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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

Email Us:
dentistry@bloordental.com

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







 
  July 2016: Tips, eNews & More!


 
With summer now in full swing we bet that you are now really feeling the heat! Be sure to keep the fans blowing and try drinking more water on those really hot days. Take the time to apply sun screen to protect your skin and prevent burns from too much sun exposure. For a full list of tips on how to prevent heat-related illness, click here.

Happy Canada Day!

We hope you have a great time celebrating with family and friends on Canada Day this July 1st! The summer is all about enjoying the nice weather and good food but in between indulging in icy treats and BBQ dinners, remember to keep your oral health in check. Brush and floss every day and bring your kids in for a checkup. This is a great time for them to come in before school starts again. Book an appointment today.

Stay cool,

Bloor Dental Health Centre




 Fight Tooth Decay with Beet Juice

 
According to the NIH (National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research), 92% of adults between the ages of 20 to 60 have tooth decay.

Tooth decay occurs when bacteria in your mouth creates lactic acids that eat away at the tooth. The root cause is sugar, since bacteria uses sugar as the substance with which to adhere to the tooth. These bacteria can eventually turn into plaque – a sticky, colourless film of bacteria proliferating on our teeth. Tooth decay can be minimized by a healthy diet that involves cutting down on sugary foods. But did you know there’s something you can add to your healthy eating habits that can actually help prevent tooth decay?

Beet juice!

Click here to learn more about how beet juice can help you.




  Vietnamese Fresh Spring Rolls

 
Looking for a healthy and delicious snack?

These fresh spring rolls are fun to make with the family and can be customized to suit your dietary habits. Add shrimp, chicken, or leave out the meat entirely if you want to go for a vegetarian option. Finish it off with a homemade sauce for dipping and that’s all there is to it!



Click here for the full recipe!