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Fluoride: Should I or Shouldn’t I

Posted by on March 4, 2021

I’ve bet that you’ve heard a lot about fluoride, both good and bad. Leading to the question of the hour, is fluoride good for your mouth; yes or no? We love it when our patients get interested in topics related to their teeth, and fluoride is a g...

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Your Teeth are your First Line of Defence

Posted by on February 10, 2021

We understand the confusion that comes from the uncertainty of COVID-19, and despite the world still being in a state of confusion in how to proceed, we’ve been trying to work with what we do know. And something that we do know a lot about is gum d...

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Dentistry: The New Normal

Posted by on February 10, 2021

The New Normal  “Safe yesterday, safe today, planning for tomorrow.” This has been our motto since the beginning of the outbreak and we here at Sandhurst Family Dental have spent and continue to spend every ounce of energy, to ensure a safe and ...

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Should I delay my visit to the dentist?

Posted by on February 10, 2021

We Haven’t Delayed A Visit to the Dentist and you Shouldn’t Either  We know that visiting Sandhurst Family Dental hasn’t exactly been everyone’s number one priority recently, but we’re starting to miss our patients. We know that COVID-19 r...

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On the tip of your tongue….

Posted by on January 13, 2020

Seriously, the tongue? It’s an easy place to miss when brushing your teeth. Few people know about the dangers of the bacteria sitting on your tongue. It’s dark wet and warm, and also the most central space in the mouth. That makes it perfect ...

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New Year, New Resolutions… but Better Teeth

Posted by on January 13, 2020

The new year is the best time to make resolutions, so this year we at Sandhurst family dental are challenging you with two resolutions we hope you’ll follow in the new year to get brighter and whiter teeth.  Dental Resolution #1 – talk to yo...

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Feeling sweet? Give back to charity this season

Posted by on January 13, 2020

It’s the season of giving to those you love. It’s exciting to get a gift from your loved ones. But perhaps this is the year to give back? Oral health organizations may not be as popular as other charitable organizations but let’s learn ...

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The “Right Way” to Brush Your Teeth

Posted by on January 13, 2020

Mornings are busy. Sometimes it may feel like there isn’t enough time to take care of your oral health. In fact, most people don’t even reach the recommended two minutes of brushing, nevermind applying the proper technique. Yes, you read that...

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Stains that Stay

Posted by on October 3, 2019

Beauty standards are pretty unrealistic, even when it comes to our smiles. The classic trope of “pearly white” teeth is not always compatible with our hectic lifestyles. A stained smile will have you questioning everything from your morni...

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The Ultimate Battle Royale! You vs Cavities

Posted by on September 25, 2019

If you have a sweet tooth, chances are you’ve had a “brush” with a cavity or two (see what we did there?).  Even with flossing and brushing regularly, you can still miss the trickier places in your mouth, causing tooth decay over t...

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Sense and Sensitivity: Teeth

Posted by on September 19, 2019

It turns out that feelings and emotions aren’t the only sensitive parts of a person. Your teeth can give you just as much trouble.  It’s a sharp, nagging feeling in your mouth. You can’t quite put your finger on why you’re feelin...

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Think your Breath is Bad? Ask Your Dentist About It!

Posted by on September 8, 2019

We’ve all been conscious of bad breath at one point in our lives. Mints and mini mouthwash bottles have always been hot sellers, but have you ever felt like you’re fighting a losing battle?  Picture this: You’re feeling fresh, your outfit is o...

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