The response from D.E.A.R has been amazing. We have received inquiries from and worked with organizations across Canada and the United States including the New York Centre Elder Abuse Centre and the International Association of Caregivers. The program is the first of its kind in the world.Read More ➞
This project is creating the first materials in Canada which link dentists, caregivers and older adults together on issues of abuse and neglect. Working with dentists, hygienists, seniors, caregivers and community organizations, the D.E.A.R. Project is “Taking the Bite out of Elder Abuse”.Read More ➞
Did you know that as we age our dental health becomes even more important and yet many older adults suffer terrible abuse and neglect related to oral hygiene?
Poor or neglected oral health can be a form of elder abuse and it is a serious issue. Dental elder abuse can cause pain, suffering and illness for the older person. It can even lead to cases of preventable death.Read More ➞
Behold Smart Toothbrushes are here,
Sometimes I can’t believe we’re living in the year 2014. But when I see smart dental products for sale in the drug store, I know its true. To me this equipment says, ‘Welcome to the future, a world of possibilities’.Read More ➞
“Ask Archer Dental” is a chance for you to ask us any of your dental questions or concerns. Our team will answer as many of your questions as possible every month. We hope this feature will help to relieve anxieties that some may experience when thinking about visiting the dentist or other dental worries.Read More ➞
Recently the New York City Elder Abuse Center (NYCEAC) covered the D.E.A.R Project on their weekly Elder Justice Dispatch Blog – check out the article!Read More ➞
On April 19, 2014 Dr. Archer appeared on Citytv’s Downright Domestic to discuss Senior Dental Care. Host, Rebecca Webster, got a tour of the Runnymede Dental Centre and learned about our clinic’s unique features.Read More ➞
Recently the Belleville Intelligencer wrote about Dr. Archer’s D.E.A.R Project in their Seniors Scene column in honour of Oral Health Month.Read More ➞
Did you know this week is National Dental Hygienists week?
Please join us in recognizing and thanking our amazing Dental Hygienists, Chandula, Jennifer and Ashley, for the fantastic care they provide to our patients all year long. In addition, thank you to all Hygienists across Canada who provide oral hygiene care to all CanadiansRead More ➞