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Sensitive teeth: 8 ways to relieve and prevent
If you suffer from sensitive teeth, you feel it each time you drink coffee or a cold drink. Well, you are not alone! Did you know that some 60% of Canadians suffer from sensitive teeth? Here’s the good news: you can do something about it! Read
4 effective ways to get whiter teeth and the smile you’ve always wanted
Want to have teeth as white and bright as those of your favourite Hollywood stars? You can! Many effective teeth-bleaching treatments exist that are safe for your oral health. However, see your dentist before beginning any treatment to receive the appropriate guidance. Here are a few of the options available to sport a breathtaking smile. Read
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The health of your mouth has a big impact on your overall health. Discover five oral health problems that can affect your quality of life. Remember, it’s important to see a dentist before it’s too late! Read
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Eat, drink, smile, breathe… A single oral health issue can impact all these activities. Your mouth plays a vital role in your overall health and your quality of life in general. Dentist Nathalie Giguère has 10 simple, effective tips to help you improve your oral health and give you that knock-out smile. Read
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5 answers to 5 questions about cavities
If you’re a little too familiar with cavities, you’re not alone. In fact, you’re one of the 9 out of 10 Canadians who are inconvenienced by this oral disease. But what exactly are cavities? How do they form? And, most importantly, how can we prevent them? Here are answers to these questions and more. Read