Read Our Blog from Dr. Gary Mannarino at Devon Plaza Dental

For advice, tips and other helpful information related to dental care, check out the latest blog posts from Dr. Gary Mannarino at Devon Plaza Dental! We will post blogs frequently, so be sure to check back soon! If you have any questions, please contact us today.

  • 15/02/2019
    Cosmetic Dentistry for Damaged Teeth

    Having teeth that are damaged, broken or missing due to an accident or decay can seriously affect one’s self esteem. If this is true for you, cosmetic dentistry services can be used to repair your damaged and broken teeth. Dr. Mannarino at Devon Dental Plaza provides treatments for people in LaSalle and Windsor, Ontario and can give you the same confidence he has given to many others.

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  • 29/05/2018
    Are You a Good Candidate for Dental Veneers?

    If you’re unhappy with your smile, it can significantly affect your life. People with anxiety about the appearance of their teeth may be less likely to participate in social activities or find them to be more stressful when they do. Luckily, your local dentist is here to help.

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  • 09/03/2018
    When to See Your Family Dentist

    The best way to ensure healthy teeth and gums is to visit your dentist on a regular basis. An experienced family dentist in Windsor, Ontario will provide every member of your family with the preventative dentistry services they need to maintain good oral health at any age. At Devon Plaza Dental, Dr. Gary Mannarino understands people have different dental needs at different stages of life. Here are the appointment schedules that we typically recommend for our patients.

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  • 23/11/2017
    The Secret to a Straighter Smile

    As an adult, it’s difficult to undergo teeth straightening procedures and still maintain your professional demeanour in the workplace. Braces are the most effective way to get the straighter smile you’ve always wanted, but they can be uncomfortable and unsightly. At Devon Plaza Dental, Dr. Gary Mannarino can straighten your teeth without the use of aesthetically displeasing adult braces. Let’s walk through the different ways you can keep your teeth straight and looking their best.

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  • 16/08/2017
    Recent Advancements in Cosmetic Dentistry

    There have been numerous advancements in dentistry over the past decade. Perhaps in no other area has this been more obvious than in restorative and cosmetic dentistry. Many people choose cosmetic dentistry in LaSalle and Windsor, Ontario to correct issues of tooth discolouration, tooth damage, and tooth misalignment. Dr. Gary Mannarino, a LaSalle and Windsor dentist at Devon Plaza Dental, is happy to let you know that industry advancements have made cosmetic dental procedures more effective and affordable than ever.

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  • 20/07/2017
    Maintenance Tips for Your Dentures

    According to a 2010 CTV News report, the number of Canadians who are now edentulous or without teeth, as dentists like to say, has fallen off greatly in recent years, and according to the Oral Health component of the Canada Health Measures Survey (CHMS), only 6.6 per cent of the Canadian population aged 20-79 reports they have no teeth of their own. That compares to 1990, when 17 per cent of the population had no teeth.

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  • 29/03/2017
    The Role of Plaque and Tartar in Dental Issues and How to Eliminate Both

    Your dentist may have already said a thing or two about plaque and tartar. But what may not yet be clear is just how powerful a role these culprits play in causing dental health complications. Plaque and tartar are leading causes of dental decay and gum disease. Eradicating them is the best way to ensure optimum oral health.

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  • 07/03/2017
    Tooth Sensitivity: What Causes It and How to Prevent It

    Tooth sensitivity can put you on edge. Come mealtime, a single bite into something too hot, cold, sweet or acidic, can send flares of sharp pain buzzing through your mouth. Tooth sensitivity can occur for a number of possible reasons, and the solution isn’t always the same. But one thing that’s universally true about tooth sensitivity is that it always warrants a visit to your dentist. Only a professional can rule out the possibility that significant dental issues are behind your discomfort.

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