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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







 
  March 2015: Tips, eNews & More!


 
March Break is almost here!

For those of you with kids still in school, March Break provides a great opportunity to schedule an appointment for a regular cleaning and overall checkup while gearing up for summer.

Also be sure to ask about custom sport mouth guards if your kids are participating in any summer activities. You can request an appointment here.

March is Nutrition Month!

Every year, the 'Dieticians of Canada' select a theme for the month. This year it is Eating 9-to-5!

Rushed mornings, missed lunches, donut-filled meetings and a busy workday can make it difficult to eat well. Eating well at work can boost concentration, productivity and vitality. It can also reduce missed days of work by helping to improve overall health. Click here to learn more!

Have a fun and safe month,

Bloor Dental Health Centre



 Help us improve! - Striving For Excellence in Oral Health

We are always looking for ways to serve you better. Please take a moment to complete our short (5 question) survey and help us continue to strive for excellence in 2015.

Click here to take the survey.

Participants this year are eligible to win a FREE take-home whitening treatment. Good luck!





 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!



  Eggplant Parmesan

  eggplant parmesan photo: Terry's Eggplant parm 1009eggplantparm.jpg
Eggplant Parmesan is a fun meal to make and delicious to eat. Our favourite thing to do is to keep some leftovers and make great, hearty eggplant parmesan sandwiches!

This recipe directs you to bake the eggplant instead of the more traditional frying method which is both healthier and results in crispier eggplant.


Click here for the full recipe!