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A Checklist for Your Next Dental Visit

2019-03-22 19:12:00

When preparing for your dental appointment, it is always important that you come prepared. Whether you are a veteran patient or it’s been a while since your last dental appointment, it’s important to be proactive about your dental care. Routine visits with your dentist provide lifelong benefits for both maintaining your smile as well as your overall health.Confirm Your AppointmentEven if your appointment has...

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How to Avoid Staining Your Teeth

2019-02-28 21:52:00

If you want to avoid staining your teeth, the best thing you can do is to avoid food and drinks that may stain them. Two of the biggest culprits when it comes to staining teeth are coffee and wine. These two drinks happen to be two of the most popular drinks around, which can make avoiding them very hard. If you want to enjoy these beverages, as well as other things that may stain your teeth, you should take some...

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New Year's Resolutions To Improve Dental Health

2019-01-31 22:00:00

Do you posses a stunning smile, especially when it comes to having pearly-white teeth? Could your teeth use a bit of dental work? Do you reside in or near Toronto, Ontario? If you answered yes to any of the questions, then you need to visit  GT Dental in Toronto. During the first month of every year, there are a high percentage of people who make resolutions to improve their overall situations. Health and...

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Negative Effects of Sugar on Teeth

2018-12-28 15:40:00

Sugar can damage teeth by breaking down enamel. Defective enamel can cause cavities and tooth decay. In order to avoid the damage of sugar, there are a few steps you can take to strengthen your teeth. Effects of Sugar on Your TeethWhen you eat a sugary snack or beverage, bacteria in your mouth feed on the sugars. The bacteria forms into plaque, a substance that sticks to teeth. This plaque eats away at your...

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How Juice Affects a Toddler’s Teeth

2018-11-30 21:00:00

Almost everyone knows that sugar is bad for your teeth, but have you ever considered how much sugar is in the juice we give to our toddlers? Their teeth is especially important to take care of, not only so they will learn good dental hygiene for later in life, but so that they do not prematurely have to lose their baby teeth. Baby teeth are essential for jaw development and proper spacing of adult teeth. The...

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