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DATE: 20 SEO 16

The Breakfast of Dental Champions: 3 Winning Meals for Your Teeth

Much like your favourite athletes, you too can start your day with a healthy breakfast. When you eat a balanced combination of nutrient-dense foods, you not only give your body the energy it needs to succeed, but you also give it the fighting power to resist oral infection and inflammation.

But what foods should you eat for breakfast if you want a winning smile?
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DATE: 12 MAY 16

Do You Need a Night Guard? Answer These 6 Questions to Find Out

According to some estimates, as many as one in three adults suffer from some level of teeth grinding or bruxism. This condition does not currently have areliable cure, but many patients find symptom relief through use of a dental night guard. But how do you know if a night guard is right for you or if you even have a problem with teeth grinding? In this blog, we pose six questions that can help you determine whether or not you should talk to your dentist about night guard options. 

DATE: 04 MAR 16

7 Ways to Prepare for Your Wisdom Teeth Removal

You know you need to get your wisdom teeth removed, and you're nervous. You've heard plenty of stories of other people's experiences, each one different from the last. You're not sure what you should expect.

You can feel less anxious and more confident when you follow a few steps to prepare for your wisdom tooth removal.

DATE: 05 FEB 16

4 Things You Should Teach Your Children About Dental Care

As soon as your child's first tooth arrives, so does your responsibility to protect his or her dental health. When your children are young, they don't know about important dental habits that can keep their teeth healthy. Unfortunately, many parents aren't aware of all these important habits, either.

When you teach your children about dental health early on, they'll start on the road to achieving a lifelong healthy smile. Read on to find out what you should teach your children about dental care.

DATE: 06 JAN 16

Answers to 3 Common Questions About Dental Implants

If you have a missing adult tooth, you've probably thought about possible types of replacement. For a long time, most people with three or fewer consecutive missing teeth opted for bridges to fill in the gap. In the last three decades or so, more and more patients began to choose dental implants instead of bridges or dentures.

But how do you know if dental implants are right for you? In this blog, we give you the answers to three of the most common questions about this process to help you determine if you should ask your dentist about implants.

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