• Importance of Baby Teeth

    Importance of Baby Teeth

    Primary teeth, commonly called as baby teeth, begin to develop in the fetus at about six weeks of age. After a few months – six months to be exact – baby teeth start to erupt one by one. The first tooth to erupt is usually the middle, front tooth found in the lower jaw known

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  • Your Summer Oral Health Care Guide, Part 2

    Your Summer Oral Health Care Guide, Part 2

    In our previous article, we already discussed some tips on how to keep your oral health a priority while enjoying your summer vacation. In addition, we will share some more tips on how you can enjoy eating and drinking while attending summer barbeques and festivals. Drink more water It’s summer and humid – be sure to keep yourself

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  • Your Summer Oral Health Care Guide, Part 1

    Your Summer Oral Health Care Guide, Part 1

    Summer is fast approaching and you, surely, are excited to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in the beautiful outdoors. Locals and tourists alike  engage in activities like hiking, canoeing, watersports, camping, and a lot of festivals. With all these extra activities, it can be quite hard to keep up with a good oral hygiene and chances

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  • The Negative Effects of Sugar, Part II

    The Negative Effects of Sugar, Part II

    Our friends from Health Ambition are sharing their knowledge and expertise this week; Helen Sanders is the guest author of this two-part series, explaining the negative effects of sugar.  The original post can be found on the Health Ambition site here. By Helen Sanders, Health Ambition The Negative Effects of Sugar Sugar Has No Nutritional

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