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Community Life & Recent Posts

Can CBD Be Used for Dental Visits?

  Since the legalization of marijuana in 2018, CBD has been gaining popularity in mainstream markets, including dental. It’s not uncommon to see health care and beauty companies coming out with products containing hemp or CBD, including toothpaste and mouthwash. CBD, or cannabidiol, is one of the two major compounds found in cannabis and hemp […]

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Caregivers Guide to Dental Care

If you’re one of the 8 million caregivers in Canada, you’ve got a lot on your mind. You understand how difficult it can be to take care of your loved ones dental care. When you’re caring for a child—or adult—with a disability or neurodegenerative disease such as Alzheimer’s, the challenges can be even greater. It may […]

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How to Care for Your Teeth When You Don’t Have Coverage

Approximately six million Canadians avoid visiting the dentist every year because of cost. If you do not have insurance or recently lost your coverage and are looking for options to continue you or your family’s dental care, Edmonton has some great resources. Children Dental Care The SHINE Dental Clinic is a student run organization established […]

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Taking Care of Your Teeth As You Age

As you begin to age, you may notice changes that need to be made to keep your mouth healthy. The older you get, it may be even more important than ever to keep on top of your oral care. Senior dental problems can be common, from dry mouth to gum disease. And since oral health […]

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Why Do I Have Bleeding Gums?

If your gums bleed when you floss or brush your teeth you may think this is normal and ignore it, but bleeding gums can be a sign of underlying problems. Bleeding gums is often caused by harmful plaque, and the millions of bacteria in it, found at or around the gum line. Left too long […]

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