Dental care for children really begins with you as the parent….
Flossing and brushing constitute the basis of healthy oral hygiene. While brushing helps in removing plaque that hardens to form tartar, causing tooth decay and gum diseases, flossing is equally important since it reaches those places that toothbrushes cannot. If you skip flossing, you skip cleaning around 1/3rd of the total area of your mouth. […]
Oral hygiene is an important part of your overall health and well-being, for seniors, adults and children alike. Here are some tips on maintaining good oral health from your friends at Gold Links Dental. Let’s start, oral care advice for Ancaster Seniors, by describing some conditions that, if left untreated, can impact your oral health: […]
Maintaining Healthy Smiles At Home – Tips From An Ancaster Dentist April is oral health month, and this year it’s even more important than ever to listen to your Ancaster dentist and take good care of your teeth and gums while you practise social distancing. Healthy Smile Ancaster Here are some oral hygiene tips from […]
The Links Between Your Overall and Oral Health Sharing Your History is Key to Oral Health in Ancaster We would hazard a guess that the connection between your overall and your oral health are still relatively unknown, yet pose health risks that should not be ignored. The key is to create an open dialogue between […]
What Your Dental Health Could Be Saying About Your Medical Health And vice-versa… I just learned that my dental health can provide insight into my overall health, so I have just one question… why do my wellness team members work in silos? I have a medical doctor, dentist, optometrist, chiropractor and naturopath – all who […]