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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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Eating After a Root Canal

  After undergoing a root canal, you may have a few concerns about diet and routine changes for a few days while the tooth heals. Although, modern-day procedures are fairly comfortable, and recovery is pretty quick; few precautions are necessary but there are some things you should note. You should pay attention to your eating […]

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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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Choosing a Suitable Toothbrush

These days, choosing a toothbrush is a more difficult task than it once was. The choice isn’t just between electric and manual, or blue or green. Each brand offers a selection of colours, styles, and bristles making it difficult to pick the right one. While the colour of your toothbrush may matter to you, it’s […]

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