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The Easter Bunny is arriving soon….

Easter treats are going to be a large part of most children’s Eater Sunday morning! Working to keep your children’s teeth healthy and clean. Have them drink plenty of water, stay away from soda and drinks filled with sugar. Brushing their teeth twice a day and any time after treats brushing or making they rinse with water to wash all the sugar bugs away. Regular check-ups, or visit your dentists at least twice a year, every 6 months is highly recommended. Your regular Dental visits are essential for the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums and your dentists can see... Read More

Valentines Treats – Tips for a Healthy and Happier Mouth

Never go to bed without brushing your teeth. Brush your teeth 2-3 times a day. Floss once a day, it’s just as important as brushing your teeth. Don’t neglect your tongue- brush it too! Limit sugary and/or acid foods or brush right after. Visit your dentists at least twice a year, your routines change, medication or eating habits so regular check up are important as these changes may affect your oral well being. Happy Valentine’s Day treat yourself or your special someone with a Healthy and Happier Mouth!

Trick Or Treat

Sticky, chewy candies are cavity-causing culprits. Gummies, taffy, caramel – they all get stuck in the pits and grooves of teeth, where it’s nearly impossible for saliva to wash them away. The longer that candy remains stuck in the teeth, the higher the risk of developing cavities. No matter what season it is, kids should be brushing their teeth for two minutes twice a day and flossing once a day. It’s especially important to brush before bedtime and no eating or drinking after. Otherwise sugars will linger on the teeth all night long, increasing their risk of cavities. In general,... Read More

Summer 2016

The Summer is here it’s time to celebrate graduation or attend a wedding or be part of the wedding party – it’s a perfect time to give yourself a gift – make your smile a whiter brighter one! In office Zoom Whitening it only takes about an hour. For the best results you should always have a dental cleaning appointment to remove build up of plaque and calculus and on a separate day schedule you’re in office Zoom appointment. We always to help maintain your whiter brighter smile have custom trays made so you can touch up at home whenever... Read More

April is National Dental Health Month

Every year approximately 3,200 Canadians are diagnosed with oral cancer and 1,050 deaths from oral cancer occur. This devastating disease has a low survival rate because it is often diagnosed very late. With early detection the survival rate of oral cancer can be greatly improved. This means going to your dentist for regular dental exams. Your dentist has the training and experience to detect oral cancer early. Good Oral Health for Healthy Living… Keep your mouth clean brushing and flossing. Check your mouth regularly for puffy swollen gums or sores.  Eat well.  Don’t smoke or chew tobacco and see your... Read More

Spring into Easter…

The kids will be on Spring Break and Easter all in the same month! This is a great opportunity to have the entire family visit your dentists. Regular check ups, or visit the your dentists at least twice a year or every 6 months is highly recommended. Because regular dental visits are essential for the maintenance of healthy teeth and gums and your dentists can see if there has been any changes in six months. In between those examinations, it’s important that you work to keep your teeth and gums clean and healthy. If you need additional help, your dentist... Read More

Better Kisses for All…

Here are the top five things we can do to ensure our kissability remains constant. Brush 2x per day. Floss daily. Visit our dentist 2x a year. Use Mouthwash. Don’t be afraid to do a little self-assessment. Let’s face it; if our dental health is more ordinary than optimal, nobody is going to want to kiss us. Keep these five tips in mind always, not just at Valentine’s Day!

Sports MouthGuards

School is in and sports begin again. Basketball, football, soccer, hockey, snowboarding, skiing, field hockey, lacrosse, rollerblading and baseball these are all sport that you should consider wearing a mouth guard. It’s a necessary piece of equipment for all contact sports. A mouth guard can save your teeth and prevent concussions when you’re on the field, on the court, on the ice or just at the local skate park. Most common injury in contact sports is dental, oral facial injury which can be prevented by wearing a month guard. There are three types of mouth guards: Ready-made or stock mouth... Read More
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