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

 
August is here and we all know what that means - it's officially the last month of Summer 2018. How are you going to make the most of it? There's still plenty of time to enjoy the warm weather and engage in summer activities with your kids. Whether you're into amusement parks, food festivals, or beaches, get out and enjoy the sun while you can!

Some of the most popular go-to places this summer have been Canada's Wonderland and The Toronto Islands. So if you haven't checked them out yet, get on it! Take the kids biking on Centre Island or stop by the food festivals for some tasty nibbles. You'll thank yourself come September for all the time spent with family and friends.

Speaking of a busy September, make sure to include a dental visit in that August calendar of yours while it's still convenient. Book an appointment for yourself and your kids now so you can have that smile ready for the Fall and the new school year. We look forward to seeing you and making sure your oral health is in top shape!

Keep Smiling,

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

 
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How Thumbsucking Affects Your Child's Oral Health
 
 

Thumb sucking is a common habit amongst babies and infants. Young ones often suck their thumb to soothe themselves, explore their surroundings, and communicate. It's perfectly normal for your child to engage in thumbsucking, as they develop the natural reflex to do so since birth - many even start in the womb!

Can thumbsucking harm infant dental develoment?

What signs should you watch for?

Here's what you need to know about thumbsucking and your child's oral health.

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Importance of Mouthguards
 
 

Mouthguards are flexible dental appliances worn by athletes to protect teeth from possible damage. They are usually made of plastic materials that fit comfortably over your teeth and gums. There are over-the-counter variations available, but for the highest level of protection we recommend a custom fitted mouthguard that is made specifically for your kid's smile.

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