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Dr. Elliott A. Schwartz
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November 2017: Dental Tips, eNews & More!
 
 

November is upon us and that means the end of the year isn't far behind. Pumpkin spice lattes have made their annual appearance, bad mustaches for a worthy cause are on the rise while brightly coloured leaves are falling. The heavy jackets are out and there's a lot to be done in the coming colder months - holiday shopping, snow to be shoveled, and of course, taking care of any outstanding dental concerns before your insurance renews in January.

Many dental plans are based on the calendar year, so your benefits may not roll over into the new year. It is a good idea to find time for a cleaning or checkup to ensure you get the most out of your plan. We want you to enter the new year with a beautiful healthy smile so call us today, or click here to request an appointment and we will find a time that fits your schedule.

If you're still nursing a candy hangover, but are craving more, did you know that the Toronto Chocolate Festival runs all month? Hockey fans will be gearing up to watch the Legends Classic match and see who will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, which will be announced November 10-13. And why not kick off the holiday season with a bang with the Cavalcade of Lights fireworks show on November 25th.


Be safe and healthy,

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

 
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Dangers of Bottle Rot & How to Prevent It
 
 

Bottle Rot is the decaying of your child's baby teeth caused by sugary drinks given in a bottle. Drinks like juice stay on the teeth causing bacteria to grow which leads to cavities forming. This is very unhealthy because, as previously mentioned, children's teeth are more prone to food build-up and bacteria sticking. However, bottle rot is easily preventable.

 
 
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Common Misconceptions About Pediatric Dentistry
 
 

Chances are, you've heard a ton of dental tips from your friends and family over the years. While those tips can be extremely helpful, it is important to remember that they might not always be true! These are a few common tips and tricks you might have heard, and while they may seem believable, they're just misconceptions!

 
 
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