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New Year Resolutions | Aurora Family Dentistry

The Top 5 New Year’s resolutions for taking care of your Teeth and Gums!

The Top 5 New Year’s resolutions for taking care of your Teeth and Gums! It’s coming to the third week of January and this is generally the time when supposedly three-fourths of all people who have made resolutions for the new year has found a way to break one or all of their resolutions. Twitter Canada claims that the number one resolution by Canadians at the start of 2018 was to “Volunteer more or to donate more to charity”. This was followed

Health Gums. Healthy Smiles

How to Improve Your Gum Health

Your Gum Health Your gum health affects how you feel inside, as well as the smile that the rest of the world sees. Taking a few steps to improve your oral health will not only improve your smile but will improve your overall well being. The onset of Gum disease occurs when the buildup of plaque on your teeth reaches your gum line creating an environment for infection to potentially occur in your gums. What you would notice would typically be swollen

COVID-19 UPDATE

We recognize the trust you place in us as your family’s Dental office.

That’s why we wanted to share an update on the actions we are taking at Aurora Family Dentistry, to keep you, and our team members safe amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.

The World Health Organization has declared the outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus a pandemic. We in Canada are also being affected by this pandemic.

At Aurora Family Denitstry, we would like all our patients, staff and service providers to adopt safety-first protocols recommended by Health Canada.

The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) has recommended that all non-essential and elective dental services should be suspended immediately. As a consequence, Aurora Family Dentistry Offices will be closed with immediate effect to the general public.

However, RCDSO has also advised that Emergency treatment should continue, and as a result, our phone numbers will continue to be operative during business hours, and any emergency will be seen by the dentist as soon as possible.

In order to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19, everyone has a role to play. It takes more than governments and actions from the health sector to protect the health and safety of Canadians.

Each one of us can help ourselves and be prepared in the event of an emergency by understanding how coronavirus spreads and how to prevent illness.

Please visit the Health Canada website for updates and more information.

Dr. Fahimay Naqvi & Dr. Amy Hothi
Aurora Family Dentistry

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