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July 2018: Tips, eNews & More!
Happy Canada Day

Summer is in full swing and if you have kids at home, they are more than likely rolling out of bed later than usual in the mornings. It's easy to give them a sugary bowl of cereal and get on with the day, but that's not doing them any good - for their oral health and overall health. Try including fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, and eggs as part of your kids' and your entire family's meal plan. It cuts down on artificial sugar and provides a good source of protein and other benefits. Any kind of sugary snack also causes tooth decay so make sure they brush their teeth before bed too.

Are you looking for exciting things to do this summer? If you love art, you will love the Toronto Outdoor Art Fair. If you're a foodie, there's always the annual Summerlicious. Click here for a list of events and festivals near you!

We hope you are enjoying your summer. In your fun-filled schedule, don't forget to book an appointment.

Keep Smiling,

Dr. Elliott A. Schwartz
Certified Specialist in Children's Dentistry

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There are many ways to look after your kids' oral health, such as taking them to the dentist regularly for check-ups. In addition to their regular visits, making sure they brush, floss, gargle, and eat a healthy diet, are some other ways to keep your children's teeth healthy. Here, we've compiled a list of foods that can help brighten yours and your kids' smiles, as well as provide additional benefits for the body.

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The trouble that parents go through to get their kids to brush their teeth is beyond what words can explain. Brushing seems like such a simple task to us, then what is the reason for kids to view it as a dreadful punishment? The reasons for this could be hating their toothbrush color, feeling like brushing is useless, not receiving positive encouragement from parents, simply not being of an age to be able to appreciate their oral health, and much much more.

It is best if kids can get into the habit of brushing twice and flossing once a day while they are very young. Here are five tips parents can use to help their kids brush their teeth.

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