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What Are the Effects of Sugar on Teeth?

What Are the Effects of Sugar on Teeth?

What Are the Effects of Sugar on Teeth? Summer is here, and so is the ice cream! What better way to spend a Toronto summer than hanging out by the pool with some popsicles, a double scoop, or maybe a refreshing, cold soda? Unfortunately, your teeth don’t feel the same...

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month How often do you use your mouth in a day? How often do you eat, drink, or speak? How often do you smile? These sound like silly questions, right? But we often underestimate and undervalue the importance of our mouths and oral care....

11 Tips for a Healthy Mouth

11 Tips for a Healthy Mouth

11 Tips for a Healthy Mouth If you want to keep smiling with a healthy and well functioning set of pearly whites, follow these easy tips to help you keep your teeth healthy. 1. BRUSH AT LEAST TWICE A DAY. The best time to brush teeth is at the start and end of each...

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults

Common Dry Mouth Causes in Adults Having a dry mouth can be uncomfortable, but you can usually solve this problem by drinking water. However, xerostomia, a condition that causes sufferers to experience constant dry mouth, does affect some of the population. Many of...

Reasons to Visit the Dentist in Winter

Reasons to Visit the Dentist in Winter

Reasons to Visit the Dentist in WinterWe know that the cold winter weather and dry air wreak havoc on the skin. Did you know that these weather conditions can also facilitate dental problems? Being aware of these winter dental woes, as well as how to combat them, will...

Is Your Holiday Feast Good for Your Teeth?

Is Your Holiday Feast Good for Your Teeth?

Is Your Holiday Feast Good for Your Teeth?The food that surrounds the holiday season is, no doubt, delicious! But don’t forget that all of the foods you eat do have an affect on your teeth, and it’s important to be aware of what you’re eating. This blog will list some...

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