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Get Your Dental Work Done & Have an Extra Long Weekend

Did you know that we are now open on Fridays? For some of you, this may be the perfect solution. On Fridays, you have minimal disruption to your week to take care of your mouth. Also, if you arrange it

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Dentistry From the Heart Event

Our Dentistry From the Heart Event is coming up fast and furious on Friday June 7th, 2013. This is an event where my staff and I volunteer our time for the day to provide free dental care to our community. Last

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Revolutionary FASTBRACES® is Here!

At the end of March, Suada and I travelled to Red Oak, Texas to learn about this fantastic Orthodontic system. Straight teeth in 3 months to about a year! This system has been perfected over the last 20

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Charity of the Month: Sick Kids Foundation

My name is Sheri Vella and I am one of the receptionists at Bradford Family Dentistry. My son Shawn, suffers from Partial Complex Seizures. For years we have been going for tests to find out the source

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Smile Secrets of the Stars (How They Keep Them Looking So Good)

What are the Smile Secrets of the Stars?  Well, a perfect and white smile makes anyone irresistible – it gives you a special charm. People who smile often live longer and feel better about themselves

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Congenital Malformations

Facial Development is an important aspect of general body growth, which means any congenital malformations such as a cleft palate need to be corrected as early as possible. Surgical treatments are needed

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Going Back To School Tips

Back to school is more than just for students of JK, SK, Elementary Students, High School and College/University but for all those teaching as well, and so we’re offering some back to school tips

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Bulimia And Teeth Damage

How Can Bulimia Cause Irreversible Damage To You Teeth? It’s amazing how the human body works together, and each part can have an effect on other parts, both good and well, bad. Our body can give clues

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Tartar

Tartar, also known as calculus, is really only a hardened form of dental plaque. Plaque is a sticky, colorless film that forms between your teeth and on the surface of them. It starts to build up on your

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