Over time, even those who brush regularly may notice that their teeth aren’t as pearly white as they used to be—and worse, that they may be turning yellowish in colour [more]
Saliva has a variety of key functions in our mouths. It helps us to taste and digest our foods, keeps our mouths comfortable, fights germs, and helps to prevent bad [more]
CADH Students Achieve 92% pass rate on the Dental Hygiene Board Exam Solidifies CADH as one of the leading Dental Hygiene colleges in Canada.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the necessity of access to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for those in healthcare professions, PPE has always been an important component of care in [more]
One quick look at our teeth can tell us a lot about our oral health. While going to the dentist twice a year is important, it’s not always enough to [more]
Toothpaste is an everyday product, used daily by people from around the world in an effort to maintain their dental hygiene. There are countless varieties to choose from—toothpaste meant to [more]
You might have heard it before—someone blaming their frequent cavities on “bad genes” or complaining that their teeth aren’t as white as they’d like because white teeth don’t “run in [more]
Dental care matters at any age. However, for seniors there are a few additional considerations to keep in mind. Dental assistants often advise clients on how to take proper care [more]
Oral anatomy refers to the structure, function, identity, and developmental processes which work to constitute human teeth. Oral anatomy is all about how to classify the teeth, the processes by [more]
Interested in working towards dental assistant career opportunities? Here’s what you should know about encouraging children to practice good oral healthcare.