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Dr. Elliott A. Schwartz
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September 2018: Tips, eNews & More!
 
 

September is a month of transition, and it's not just the weather that's changing. With your kids going back to school, a change in their routine can be more demanding on you too. Added stress may have you looking for ways to save time, but try to take a moment to relax and focus on yourself.

Studies have shown that stress and oral health are closely related, but small lifestyle changes are easy to implement. A healthy breakfast boosts performance by improving your concentration and overall health. Take some time to brush and floss before setting out on your day, and the results will assist you in maintaining a happy and healthy smile.

Is it time for a cleaning or to have unfinished dental work completed? If your dental benefits are based on the calendar year, your maximums may not roll over into the new year. Our calendar fills up quickly this time of year, so we encourage you to book an appointment today before the new year.



Have a safe and healthy month,

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

 
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Struggling With Sensitive Teeth?
 
 

When you or your kids enjoy ice cream, is there a fear of sharp pain that may accompany the chocolate flavour? Ice cream, cold or hot drinks and foods are luxuries that some people can't simply enjoy if their teeth are sensitive to temperature.

Click below to learn about teeth hypersensitivity.

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Dentistry For Moms-to-Be
 
 

Pregnancy is filled with exciting changes to your body, and your mouth is no exception. Changes in hormone levels during pregnancy increase the potential for dental problems, emphasizing the importance of proper and sometimes extra-ordinary oral hygiene.

Pregnancy Gingivitis is the most common of the dental concerns during a pregnancy. This form of Gingivitis is most prevalent between the second and eighth month of pregnancy. The symptoms associated with Pregnancy Gingivitis include: gums that are red, swollen, tender, or bleeding during brushing and flossing.

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