Athlete’s often fear post damage injuries can cause, especially when the impact is severe. A sport injury can cause broken bones, damage in joints, chipped teeth, torn muscles and worst case scenario hospital stays. In a recent post; NFL and NHL Dental Facts we describe the oral problems a NFL or NHL player could face and offered a few recommendations to protect their teeth.
You have finally reached the age of retirement, now you will finally be able to enjoy time with your family and friends. Sani Dental Group is proud of your dedication and all the accomplishments you have achieve throughout the years you worked. Not that you have more free time, you might ask yourself “What should can I do?” An option you have is to fix your garden, whether you fix your backyard or front yard; now that you are retire, why not take this hobby? This week our dental clinic would like to offer you a few tips and ideas to turn your outdoor space into a peaceful, pleasant and harmonious sanctuary for you to relax in.
Football season is here! However, soon another sport will also be starting, the game is Hockey! Which one is your favorite, do you prefer to play? Both sports are entertaining, but both sports can cause serious dental problems to the practitioners. With this in mind a question has emerged, this season, “Who Will Lose Their Smile; NHL Players or NFL Players?” this question has pop-up several times and many have participated in the argument.
September is a very especial month for Americans, Canadians and Mexicans. In the case of Mexicans they celebrate their independence day on September 16; Americans and Canadians will celebrate Labor Day possible the last summer holiday and day-off in the season.
“Lately a friend of mine has been complaining of constant back pain; then again he works as a driver for UPS, driving anywhere from 8hrs to weeks.” – mentioned Jack.
A visit to the dentist can be a hassle, many fear the diagnosis they will be given or its treatment options. However, this shouldn't be the case, remember dentists are responsible people, who want to help you take care of your teeth, protect your gums and have a healthy smile.
Have you ever thought of the dangers you are exposed to every day? Many of us don't, this is because of the many responsibilities we have in our everyday life, responsibilities that sometimes distract us and cause us to not pay attention to the things happening in our surrounding.
There are several areas in our body that need extra protection; among them are our kidneys, lungs, heart and brain. Other areas that need protection include our eyes, teeth, hands and/or feet.
An exciting celebration is hapening in Canada, Gold Cup Parade Day; is celebrated mainly in the city of Charlottetown on the third Friday in August. We can expect many extraordinary shows, cars and of course races! This event is often considered the last celebration of the summer, is so popular that it is even broadcasted in television.
For Sani Dental Group, both your smile and your health are important. Last week we explored 5 benefits drinking water has in our body. In previous post we have learned an apple can protect our teeth and smiles. This week’s post will provide 5 new reasons why we should drink more water and its benefits.
After a long week, you decide to head to your favorite restaurant and ask a few friends to accompany you. The problem is that once you get close to them, you notice they make a faces, you take a sniff and notice your breath smells terrible.
Saliva is our body’ natural mouthwash, it’s able to moisten our oral cavity and helps to digest the foods we eat; saliva can also prevent infections, as it helps control the number of bacteria and fungi in our mouth.
Doctors are constantly offering their patients tips and making investigations, through these doctors explain certain diets and how changing certain habits or doing certain exercises will benefit our health.
Recently there has been an outbreak in the United States. The Ebola virus has infected 2 Americans, news report that Nancy Writebol (59) and Dr. Kent Brantly (33) were treated in Emory University Hospital (Atlanta, US).
Accidents can happen at any moment; but all of these usually have a solution. Advances in the medical field have made complicated surgeries simple; imagine that during an accident you suffer a severe bone fracture in your jaw.
In the month of July Canada celebrate a very special holiday, Canada Day. During this day Canadians commemorate “Canada’s Birthday”; it is common to see communities across the country organizing numerous of celebrations. However, the celebrations and fun don’t have to stop in July, in fact they can continue to the next month; on August we can all get together and celebrate: Civic Holiday Day.
All of us follow different habits, things that we have been doing for years; some habits make our life easier and others are simply done for no apparent reason.
Medicine and technology have advance to extraordinary levels in recent years. Today hospitals all over the world have cutting edge technologies, technologies that were once only though to exist in television or science fiction films. Examples of these are: lasers, specials valves for the heart, electronic aspirins and in recent years CT-Scans.
You are about to go out with your friends; it’s been a long week and you are ready to rest. However, as you are getting ready you notice something weird in your tongue; your tongue has turned a dark color and you begin to feel a burning sensation. This burning sensation becomes harsh and you decide to take pain-killer, unfortunately these have little effect. At the event, you face several embarrassing moments and decide to leave early.
Traveling to another country or city could be a problem, especially if this is your first time staying in a hotel. Mostly likely you don’t know what options you have, with whom to book or what should be your priorities? Sani Dental Group wants you to have the best experience, when traveling and staying at a Hotel, that is why this week we will offered you a few tips that will help you the next time you decide to stay in a hotel.