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The Best And Worst Foods For Your Teeth

2021-05-31 12:10:00

Dental patients are often instructed to adhere to optimal dental hygienic practices, such as brushing twice per day, flossing after meals and snacks, using mouthwash, and obtaining routine professional care. That said, at GT Dental in Toronto, we stress the importance of a healthy and balanced diet. Certain foods prove beneficial to your teeth while other edible products do not.The Best Foods For Your...

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Why Flossing Is So Important To Your Oral Health

2021-04-30 11:10:00

Flossing is such a small part of most people’s oral hygiene routine that it’s easy to neglect. When you floss, you’re taking a thin string and running it between your teeth. This gets all the food and other gunk out from between your teeth that brushing can’t reach. You should floss at least once per day, either in the morning or at night, and may also implement flossing into your routine post...

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How To Take Care Of Your Gums

2021-03-29 16:00:00

Gum health is essential for good overall health. Oral health does not always revolve around how bright your teeth are. There are several ways your gums can be affected. Usually, gum disease is caused by plaque that accumulates in the mouth. Plaque causes several oral problems apart from gum disease, including tooth decay and gingivitis. For this reason, it is important to take care of your gums.How To Take Care of...

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Tips for Teaching Children About Oral Health

2021-02-26 17:50:00

Oral health is important at every stage of life. Adults know this, but children might not understand why taking care of their teeth is important. This is an issue parents and dentists have to deal with, but the following tips might help.How to Get Children To Take Care of Their Oral HealthOne thing you can do is brush and floss with your children. Kids learn by following your lead, so use that to your advantage. Get...

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Coping with Dental Anxiety

2021-01-29 17:49:00

Regular dental care is an important part of your overall healthcare. If you find you avoid going to the dentist or feel very nervous when you have to be in the dentist's chair, you may have “dental anxiety.” This is a common problem that can be managed with a few techniques, so you can feel more relaxed for your dental care. At GT Dental in Toronto, you can be assured we understand dental anxiety and will help...

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