Practicing dental care should be a priority for everyone, but have you ever wondered how much of it is determined by genetics? Check out our blog post for help understanding what you can and can't control when it comes to genetics and your oral health.
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We only get one set of natural teeth in our lifetime. Once permanent teeth come in, maintaining good oral health is vital. Fortunately, dental maintenance comes in many forms. Read our blog post where we share all the ways you can keep your natural teeth for life!
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When your teen is already busy with friends, schoolwork and catching up on sleep, proper oral hygiene can go on […]
Below is an excerpt from an article found on Colgate.com that was Reviewed by the Faculty of Columbia University College […]
Learn more about what the American Dental Association has to say about smiling and healthy teeth.The above video is found […]
In Canada, 3400 new cases of mouth cancer are diagnosed each year. About 50% of those diagnosed do not live […]
Learn more about what the American Dental Association has to say about smiling and healthy teeth. The above video is […]
You already know that in order to avoid cavities and more serious dental problems, you have to take good care […]
Ever brush your teeth, then take a swig of orange juice only to curse yourself for drinking such a vile […]