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By Dr Craig Duval on October 8, 2015

There have been some concerning findings in recent medical research.

Ongoing education and learning is important for all 21st century healthcare providers. At Sherwood Dental we try keep abreast of the latest in oral health research. We take gum health seriously and see patient education as just one of our responsibilities.

 Are you at risk? 

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Poor oral health has been linked to other serious diseases… Detailed report here.

These conditions include:

  • Heart Disease and some Strokes
  • Diabetes
  • Preterm and Low Birth-Weight Babies
  • Rheumatoid Arthritis
  • Respiratory Diseases

Find out about common signs and symptoms of gum disease here.  But … did you know…?

It is possible to have gum disease and have NO warning signs.

We believe that no two patients are alike, so we are teaming up with you to create an oral health plan tailored just for you. We will help identify any risk factors you may have, address any current concerns and make long term goals and plan for the future.

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Reducing your risk factors, keeping your teeth healthy and having an attractive smile is a TEAM EFFORT!

As part of our oral hygiene focus, many of our regular patients have been receiving their personalised ACTIVE MAINTENANCE plan.

There’s no additional cost for this service.

We invite you to read more about our Active Maintenance Plan initiative here.

Dr Craig Duval is committed to the highest standards of care for his patients through actively participating in professional development. Since 2003, Craig has attended over 200 hours of continuing education every year. Learn more

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