Dental Health Newsletter

Dental Health Newsletter

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Our quarterly e-newsletter includes information on:

  • Healthy Smiles Ontario and infection prevention and control updates you can pass along to your employees
  • Trends in the dental community
  • Free workshops, webinars and training on health issues that affect your workplace
  • Free resources, community programs and services to benefit your patients, including tobacco, healthy eating, fluoride updates, HPV

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Past Dental Health Newsletters

January, 2020 Edition
  • Issue 6 - Winter Update 2020
  • STOP! Germs Spread Easily
  • NEW Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP)
  • Smokers’ Helpline Transition to Telehealth Ontario
  • Do your clients have questions about their child’s health or growth and development?
  • Do you have a comment, an idea or a question?
December, 2019 Edition
  • Issue 5- Winter 2019
  • NEW Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program (OSDCP)
  • STOP! Germs Spread Easily
  • Do you have a comment, an idea or a question?
July, 2019 Edition
  • Issue 4 - Summer 2019
  • Rethink YOUR Waste at Your Workplace : Best Practices for Managing Disposal of Dental Waste
  • Ontario Seniors Dental Care Program
  • Patient Resource - Talk with your teen about vaping
  • Youth vaping is on the rise in Canada. This is a concerning trend, as nicotine is a highly addictive chemical. Youth are especially susceptible to its negative effects, as it is known to alter brain development and can affect memory and concentration. Health Canada has a new resource available to help parents talk to their teens about vaping.
  • Don't miss this key step on your path to workplace wellness 
  • New Mental Health and Addictions Newsletter
April, 2019 Edition
  • Issue 3 - Spring 2019
  • April is Oral Health Month
  • Healthy Smiles Ontario – Emergency and Essential Services Stream (HSO-EESS)
  • Canada's New Food Guide
  • Reprocessing Critical Medical Equipment
  • CDC Water Fluoridation Training Course
  • Precautionary measures for clients with oral piercings
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