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by Katlynn - As the mom of a 2 year old I am all too familiar with teething. Luckily, we are beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel, but oh what a journey it has been. When our little one turned 6 months we were feeling so great! We had one very happy baby. We had a routine down a...read more
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by Christine - Part of maintaining a healthy body is ensuring that you drink enough water. It is common knowledge that drinking water is essential to your health, but sometimes water can feel a little boring. One way to add flavour to your water is to infuse it with fruits. Fruit-infused water i...read more
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by Dr. Robert Wong - As a dentist and father of two young children, I often get asked “when should my child see the dentist?” I recommend that the first dental visit should be at age 1 or when the first tooth erupts into the mouth. These visits are a stress-free ‘Happy Visit’ to help the child...read more
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by Elizabeth - Common in many dental offices is the fluoride treatment. Some may remember having it done when they were a child, others have had it done at every hygiene appointment, whether as a child or adult. Why might we recommend it at our office? There are 2 main reasons why we woul...read more
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by Jen - Activated charcoal seems to be the new trend in whitening teeth recently. Some stores are having a difficult time keeping the product stocked on shelves. Activated charcoal toothpaste is said to bind to everything in its path, stains, tartar, bacteria and viruses. It may leave you wi...read more
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by Dr. Masarat Saqib - Hello everyone, I’d like to share my thoughts on parafunctional habits I see regularly in the dental office. Parafunction is a term used to describe any abnormal behaviour or habits of the oral structures and the associated muscles. Habits that I commonly see in the dental...read more
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by Janet - Have you ever experienced the symptoms of xerostomia or dry mouth? It is more common, and aggravating, than you may think. Let’s have a look at the causes of xerostomia and also some ways of managing the condition. Causes: xerostomia can be caused by a variety of factors including ...read more
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by Kasia Having orthodontic treatment extends beyond just placing brackets or appliances. There are guidelines to follow and care instructions that patients must follow at home in order to have the best orthodontic outcome. Care of teeth and orthodontic braces and appliances: • Regular a...read more
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by Bailey Every Christmas growing up my brother and I looked most forward to opening our stockings on Christmas morning. Our parents always had them jam packed with little toys and knick knacks that we loved getting and we also loved swapping one another for the best stuff! One thing that never...read more
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by Christine Growing up, my dentist lived in my neighbourhood. Every Halloween I trick-or-treated at my dentist’s house and every year my dentist gave out the same thing – a box that included a small tube of toothpaste, a small toothbrush and disclosing tablets. Not everyone lives in their denti...read more
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