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What to Get Your Mother For Mother’s Day (That Isn’t Candy)

Spring might be a festive season, but it’s not exactly a good time for teeth. If you are looking ahead, you know that Mother’s Day is coming up. Your mother has done everything for you, so you can’t forget her! Of course, that doesn’t mean you have to give her something unhealthy. Traditional Mother’s Day gifts might include flowers, cards, and chocolates, but let’s face it, you can do better!

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Mother Goose Day

National Mother Goose day takes place this week and, believe it or not, that means something incredibly important. Mother Goose day celebrates reading while also lending an opportunity to incorporate educational elements. For example, both reading and dental care are vital to children, and it’s important to teach them about these topics when they’re still young. But how can you get your strong-willed toddler or grumpy kindergartner to brush their teeth? Why not encourage them with a book? Here is a list of the best dentist- and Mother Goose-approved books for kids about brushing their teeth.

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National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day

The end of the month is approaching, and that means that it is almost National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day. If you have a beloved dog or cat in your home, you know that it’s just as important to take care of their teeth as it is to take care of your own. Making sure your pets have healthy teeth is vital to their overall health. This is the perfect week to review what you do to keep your pets’ teeth healthy and strong.

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Choosing Snacks That are Easy on Your Teeth

Did you know that April 18 is National Animal Crackers Day? These slightly sweetened crackers are a favourite of children everywhere and have been around since the 19th century. As a cookie, they’re a fairly good choice since they contain a lot less sugar than your average sweet treat. Snacking can raise some important questions […]

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3 Ways to Spring Clean Your Dental Routine

Spring has sprung at last, and you are probably starting to think about spring cleaning your house. But did you know that you should also be “spring cleaning” your teeth? Now that winter is over, it’s time to be more productive and make some changes. That means it’s the perfect time to start up a […]

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4 Fun Easter Activities – That Don’t Involve Sweets

Easter is right around the corner, and there are many fun activities on the horizon. But if you have children, you might be dreading the inevitable barrage of candy that they will get during Easter activities. It’s true that many Easter celebrations can be hard on your teeth, but the good news is that finding […]

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Spring Cleaning

There are many things happening this week as we approach the end of March. Already, Winter is over, and Spring is in the air and there are plenty of things to celebrate! March 30 is National Doctors’ Day. On this day, communities come together to recognize the contributions of doctors across all specialties. The first […]

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International Day of Happiness

March 20 is the International Day of Happiness, and this year, the day comes with a special theme. That theme is “Happier Together.” Today, people are encouraged to reach out to one another and remember that we are all happier and stronger when we’re together. So, this year, the International Day of Happiness is a […]

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How Oral Health Affects Brain Health

You might not think of your teeth as affecting your overall health. You probably especially don’t connect the state of your teeth with your brain. But the plain truth is that your oral health absolutely does affect your brain health. The way you take care of your teeth can affect how your brain functions. That’s […]

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How to Brush Your Teeth for Maximum Cavity Protection

You might not think there’s a right or wrong way to brush your teeth, but there is! Brushing properly can keep your teeth and gums healthy and help you avoid cavities. If you already have some minor cavities, adjusting your brushing technique could even slow the spread of the decay. That means you will need […]

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