The Honeybee Centre Festival winners have been announced!! Congratulations to the lucky winners: Annika (7), Blake (7), Maia (6), Stephanie (6) and Jana (4).
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Clayton Dental Center’s Tooth Fairy can be seen around the community at different events, here she is at the Honeybee Center Festival. Look for her around town and ask for a free toothbrush!
Clayton Dental Center donated 2 Take Home Tooth Whitening Kits to the Fraser Downs’ silent auction which raised $30000 for the Langley Barn Fire.
A little taste of what our Canada Day celebrations involved this year.
This year we were apart of the Cloverdale Rodeo Parade. We also walked the fairgrounds giving out freebies to all the attendees. What a great day, can’t wait for next year’s rodeo already, yeehaw!
This year, we participated in the Clayton Community Festival, a local event with lots of family fun activities such as bouncy castles, petting zoos and face painting. We had a great time giving away fun prizes and getting to know people in our community.
Thank you to everyone who came out to celebrate with us, we hope to see you again next year!
Clayton Dental Centre had a visit from the tooth fairy on May 14, 2014. Everyone had a great time taking pictures with the tooth fairy and participating in our fun raffle draws. A big thank you to Sonic 104.9 and the tooth fairy for stopping by!
At Clayton Dental Centre, we love being part of the Surrey community! This year, we participated in the Clayton Community Festival, a local event with lots of family fun activities such as bouncy castles, petting zoos and face painting.
Thank you to everyone who came out to be a part of our festivities and play to win on our Spinning Wheel or enter to win puppy plushies! We had over 500 entrants in total!
For photos of the winners and more photos of the event, please visit the official Clayton Dental Facebook Page.
If you’re suffering from a toothache, contact your Surrey dentist, Clayton Dental Center, as soon as possible – your tooth may be abscessed and require emergency dental care. Come in to Clayton Dental Center to avoid complications such as surgery or a tooth extraction if you experience any type of toothache.
The good news is, there are some tried and true toothache pain relief methods and here they are, brought to you by the caring team of oral health care experts at Clayton Dental, your Surrey dentist.
- Cold Compress
Applying a cold compress to your jaw should alleviate a toothache. The cold reduces blood flow to the site and therefore reduces swelling and pain. Apply a cold compress as often as necessary until the pain subsides.
- Pain Medication
Pain medication can help relieve a toothache but be sure not to exceed the recommended dose. Pain relievers such as aspirin and Advil typically contain anti-inflammatory medicine which can reduce the pain and swelling associated with a toothache.
- Warm Salt Water and Baking Soda
Salt and Baking Soda combine to make an excellent anti-bacterial mouth-rise that can help reduce the amount of bacteria in your mouth and potentially reduce the swelling and pain that stems from a toothache.
- Clove Oil and Garlic
Pure clove oil, available in most drugstores, can act as a numbing agent if applied directly to the tooth. Don’t apply to the gums or apply too much as clove oil can be poisonous in too-high quantities. If you don’t want to use clove oil, a clove of garlic is an excellent substitute – simply hold it against the tooth for a few minutes and rinse with warm water afterward.
- Teabag Therapy
Teas such as black and green teas are high in tannins, which are known to reduce swelling and help your blood to clot and therefore improve healing. Microwave the teabag in a small dish filled with water for about 30 seconds or until warm, squeeze the excess water and bite down on the teabag, holding it against your tooth/gum.
However, remember that any toothache is a bad toothache so contact your Surrey dentist, Clayton Dental Center, for an appointment as soon as possible.