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North Delta Dental: proud sponsors of the Cloverdale Black Belt Academy and their upcoming ATA Tournament!

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For a second year in a row, we at North Delta Dental are proud sponsors of the Cloverdale Black Belt Academy and their upcoming Dream, Aspire Achieve ATA Regional Tournament that is being held at the Langley Christian school on November 19th, 2016 starting at 830am! If you’ve never been to a tournament, you’re in for a treat!  Come watch the impressive skills, technique and discipline on full display from ATA competitors from the entire region.  Mister Michael Bennett, 5th degree Black Black and one of the head instructors from...

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Teeth Healthy Breakfasts

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Teeth Healthy Breakfasts

Teeth healthy breakfasts are VERY IMPORTANT! Dr. Calvin and his trusty sidekick Iron Man will teach you how to cook an EASY and QUICK breakfast STEP BY STEP. Watch this video and make delicious breakfasts with your kids!

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Healthy School Snacks

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Healthy School Snacks

Smart snacks are good for your child’s teeth and body! Dr. Calvin and his trusty sidekicks Plaque Man and Plaque Buster shared with you some great choices of tooth-friendly snacks, which your kids would love to have in their lunch boxes!

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Kids Brushing and Flossing (Video)

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Kids Brushing and Flossing (Video)

Never ignore children’s dental health issues! Dr. Calvin Tham from North Delta Dental shared some important tips about kid’s brushing and flossing, as well as valuable information of preventing cavities. Follow the instructions in this video to keep your child’s teeth healthy!

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How to Prevent Dental Decay?

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How to Prevent Dental Decay?

Bacteria in your mouth cause dental decay. These bacteria digest the carbs in your diet and then make acid. This acid then breaks down the enamel, leading to dental decay. But you can prevent dental decay. Floss and brush your teeth for 3 minutes, twice a day to keep good oral health. Then take it one step further, and prevent dental decay with 3 things: fluoride, sealants and diet modification. Fluoride Fluoride is a natural element which controls and prevents dental decay and makes teeth stronger. Fluoride works by putting minerals back...

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Watch out! All Those Drinks are Terrible for Your Teeth and Health!

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Watch out! All Those Drinks are Terrible for Your Teeth and Health!

Are Cold Drinks Terrible for Your Teeth and Health? As the weather is nice out and we spend more time outdoors, we all do our best to stay hydrated with a nice cold drink. Unfortunately, many of the common drinks that we reach for are not only high in calories but contain excessively large amounts of sugar. Regular consumption of these drinks can lead to significant tooth decay, but can also lead to bigger health problems like diabetes and obesity.  At our dental clinic, many of our North Delta and Surrey patients who have issues with tooth...

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Back to School Oral Health!

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Back to School Oral Health!

As parents and kids alike gear up for school again, here are some helpful tips to make sure your child’s teeth stay nice and healthy. 1) Keeping breakfasts healthy. Needless to say many of the cereals on the market are chock full of sugar (sorry Captain Crunch and Tony the Tiger) Having homemade oatmeal with fruit that you can lightly sweeten yourself is a better alternative and only take minutes to put together. Scrambled eggs or omelettes with toast is also another good option. If you’re in a time crunch in the morning, consider making the...

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Teeth Whitening with Take Home Trays

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Teeth Whitening with Take Home Trays

Teeth Whitening with Take Home Trays What is Tooth Whitening? Teeth whitening means brightening of the color of your teeth through the use of a peroxide-based gel that is applied to the front surfaces of the teeth for a specified amount of time. This treatment is useful in removing external discolouration (from foods like red wine and coffee; or smoking) and internal discolouration (naturally darker teeth or caused by trauma or older fillings). Do any of the drug store products work? While there are many products available for whitening...

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