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Pacific Dental Pacific Dental is located in Toronto at the corner of Bloor Street West and Pacific Avenue directly across from beautiful High Park.

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Interesting dental fact: You will produce approximately 100,000 gallons of saliva over your lifetime. https://pacificden...
09/27/2021

Interesting dental fact: You will produce approximately 100,000 gallons of saliva over your lifetime.
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Interesting dental fact: You will produce approximately 100,000 gallons of saliva over your lifetime.
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The tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body, and tooth enamel is the hardest structure in the human body.  http...
09/24/2021

The tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body, and tooth enamel is the hardest structure in the human body.
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The tongue is the strongest muscle in the human body, and tooth enamel is the hardest structure in the human body.
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Periodontal disease refers to conditions affecting the gums. Smokers are 2-7 times more likely to develop periodontal di...
09/22/2021

Periodontal disease refers to conditions affecting the gums. Smokers are 2-7 times more likely to develop periodontal disease than their non-smoking counterparts.
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Periodontal disease refers to conditions affecting the gums. Smokers are 2-7 times more likely to develop periodontal disease than their non-smoking counterparts.
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If you had a toothache in the middle ages, you would have been advised to kiss a donkey. We are thankful modern dentistr...
09/20/2021

If you had a toothache in the middle ages, you would have been advised to kiss a donkey. We are thankful modern dentistry has advanced significantly and we now have different solutions for toothache.
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If you had a toothache in the middle ages, you would have been advised to kiss a donkey. We are thankful modern dentistry has advanced significantly and we now have different solutions for toothache.
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

Our smile is our most prominent feature, and approximately 48% of young adults have untagged themselves from at least on...
09/17/2021

Our smile is our most prominent feature, and approximately 48% of young adults have untagged themselves from at least one photo on Facebook because they didn't like their smile.
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Our smile is our most prominent feature, and approximately 48% of young adults have untagged themselves from at least one photo on Facebook because they didn't like their smile.
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For optimal oral health, you should brush your teeth at least twice per day. Brushing less than twice per day increases ...
09/15/2021

For optimal oral health, you should brush your teeth at least twice per day. Brushing less than twice per day increases your likelihood of tooth decay by 33%.
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For optimal oral health, you should brush your teeth at least twice per day. Brushing less than twice per day increases your likelihood of tooth decay by 33%.
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Did you know that the foods you eat can help reduce your risk of developing gum disease?  For example, coconuts are natu...
09/13/2021

Did you know that the foods you eat can help reduce your risk of developing gum disease? For example, coconuts are naturally anti-bacterial so including coconut in your diet will contribute to a healthier environment for your teeth and gums.
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Did you know that the foods you eat can help reduce your risk of developing gum disease? For example, coconuts are naturally anti-bacterial so including coconut in your diet will contribute to a healthier environment for your teeth and gums.
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About 90 percent of people with mouth cancer and some types of throat cancer have used to***co. The risk of developing t...
09/10/2021

About 90 percent of people with mouth cancer and some types of throat cancer have used to***co. The risk of developing these cancers increases as people smoke or chew more often or for a longer time.
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About 90 percent of people with mouth cancer and some types of throat cancer have used to***co. The risk of developing these cancers increases as people smoke or chew more often or for a longer time.
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If you are involved in a physically active sport, consider getting a sports mouthguard, which can protect you from possi...
09/08/2021

If you are involved in a physically active sport, consider getting a sports mouthguard, which can protect you from possible injury to your teeth, gums, lips, cheeks, and tongue.
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If you are involved in a physically active sport, consider getting a sports mouthguard, which can protect you from possible injury to your teeth, gums, lips, cheeks, and tongue.
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25% of adults DO NOT brush twice a day. This increases the risk of developing tooth decay by 33%. https://pacificdentalo...
09/06/2021

25% of adults DO NOT brush twice a day. This increases the risk of developing tooth decay by 33%.
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#healthysmiles #dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

25% of adults DO NOT brush twice a day. This increases the risk of developing tooth decay by 33%.
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#healthysmiles #dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

