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Springdale Dental Centre
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Nutritionists urge us to include healthy foods in our diet. Surprisingly, some of them are highly acidic and can potentially cause damage to our teeth. Which food items are highly acidic? How do they damage our teeth? Learn it here:

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We, at the Springdale Dental Centre, will be delighted to provide you with excellent service when you visit our dental office. Call us at 905-458-1212 to set an appointment.

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May you have plenty of sweet treats to eat tonight, but don't forget to brush your teeth! Have a boo-tiful Halloween!
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Taking care of the gums does not take much time. With a five minute investment, we can prevent gum disease and improve the overall health and look of our gums. Here are seven steps (some you are probably already doing twice a day) to help your gums and keep your body free from bacteria:

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#TeethWhiteningBrampton and regular checkup is necessary to maintain good oral health. Call us at 905-458-1212 to make an appointment.
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A smile can help a person feel more confident and attractive. When we have unsightly tooth problems, researching our options with the #dentist is the best route. #PorcelainVeneers are one way to cover stains. They are very thin laminates that are bonded to teeth and can completely hide stains, chips, or cracks. The procedure can completely transform the teeth in a mouth.

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Most everyone faces a #DentalEmergency at some point in life. When this happens, dentists often use something called the “pain scale” to help determine the severity of your pain to determine the best course for medical treatment.

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#TeethCleaningBrampton and regular #DentalCheckupBrampton is necessary to maintain good oral health. Call us at 905-458-1212 to make an appointment.
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It may be easy to replace worn out clothes, but how regularly should you change your toothbrush? It’s generally recommended to replace a toothbrush every three to four months (or earlier if bristles are frayed). A new toothbrush is a more effective plaque remover than one that’s worn. Keep teeth clean and healthy with a brush in good working condition. Learn more here:

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