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Connecting the Dots: Diabetes & Oral Health

Diabetes, or hypertension is a disease that affects millions of people from various social, economic, and ethnic backgrounds. In 2017, 7.3% of Canadians aged 12 and older (roughly 2.3 million people) reported being diagnosed with diabetes. It is safe practice for those diagnosed with diabetes to monitor glucose levels, diet, activity, and more to keep […]

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Combating Tooth Decay – Controlling Your Diet

When consuming sugary and starchy foods or drinks, you may not realize it, but you’re potentially feeding the plaque that can cause problems in your mouth. Here’s a list of food items you should add to your diet and foods you should steer clear of if you’re looking to prevent any possibilities of tooth decay […]

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Combat Bad Breath

DRY MOUTH: AN ISSUE FOR ANY AGES

What Is Dry Mouth? Also called Xerostomia, Dry mouth is the feeling that there is not enough saliva in your mouth. Dry mouth can occur if you’re nervous, or under stress. But if you have a dry mouth more frequently, it can cause constant discomfort and can lead to other health problems. Common Symptoms of […]

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Combat Bad Breath

Effective Solutions to Combat Bad Breath

While there is no long-term or permanent solution to bad breath (also known as Halitosis), there are certain habits you can practice regularly to combat bad oral hygiene. Brush your teeth and floss attentively For the best results, make sure to brush your teeth at least twice per day, most importantly before bed, and floss […]

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