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For Your Mouth, Mind & Body This Fall!

Pumpkin – Not just for decorating – Pumpkin pulp is dense in Vitamin A & C, and its tasty seeds (pepitas) are rich in phytosterols, which may help to lower cholesterol. It’s also known as an immunity booster, to help you steer clear of the common cold! Here are 3 great recipes for roasted pumpkin salad,… Read More »

  • Posted on: Sep 13 2016
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Feeling Guilty About Not Flossing? Maybe There’s No Need…

Maybe there’s no need for flossing… said no dentist! A NY Times article on Tuesday, on the effects/need for flossing, stated: The American Academy of Periodontology acknowledged that most of the current evidence fell short because researchers had not been able to include enough participants or “examine gum health over a significant amount of time.”… Read More »

  • Posted on: Aug 3 2016
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Suffer from Migraines?

Migraines are more common in women than men – and can lead to heart attacks and strokes. Migraines—searing headaches that feel like a hammer to the inside of the skull—can strike anyone, but they predominantly affect women, who are up to four times more likely than men to get them. What causes them, and why… Read More »

  • Posted on: Jun 21 2016
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Newest Technologies in Cosmetic Dentistry

Annual American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Conference 2016 I have been a member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) for close to 10 years now. The annual conference (in Toronto this year) always allows me to learn about the newest technologies, research and methods in the world of Cosmetic Dentistry. This is an… Read More »

  • Posted on: May 4 2016
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The CDA Team Pays It Forward with Passion!

Recently ‪Dr. Fresch shared with the team at Clarendon Dental Arts an unexpected vendor rebate with one request… ‪#‎payitforward‬. We are so fortunate to have a team that is not only passionate and caring about our patients overall health and well being, but also the community! Here are three of the stories of how Anne, Sara and Michelle paid… Read More »


Breast Cancer and Periodontal Disease: Is There a Connection?

As a part of our commitment to continually learning and teaching about periodontal disease and its link to your total health, we’d like to share this recent new study about a link between breast cancer after menopause and periodontal disease. There are no large studies showing the link between periodontal disease a nd breast cancer.… Read More »


Ever Wonder: “How Do I Get Cavities?”

Even though dental enamel is the hardest substance in the body, it can be damaged. Dental decay, or caries, means the decay of the tooth’s hard tissues, i.e. enamel and pulp. Tooth decay is a sum of several factors. And… Clarendon Dental Arts has a brilliant new technology to detect questionable areas of dental decay… Read More »


Snoring Keeping You Up? They’ve Got an App for That!

The Apple iTunes app store was searched for snoring apps that allow recording and playback. Snoring apps were downloaded, evaluated and rated independently by four authors. RESULTS: Of 126 snoring apps, 13 met the inclusion and exclusion criteria. The most critical app feature was the ability to graphically display the snoring events. The Quit Snoring app… Read More »


Could Your Bottled Water Be Causing Your Cavities?

Saliva and cavities… Sometimes patients with even the best home care still get dental cavities- it is “just not fair”, huh? Well, technology is getting better and better and we have learned so much in the past few years as to why this is. You may noticed us testing your saliva pH? 6.8 is an… Read More »


Bacteria In Your Gut…

Did you know that some of the bacteria that is in your mouth is also sitting in your gut? Recent studies have shown that the bacteria that is in your intestines is causing some of the troubles in other parts of your body, including your mouth. Thus, probiotics have become more popular. There have been… Read More »


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