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4 Easy Ways to Keep Your Dogs Teeth Healthy

With a large number of millennials opting out of having children, many people are now beginning to satisfy their “motherly instinct” by becoming what many now refer to as a “pet parent”. This shift...

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Happy Dental Health Month!

April is recognized as National Dental Health Month across Canada and the United States. Though maintaining good dental health is something that should be addressed year-round, many dental offices take advantage of this month to...

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4 Tips on How to Spring Clean Your Dental Hygiene

It’s officially spring-time, and with spring-time comes spring cleaning! Warmer temperatures often inspire people to dust off the shelves, mop the floors and sweep out all the excess...

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6 Essential Oils for Healthy Teeth and Gums

Toothpastes found on the shelves at your local supermarket are typically packed with harmful chemicals and substances. The new natural health revolution sweeping across North America many people are beginning to switch to natural...

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5 Ways to Use Coconut Oil to Improve Dental Health

Coconut oil is a well-loved and strongly praised item on the health food market, and it’s no surprise as to why - there aren’t many things that it can’t fix! From skin irritations to...

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Tips for Keeping Your Gums Healthy

The health of your gums is an indicator of your overall health. On the other hand, gums that are plagued by gum disease and are covered in plaque or food debris can be a...

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5 Fun Facts About Saliva

Saliva is a bodily fluid that’s usually taken for granted even though we produce between one to two liters of saliva a day. Our body uses it in many ways and for various functions. Just...

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Xylitol and Dental Hygiene

We all know sugary foods are bad for our teeth, but do we know why? The sugar itself does not cause the damage to our teeth. The plaque-producing bacteria in our mouths that feed off...

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