• 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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  • New Year Oral Health Resolutions Part 2

    New Year Oral Health Resolutions Part 2

    In part two of New Year Oral Health Resolutions, we share tips on beverages that will keep you hydrated and healthy, as well as food and drink that are harmful to your oral health.  Read on to find out!   Water In addition to keeping your body hydrated and your skin clear, water is also

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  • New Year Oral Health Resolutions Part 1

    New Year Oral Health Resolutions Part 1

    The new year is upon us!  As with every year, improving our eating habits and leading healthy lives are continued new year resolutions.  With that in mind, we would share some tips on how you can improve your eating habits in a two-part series.  In part one we identify some expected (and unexpected) foods that

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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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