will only continue to spread and cause more health issues that can affect…

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Dental Fillings: What to Expect

Want to know more about dental fillings and what to expect before, during, or after the procedure? You may be reeling over the recent news that you have a cavity and would like to know more about how to proceed. Then follow along—this blog will reveal the reality of dental fillings! Dental Fillings: What to…

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Read more on 5 Reasons Why Adults Are Avoiding The Dentist

5 Reasons Why Adults Are Avoiding The Dentist

Have you been proudly showing off your pearly whites in all of your summer photos so far? Perhaps there is a little voice inside of your head reminding you that you are overdue for your dental checkup and hygiene appointment? There are many reasons people are avoiding the dentist. New Look Dental in West Kelowna…

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Read more on Do Energy Drinks Rot Your Teeth?

Do Energy Drinks Rot Your Teeth?

Chances are, you’ve heard sugary beverages can lead to tooth decay. But what about highly acidic drinks? In a misguided search for a healthier alternative, many people are switching from drinking sodas to drinking sports and energy drinks. Unfortunately, the acidic levels in these drinks can erode tooth enamel, leading to cavities and even tooth…

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