• The Link Between Oral Health and Overall Health

    The Link Between Oral Health and Overall Health

    Gum disease will affect seven out of 10 Canadians at a point in their lives, according to the Canadian Dental Association, and the same study showed that those over 65 years of age had an increased potential for periodontal disease. Oral health is directly related to overall health, and diseases originating in the mouth or in

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  • Spring Cleaning: Oral Health Edition

    Spring Cleaning: Oral Health Edition

    When was the last time you went to the dentist? If you answered “more than six months ago”, it’s about time you made an appointment. Getting a professional dental cleaning at least twice a year is one of the most basic dental tips to improve your oral health.  With Spring just around the corner, it’s

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  • Protecting Sensitive Teeth in the Winter

    Protecting Sensitive Teeth in the Winter

    Winter can signal the season of tooth pain for many people who suffer from tooth sensitivity. Cold winter air and hot or cold drinks can trigger toothache and discomfort, but there are many things you can do to treat teeth that are sensitive. Even though some tooth sensitivity can be temporary, it’s best to visit your

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  • Healthy School Snacks for Children

    Healthy School Snacks for Children

    Mid-way through November, families are truly in school mode.  While juggling a busy family schedule full of work, school, and other activities can be tiring, it is important to keep your children fuelled with healthy snacks and food.  Follow these tips and suggestions to ensure your children (and yourself) stay healthy and energized! Get creative

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