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Oral hygiene is necessary for the prevention of cavities and gum diseases. Although it’s important to make sure your kids learn and follow correct brushing and flossing techniques, adults (who are over 35) are more prone to losing teeth to cavities and periodontal disease. If you feel that you haven’t been paying enough attention to your oral hygiene all these years, don't waste time regretting. As they say, it's better late than never! You can count on Grant Dental Centre for dental care in Winnipeg.

It’s interesting to learn that oral hygiene enables you to prevent dental diseases and bad breath to a greater extent. Also, healthy gums don’t bleed easily, which lessens the introduction of bacteria into your bloodstream. This helps to reduce the bacteria load in your heart. Besides heart disease, gum disease has also been scientifically linked to other health issues such as diabetes and respiratory infection. Simple activities like brushing and flossing, when performed daily, remove bacterial plaque and thereby avoid the need for complicated, expensive dental procedures.



A dental visit may lead to anxieties both in children and in adults. However, your child may perceive every visit to our clinic as a fun experience if we succeed in creating a pleasant impression. Grant Dental Centre endeavours to create a comfortable, positive experience. Let us get it right the very first time; schedule your appointment today!

Most people are unaware that they need to schedule their child’s first visit by age one or within six months after the first tooth erupts. If you have missed out on that, do not delay it any further. Schedule your appointment today.

Last but not least, as a parent you play an important role in instilling brushing and flossing habits in your kids. Please note that it is not just about brushing and flossing properly, but also proper nutrition and avoiding sugar, acidic food, and drinks. If you need any help, feel free to approach us.


From oral hygiene to cosmetic dentistry, our goal is to spread healthy, bright smiles.

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