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Dr. Elliott A. Schwartz
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106 Sheppard Ave West,
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April 2018: Tips, ENews & More!
 
 

After putting up with the long, cold winter days, it's April and Spring is officially here. With warmer days approaching, are you excited to enjoy more outdoor activities with your kids, or to simply hang out on the patio with your family and friends? All the more reason for you to smile! So why not let us take care of your and your children's smile and oral health by scheduling an appointment with us.

The month of April is Oral Health Month and also a great time to get to know your hygienist. April 7th to 13th is National Dental Hygienists Week! It celebrates the hard work of key members of our oral health team, and their role in maintaining good oral health of our patients. Learn more about our team here!


Keep smiling,

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

 
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Effects of Oral Piercings on Your Oral Health
 
 

Many teenagers look for ways to express themselves uniquely, and some choose body art as their outlet. Although tongue, cheek, and lip rings can look cool, oral jewelry can cause major negative effects on your oral health during the procedure and afterwards.

Negative Effects of Oral Piercings

Aside from giving you bad breath, piercings can also cause major damage to your teeth and overall well-being. Here are just some potential negative effects:

  • Infection & Bad Breath
  • Swelling & Nerve Damage
  • Chipped or Cracked Teeth

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How to Make a Trip to the Dentist a Fun Experience for Kids?
 
 

For many young kids, a trip to the dentist may be a scary experience. Although a dental check up is necessary, children can get anxious for a number of reasons. These anxieties can stem from stories they've heard from their peers or from internalizing their own parents' dental anxieties. Here are some ways parents can help make going to the dentist a more pleasant for their child and for themselves.

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