Dr. Gurpreet Gill
My choice to become a dentist is one of the most rewarding decisions I have made. I love the professional relationships that I develop with our clients. I always knew I would do something in the dental field when as a teenager I would pull out my younger cousins baby teeth. I grew up in Calgary which is the only home I know. In 1999, I graduated from the dental hygiene program at the University of Alberta with a diploma in dental hygiene. I didn’t stop there…I decided to continue on and get my Doctor of Dental Medicine degree. In 2004, I graduated Goldman School of Dental Medicine at Boston University. My dental office Expressions Dental™ has become a second home for me as the members of my dental team are like my family. We spend one on one time with our clients and offer personalized service that is only suitable to him/her. We take care to explain our treatment plans and make ourselves available to address any questions or concerns. We are a preventive dental office and want to see good oral health for our clients.
Protecting your teeth against acid attack should be part of an overall balanced diet and these suggestions should help you keep to an eating pattern which is healthy-not too high in fat, salt, sugar and alcohol with plenty of vegetables and fruit at mealtimes. SWAP THIS FOR THIS CARBONATED FLAVORED DRINKS WATER, SPARKLING WATER, MILK,
To stop the damage that acidic foods are doing to your teeth, you need to make small adjustments in the way you eat and drink some foods. You can do this in 3 ways. Choose alternative snacks and drinks to reduce how often you have acidic drinks and foods When you do have acidic foods,