It takes 43 muscles to frown. It only takes 17 to smile. https://pacificdentalonbloor.com #healthysmiles #dentisttoronto...
09/03/2021

It takes 43 muscles to frown. It only takes 17 to smile.
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It takes 43 muscles to frown. It only takes 17 to smile.
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A sore mouth might be caused by false teeth that don't fit well. It could also be from leaving false teeth in overnight....
08/31/2021

A sore mouth might be caused by false teeth that don't fit well. It could also be from leaving false teeth in overnight. Burning mouth syndrome is a problem that affects some older women. Not eating the right kind of food may also be the cause. Time to see your dentist? Call 416-762-9706 to book your appointment at Pacific Dental in Toronto today!
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A sore mouth might be caused by false teeth that don't fit well. It could also be from leaving false teeth in overnight. Burning mouth syndrome is a problem that affects some older women. Not eating the right kind of food may also be the cause. Time to see your dentist? Call 416-762-9706 to book your appointment at Pacific Dental in Toronto today!
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#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

Do you have a sweet tooth, but cringe in pain every time you enjoy a sweet treat? This likely means that the enamel of y...
08/27/2021

Do you have a sweet tooth, but cringe in pain every time you enjoy a sweet treat? This likely means that the enamel of your teeth is damaged and is making your teeth sensitive to sweets and other foods. Use a toothpaste designed to protect against tooth sensitivity and don't brush too hard!
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Do you have a sweet tooth, but cringe in pain every time you enjoy a sweet treat? This likely means that the enamel of your teeth is damaged and is making your teeth sensitive to sweets and other foods. Use a toothpaste designed to protect against tooth sensitivity and don't brush too hard!
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Fluoride is good for your teeth, but for children under the age of 6, if exposure to fluoride is more than what is requi...
08/24/2021

Fluoride is good for your teeth, but for children under the age of 6, if exposure to fluoride is more than what is required to simply prevent dental caries, it can cause dental fluorosis.
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Fluoride is good for your teeth, but for children under the age of 6, if exposure to fluoride is more than what is required to simply prevent dental caries, it can cause dental fluorosis.
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Did you know? Plaque contains 300 kinds of bacteria!Make sure you are brushing and flossing to help keep your smile clea...
08/20/2021

Did you know? Plaque contains 300 kinds of bacteria!
Make sure you are brushing and flossing to help keep your smile clean!
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Did you know? Plaque contains 300 kinds of bacteria!
Make sure you are brushing and flossing to help keep your smile clean!
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

Soft drinks - even the sugar-free ones - contain acid that erodes tooth enamel. If you must, drink them quickly and use ...
08/18/2021

Soft drinks - even the sugar-free ones - contain acid that erodes tooth enamel. If you must, drink them quickly and use a straw to avoid extended contact with your teeth.
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Soft drinks - even the sugar-free ones - contain acid that erodes tooth enamel. If you must, drink them quickly and use a straw to avoid extended contact with your teeth.
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#healthyteet #dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

Looking for signs of gum disease? Here are common things to look for: 1. Red, shiny, puffy, sore or sensitive gums 2. Bl...
08/16/2021

Looking for signs of gum disease? Here are common things to look for:
1. Red, shiny, puffy, sore or sensitive gums
2. Bleeding when you brush or floss
3. Bad breath that won't go away

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Looking for signs of gum disease? Here are common things to look for:
1. Red, shiny, puffy, sore or sensitive gums
2. Bleeding when you brush or floss
3. Bad breath that won't go away

https://pacificdentalonbloor.com

#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

5 steps to good oral health: 1. Practice good oral hygiene. 2. Check your mouth regularly. 3. Eat well. 4. See your dent...
08/13/2021

5 steps to good oral health:
1. Practice good oral hygiene.
2. Check your mouth regularly.
3. Eat well.
4. See your dentist regularly.
5. don't smoke or chew to***co.
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5 steps to good oral health:
1. Practice good oral hygiene.
2. Check your mouth regularly.
3. Eat well.
4. See your dentist regularly.
5. don't smoke or chew to***co.
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

