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Bloor Dental Health Centre

415 Bloor Street West
Suite 300
Toronto, Ontario
M5S 1X6

Phone: (416) 538-8883
Fax: (416) 538-9906

 

 

Office Hours
Monday
10am - 7pm
Tuesday
10am - 7pm
Wednesday
8am - 4pm

Thursday

8am - 4pm
Friday
Closed







 
  DECEMBER 2011: TIPS, ENEWS, AND MORE!

 
Happy Holidays!
Valentine's, Mother's and Father's Day, check, Halloween, check, Thanksgiving, done ... Where did 2011 go? The holiday season is just around the corner. Whatever holiday you celebrate we would like to wish you and your family a season to smile.

During the holidays we will be closed:
December 23rd - January 2nd, 2012

Re-opening January 3rd, 2012

Is your smile all that it can be?
Has it been a while since we last saw you?
Were you waiting for your coverage to renew?

We are now booking appointments into 2012. We would love to help make 2012 a healthy, beautiful year for your smile.

Wishing you all the best this holiday season,

Bloor Dental Health Centre


  HELP US, HELP YOU

 
It's hard to believe 2012 is upon us, it's going to be a great year!

We would like to thank you for offering us the opportunity to care for your family over the past year. We are always looking for ways to improve your experience at our office. Please take a moment and let us know how we can improve in 2012. We look forward to making you smile for years to come.

Help us improve your experience by completing our 5 question survey. All that fill out the survey will be entered in a draw to win a Take Home Teeth Whitening Kit!

'Like us' on Facebook and you will be entered a second time into our draw. It's a win, win ...win situation!

Click here for the survey.




 NEW YEARS RESOLUTION

 
Have you begun thinking of your New Year's resolutions?

Let us add one that is easy to accomplish and will offer you health and wellness benefits that are far beyond the difficulty of keeping the resolution. Are you ready for it?

Drink more water in 2012!

Your body contains between 50-80% water and needs (6-8 glasses) of water per day to function properly. While most of our daily water intake comes from foods and sources other than simply drinking a glass of water, use this resolution to simplify your water intake. Proper hydration aids in weight control, toxin release, reduces the occurrence or severity of headaches, muscle aches and much more.

To help you remember to drink more water try attaching it to tasks you already do every day.

Here is a simple schedule to show you how to easily include more water in your day.

Click here to see the water drinking schedule!



 WHY HAVE YOUR TEETH CLEANED?

Proper oral hygiene is important not only for your appearance, but also for your overall health. Improper oral hygiene may lead to infection, gum disease, bone and tooth loss, circulation and cardiovascular disease, and even strokes.

 
Why is cleaning part of good oral hygiene?

Oral Cancer
As part of the cleaning, you are also screened for oral cancer, which is curable if diagnosed and treated early.

Gum Disease
If gum disease is diagnosed early, it can be reversed through treatment. Gum disease is caused by infection in the gum tissue and bone, eventually leading to tooth loss. Regular dental cleanings and check ups help to prevent gum disease.

Click here for more reasons why.