August 6, 2021
by The Toronto Star
We’re now into the second year of this pandemic and if we’ve learned anything about this time in our lives, it’s that we need to take good care of ourselves and the ones we love. And that kind of special attention shouldn’t stop at your mouth.
We all know that brushing our teeth twice a day and flossing daily is a basic routine we should follow, but habits and lifestyles have changed, sometimes drastically, in the past 17 months. Working from home, wearing face masks and experiencing higher levels of stress can all affect your dental health in different ways.