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While summer officially starts on June 21, weather-wise it appears to have come early this year. There are many festivals and events that come through our city this time of year, click here to find out what is going on!

Off for the summer?
If your children are off for the next few months, please remind them that a break from their schedule does not mean a break from proper oral hygiene. If they are due for an appointment, get them in before they leave for camp or travelling, so we can ensure that they get started in the right direction

If you are interested in bringing out your brightest and healthiest smile for the inevitable photo opportunities of the summer months, give us a call or request an appointment here. Now is a great time to discuss the smile of your dreams.

We understand the impulses and spontaneity that the summer can bring. Please remember to notify us at least 48 hours in advance, if a summer activity creates the need to reschedule an appointment with us.

Have a great month and Happy Fatherís Day on June 20 to all of the dads out there,

Neil Hahn D.D.S. and
the High Park Dental Care Team

Teeth that are sensitive to hot, cold, sweet, sour and even to brushing and flossing may have a condition referred to as Hypersensitivity. Dentin is a layer of the tooth structure under the hard enamel surface. Dentin has nerve endings that can be responsive to temperature, acidic foods, touch and more.

The pain associated with sensitive teeth is often described as a sharp pain in a tooth or several teeth that often leaves as quickly as it came. Yet the experience is disturbing enough that it may cause you to rethink food and drink selections or even how you brush your teeth.

Although some dietary changes are not always a bad idea, changing your brushing habits (if they are currently correct) can lead to other problems.

Dentin Hypersensitivity or Sensitive Teeth are extremely common and for the most part treatable.

Click here to learn about treating sensitive teeth.

Making a smoothie is a great way to start the day, especially as the hotter weather makes the desire to eat a large meal diminish. Not only do refreshing smoothies give you energy first thing in the morning - they can be a lot fun to make!

You can create a new theme in your blender using different flavours and textures every few days. They all have one thing in common - they are packed full of raw, organic, fruits, vegetables and superfoods!

Making a smoothie is a great way to absorb a whole bunch of nutrients all at once. smoothies can be full of fiber and vitamins depending on what you put into them. You can use them for your daily dose of protein, antioxidants and healthy fats.

What could be more delicious than a creamy smoothie that fills you up and gives your body the nutrition and vitality that it requires to thrive?

Click here to learn how to make the perfect smoothie!

This recipe was sourced from Fully Nourished by Marni Wasserman.

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