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HOW FRESH IS YOUR BREATH?

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Make the Effort to Love Your Mouth, All Year Round

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February 8, 2017

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TORONTO, ON — It’s almost Valentine’s Day, a time of enchantment and affection. But how much love and attention do you show your mouth? If you’re not making the effort to practice good oral hygiene habits like brushing twice a day, flossing daily and going to the dentist for regular check-ups, then you’re falling short of being a good partner in your mouth’s fight against tooth decay, gum disease and bad breath.

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Ho Ho Hold Off Holiday Cavities

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December 13, 2017

How to Ho Ho Hold Off Holiday Cavities 

Be mindful of how stress levels and favourite foods affect your teeth. 

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TORONTO, ON — The holiday season is here and the Ontario Dental Association (ODA) is giving you the gift of knowledge – how to enjoy any social engagement while still protecting your teeth. Whether at an office party or entertaining at home, you should be aware of the less-than-festive impact the holidays can have on your mouth.

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Tricks to Eating Your Treats

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October 26, 2016

Get to know the good, the bad and the ugly of Halloween candy

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TORONTO, ON —Dentists realize that people love their candy and have a few hints on how to keep your teeth healthy during this time of sweet indulgences.

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Have Your Thanksgiving Feast and Great Oral Health Too!

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October 6, 2016

Have Your Thanksgiving Feast and Great Oral Health Too!

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TORONTO, ON — As we come together to celebrate with family and friends this coming long weekend, the Ontario Dental Association (ODA) is passing along some tips on how to enjoy your holiday spread while still protecting your teeth.

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Back to Basics: Re-Educate Yourself on How to Keep a Healthy Mouth

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August 22, 2016

These Four Tips Never Get Old With Age!

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TORONTO, ON — More than two million kids across the province are preparing to head back to school soon, but everyone in the family can use a refresher course on how best to care for their mouths. The Ontario Dental Association (ODA) wants you to remember the "old school" basics of oral health care which includes brushing twice daily and not eating too much sugar. Here are the ABCs and Ds to follow for a healthy smile…and a healthy mouth.

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