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Review from a Happy Customer

We just love hearing from happy customers! We recently received the following thoughtful review on LinkedIn from Silvia de la Fe Gonzalez. If you would like to leave a review about the service you received at Archer Dental, please visit our Rosedale or Runnymede Yelp pages.

Dr. Natalie Archer — A Distinctive Dentist for Our Times

Knowledgeable. Innovative. Accomplished. Diligent. Passionate. Creative. Compassionate.

These are the words that best describe Dr. Natalie Archer — my dentist. When you walk into her technically modern dental office what immediately summons your attention is the care, warmth and thoughtfulness with which you are greeted by staff. It clearly speaks to Dr. Archer’s commitment to managing a dental practice that has at its centre the value she places on all her patients.

The décor, imaginatively chosen, immediately makes you relaxed — whether it’s the gentle music playing in the background or the waterfall located in the reception area. Patients are seen in a timely manner based on a carefully planned schedule. You are invited into a comfortably designed chair that makes you perfectly at ease.

Each staff member has a special role and task to play in the assessment of patients before Dr. Archer sees you. Dr. Archer, a chic dresser, reviews all the tests and records and explains what you need in clear language and caring tone.

If you look around each office you will instantly know that she is not only deeply caring about her patients and practice, but also about the needs of the most vulnerable in our community who are not able to receive dental care.”

— Silvia de la Fe Gonzalez

Toronto Dentist, Dr. Natalie Archer, Appears on Rogers Daytime Toronto

On March 29, 2013, Toronto Dentist, Dr. Natalie Archer, appeared on Rogers Daytime Toronto to discuss the importance of oral hygiene, especially as we grow older, with host Val Cole.

Dr. Archer outlines oral health tips that those of all ages can implement to ensure their oral hygiene stays at its best as we grow older. Dr. Archer explains that the mouth is the primary portal to the body and must be clean and infection-free in order for us to have a healthy body.

Check out the simple tips that you can start to incorporate into your oral care routine today!

Five Simple Oral Hygiene Tips

  1. Gargle with warm salt water to clear your mouth of bacteria.
  2. Floss your teeth at least once a day. If you have trouble flossing, use specialized flossing tools to help.
  3. Brush your teeth with a soft bristle toothbrush at least twice a day.
  4. Drink lots of water and eat foods like celery, carrots and oranges to increase the salivary flow rate.