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Dental Care Basics & When To Visit Your Downtown Dental Office in Toronto
Dental Care Basics & When To Visit Your Downtown Dental Office in Toronto
May 17, 2018

Oral care is incredibly important to your health. Without proper maintenance, your gums can get infected, which would bring along cavities, tooth decay, and a whole slew of other problems that would warrant a visit to your downtown dental office in Toronto.

 

Routine dental maintenance is vital to a healthy smile – but you should always schedule regular checkups with your downtown dental Toronto office!

 

Before your regular checkup with a downtown dental Toronto office, you should always be doing these things to maintain your oral health:

 

Brush Teeth

Brushing your teeth twice a day is imperative to the overall maintenance of your oral health. However, what many people don’t realize – is that they need to take their time when brushing. We know the morning rush can be hectic, but taking your time to brush your teeth is the proper way to brush.

 

Maintain Equipment

After brushing your teeth, it’s important to always rinse your brush. Keep it in an upright position, in an open area, and away from other toothbrushes to prevent cross-contamination and ensure that your brush dries properly. If you wear a retainer to sleep, rinse it thoroughly and regularly clean its container.

 

Floss Regularly

Many people believe that brushing your teeth regularly, cleaning your equipment, and having routine checkups with your downtown dental office in Toronto is enough to maintain a healthy smile. Yet, flossing is equally as important to the rest of the factors that contribute to a healthy smile. Flossing regularly maintains the health of your gums, and cleans places that your toothbrush can’t reach.

 

Adhering to all of these things will contribute to a healthy smile. When you take your time brushing twice a day, properly cleaning your equipment, and flossing one tooth at a time on a daily basis – this all leads to having great dental health.

 

However, if you keep up with all these things, and you feel discomfort with your teeth, whether it be swollen gums, toothaches, tooth loss, or even having difficulty swallowing, you should visit your downtown dental office in Toronto.

 

If you don’t have one, we at Queens Quay Dental Centre are able to service all of your dental needs!

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Canadian Dental Care Plan (CDCP)

Starting March 11, 2024, we will be able to confirm our participation in the CDCP

(CDCP) is a federal government program intended to reduce financial barriers to oral health care. The program will provide coverage of the cost of dental care for Canadian residents who do not have dental benefits and have a household income of less than $90,000 a year.

Dental care under the CDCP is expected to start in Spring 2024. The federal government has committed to rolling out the CDCP coverage in stages. Below is a table with the expected timelines for applications to the CDCP.

Group Applications open
Seniors aged 87 and above Starting December 2023
Seniors aged 77 to 86 Starting January 2024
Seniors aged 72 to 76 Starting February 2024
Seniors aged 70 to 71 Starting March 2024
Seniors aged 65 to 69 Starting May 2024
Persons with a valid Disability Tax Credit certificate Starting June 2024
Children under age 18 Starting June 2024
All remaining eligible Canadian residents Starting 2025

Sincerely,
The Team at Queens Quay Dental Centre