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Frequently Asked Questions

Unfortunately this is very common and one of the biggest reasons Heather decided to become an independent dental hygienist.  There is often not enough time to really investigate the root of the problem at a traditional dental hygiene appointment.  And without getting to the root of what may be causing the oral health issue, it will continue to be a problem.  You can’t floss your way out of most problems so we take a different approach to help reduce/eliminate the issues and prevent future ones. 

We sure can help! The magic really happens outside of the dental chair and in between your preventative dental appointment so we are able to help people improve their oral health from anywhere in the world.  Computer or smartphone? No problem at all!

Also very common.  It is common to blame things on aging, it is important to note that it is possible to keep your teeth forever!  This is where it is extremely important to have a strong and healthy oral health foundation so when there are changes as we get older, our teeth and gums are more resilient and keep healthy!  

Nope! You are encouraged to stick with your current oral health care professionals.  We help you in between your scheduled preventative dental appointments.  We love helping people improve the health of their mouth and surprise their dentist and dental hygienist! 

In Ontario, Canada a dental hygienist can become self-initiated and work without the order of a dentist.  This helps more people access preventative dental care and dental hygiene services.

That depends on many factors such as location, type of service/program and insurance carrier.  As a courtesy we will help you maximize your benefits if applicable and we care for you based on your individual needs and not based on what insurance covers or doesn’t.

The mouth is said to be a mirror to the body and can offer many clues as to what is going on in the body.  There is more and more research about the oral-systemic link. Often sensitive teeth, gum issues and cavities are not the problem itself but a symptom of something else going on in the body.  We will work with you to help you connect your mouth to your body so that not only your oral health improves but the health of your entire body!