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Five New Year’s Resolutions For Your Dental Health

Five New Year’s Resolutions For Your Dental Health

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New Year’s is a good time to start new – and better – habits, and that’s always true when it comes to your health. Your oral and dental health is closely linked to your general health, so taking better care of your teeth and mouth gives you much more than just a great smile. Continue reading

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Five Reasons Why You Should Use Your Dental Benefits Before Year End

Five Reasons Why You Should Use Your Dental Benefits Before Year End

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If your dental benefit plan runs according to the calendar year, you should be thinking about maximizing your benefits while you still have time left. You can save yourself some money by timing your appointments right, and here’s why. Continue reading

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Do Your Dental Benefits Expire At The End Of The Year?

Do Your Dental Benefits Expire At The End Of The Year?

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Many dental insurance plans reset benefits at the beginning of each year – and you don’t get to carry any unused benefits forward from one year to the next. That’s why it’s a great time of the year to think about how you can utilize any unused allowances for dental benefits before they expire. Continue reading

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Oral Cancer – Your Dentist’s Crucial Role

Oral Cancer – Your Dentist’s Crucial Role

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Oral cancer doesn’t hit the news as much as many other types of the disease; it may surprise you to know that more Canadians will be diagnosed with oral cancer than cervical or ovarian cancer, and it causes more deaths … Continue reading

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Bad Breath? Your Dentist Can Help

Bad Breath? Your Dentist Can Help

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No one likes to have bad breath. Typically, it’s the result of something you ate, or maybe you got stuck in traffic for an hour after that cup of coffee…In other words, it’s usually a temporary condition that can be … Continue reading

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Brushing, Flossing, and the Blood Pressure Link

Brushing, Flossing, and the Blood Pressure Link

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A recent study has given dentists yet another reason to underscore the importance of brushing and flossing as part of your regular oral hygiene regimen – the link to maintaining healthy blood pressure. The study, published in the December 2018 … Continue reading

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8 Travel Tips For Dental & Oral Health

8 Travel Tips For Dental & Oral Health

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Summer time is vacation time for many people, especially families, and with the combination of warm weather and carefree holidays, it can be tempting to let your usual healthy lifestyle slide…just a little. You may be able to get away … Continue reading

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Ten Surprising Foods That Help Prevent Tooth Decay

Ten Surprising Foods That Help Prevent Tooth Decay

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Most of us have a pretty good idea of the kinds of foods to avoid when it comes to maintaining dental health, and avoiding tooth decay. But, did you know there are foods you can eat that will actually help … Continue reading

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The Truth About Fruit Acids And Protecting Your Tooth Enamel

The Truth About Fruit Acids And Protecting Your Tooth Enamel

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Fruits are an important part of a healthy diet. Study after study shows that consumption of fruit is associated with good health, and avoiding many common diseases and conditions. Fruits rich in Vitamin C, in particular, contribute to gum and … Continue reading

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Dental Cavities – What Now?

Dental Cavities – What Now?

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When you have a cavity in a tooth as a result of tooth decay, your dentist can help you restore your smile. Cavities may also simply be called tooth decay, or caries, and it’s an extremely common health issue worldwide. … Continue reading

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