Losing your teeth may be one of many adverse health effects of smoking cigarettes and other tobacco products, oral health experts report. Smokers develop more tartar on their teeth than nonsmokers, which can lead to periodontal (gum) disease. Here are four ways smoking affects your
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Oral health is one factor that contributes to a healthy lifestyle. Here are some tips to help you look after your oral health: Schedule regular visits to your dentist by calling 519-305-9100 or contacting us to book with Coventry Dental Care. Brush at least twice
Your toddler’s favorite phrase may very well be, “I can do it myself!” Although, getting dressed, potty training and even self-feeding means handing over some of that control to your little one, dental hygiene is one area where your toddler still needs assistance. Even if
As a parent, it’s up to you to teach and help your kids adopt habits and daily routines as part of a healthy lifestyle. One such habit is teaching your kids the importance of taking care of their teeth: brushing, flossing, and visiting the dentist
Most of us realize that diet and exercise play an important part in keeping us healthy. But did you know that a healthy mouth is also an important part of a healthy body? Poor oral health can affect a person’s quality of life. Oral pain,
Although the mouth is part of the body, we often think of it as something separate. We often ignore bleeding or tender gums, while an irritation or pain elsewhere in the body would mean a trip to the doctor. Poor oral health can affect a
Oral health doesn’t just have to do with visiting a dentist twice a year to make sure your child’s teeth are in good shape. Oral health also has to do with taking a break and having some fun no matter what age you might be.
Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate the ones you love and let them know how much you care about them. What better way to celebrate than showering your kids with cool (and healthy) treats to eat! Your kids will remember the special little things
As the year’s second most popular holiday quickly approaches, the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), the leading authority on children’s oral health, is urging parents and caregivers to be aware of the treats their children consume on October 31st and throughout the Halloween season.
The Canadian Dental Association recommends the assessment of infants, by a dentist, within six months of the eruption of the first tooth or by one year of age. The goal is to have your child visit a dentist before there is a problem with his