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  • 9 Habits That Damage Your Teeth

    9 Habits That Damage Your Teeth

    An eye-catching smile is full of strong, beautiful teeth and gums. It is a healthy display of good oral health and diligent daily teeth cleaning. However, many people have bad mouth habits that threatened the fruits of good dental care.

    Bad Oral Habits That Can Rob You of

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  • So, You Want to Whiten Your Teeth?

    So, You Want to Whiten Your Teeth?

    You might be surprised that when the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry asked people what they wanted to change most about their smile, the answer wasn’t straighter teeth; the people wanted whiter teeth! Teeth whitening is becoming rapidly more popular today. Thankfully,

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  • Finding a Dentist that Accepts Your Insurance

    Finding a Dentist that Accepts Your Insurance

    It is so important to choose the best dentist for you. Since this will be a long-term partnership, specific criteria should be met, and you must have a good rapport.  While most people understand that finding the right dentist takes work, uncovering an area professional who a

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  • Diabetes and Dental Problems: What’s the Relationship?

    Diabetes and Dental Problems: What’s the Relationship?

    Did you know that November is Diabetes Awareness Month? Diabetes is a common disease in Canada; in fact, over 2.7 million Canadians are diabetic. Those that have diabetes cannot adequately produce or respond to a hormone known as “insulin,” which results in elevated levels

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  • Common Dental Emergencies & Care Tips

    Common Dental Emergencies & Care Tips

    Dental emergencies are not all that uncommon. Whether it’s a chipped tooth, knocked out tooth, or serious and sudden tooth pain from a different cause, there is emergency dental care that can help in your time of distress. It’s important to know what you should do if a den

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  • Dental Care at Home

    Dental Care at Home

    So you go to the dentist, as recommended, every six months for a check-up and cleaning. That’s great! But, you put yourself at risk for gum disease and tooth decay if you don’t have a good oral healthcare routine at home in-between these dental visits. Make sure you’re p

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