My dentist told me I need a crown. I was like: I KNOW, RIGHT?https://pacificdentalonbloor.com #dentisttoronto #dentist #...
08/11/2021

My dentist told me I need a crown. I was like: I KNOW, RIGHT?
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My dentist told me I need a crown. I was like: I KNOW, RIGHT?
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

Time for some dental trivia! Did you guess correctly?In what country was invented the first “toothbrush” (with bristles)...
08/09/2021

Time for some dental trivia! Did you guess correctly?
In what country was invented the first “toothbrush” (with bristles)?
1) Egypt
2) China
3) Greece
4) India
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Answer:
3500 B.C.: Babylonians used chewing sticks to clean their teeth.

15th-16th Century: The first “toothbrush” (with bristles) was invented in China and was made of animal bone, bamboo and hog hair.

1780: William Addis of England invented the first mass-produced toothbrush.

1844: The first three-row bristle brush was designed by Dr. Meyer Rhein.

1857: H.N. Wadsworth was the first to patent the toothbrush.

1885: Other American companies began to mass-produce the toothbrush.

1938: The nylon toothbrush, the first to be made with synthetic bristles, appeared on the market.

1939: The first electric toothbrush was invented in Switzerland.

1940 : Soldiers in the United State Army returned from World War II and brought their habit of tooth brushing home with them.

1960 :The Broxodent was the first electric toothbrush to be sold in the United States by the company Squibb. A year later, General Electric was the first company to sell a rechargeable cordless toothbrush.

1987: The company Interplax designed and sold the first rotary action electric toothbrush.

2003: In an annual survey of adults and teens, the toothbrush was voted the number one invention people can't live without, beating out the computer, cell phone and automobile.

Today: Technology has sure come a long way! The modern-day toothbrush is typically constructed out of a plastic handle and nylon bristles. The modern day toothbrush handle comes in many varieties, including handles that are straight, angled or curved. Toothbrush heads also come in a variety of shapes and sizes for people of all ages and sizes.
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

Time for some dental trivia! Did you guess correctly?
In what country was invented the first “toothbrush” (with bristles)?
1) Egypt
2) China
3) Greece
4) India
---
Answer:
3500 B.C.: Babylonians used chewing sticks to clean their teeth.

15th-16th Century: The first “toothbrush” (with bristles) was invented in China and was made of animal bone, bamboo and hog hair.

1780: William Addis of England invented the first mass-produced toothbrush.

1844: The first three-row bristle brush was designed by Dr. Meyer Rhein.

1857: H.N. Wadsworth was the first to patent the toothbrush.

1885: Other American companies began to mass-produce the toothbrush.

1938: The nylon toothbrush, the first to be made with synthetic bristles, appeared on the market.

1939: The first electric toothbrush was invented in Switzerland.

1940 : Soldiers in the United State Army returned from World War II and brought their habit of tooth brushing home with them.

1960 :The Broxodent was the first electric toothbrush to be sold in the United States by the company Squibb. A year later, General Electric was the first company to sell a rechargeable cordless toothbrush.

1987: The company Interplax designed and sold the first rotary action electric toothbrush.

2003: In an annual survey of adults and teens, the toothbrush was voted the number one invention people can't live without, beating out the computer, cell phone and automobile.

Today: Technology has sure come a long way! The modern-day toothbrush is typically constructed out of a plastic handle and nylon bristles. The modern day toothbrush handle comes in many varieties, including handles that are straight, angled or curved. Toothbrush heads also come in a variety of shapes and sizes for people of all ages and sizes.
https://pacificdentalonbloor.com
#dentisttoronto #dentist #dental #dentistry #oralhealth #dentalcare #dentistnearme #smile #cosmeticdentistry #teeth #tooth #dentalclinic #teethwhitening #dentalhygiene

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Toronto, ON
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Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 8am - 7pm
Wednesday 8am - 5pm
Thursday 8am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 1pm
Saturday 9am - 1pm

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