While you might not typically associate mental health with dentistry, it’s vitally important for older patients with Dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease to receive proper oral care.Read More ➞
Dr. Archer was thrilled to present at the PSW Forum of the Alzheimer Society of Toronto. The theatre was packed with a passionate and dedicated group of personal support workers from across the city, and Dr. Archer was proud to share her passion for dental care as a human right.Read More ➞
“If only I’d gone to the doctor sooner,” is probably one of the worst regrets a person can have in life. In honour of oral health month, we thought it was the perfect time to remind you that your oral health is a huge indicator of your overall health, and that the second you sense there’s something not quite right with either, you should go to a doctor rather than waiting as it worsens, hoping it’ll go away on its own.Read More ➞
If you’re in the mood to expand your knowledge when it comes to teeth and oral health, we’ve got some interesting bits of trivia for you!Read More ➞
We’re so pleased to present a link to Dr. Archer’s recent interview with her Alma Mater Dalhousie University!Read More ➞
Picking your New Year’s Resolution is the easy part – actually keeping it is a whole other kettle of fish. If you’re struggling not to break the goals you set for yourself this new year, we have some tips to help keep you strong!Read More ➞
With 2016 fast approaching, there’s no better time to get started on your list of resolutions. Here’s a dental checklist to help you keep on top of your oral hygiene as well as your personal goals for the New Year!Read More ➞
With the holiday season in full swing, many of us are both dreading and looking forward to all the sugary treats we’re guaranteed to be surrounded by.