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January 2020: Tips, eNews & More!

Happy New Year!

Goodbye 2019 and hello 2020! Not only does 2020 mark the start of a new year but also a new decade. Are you excited for this fresh start?

Do you have any New Year's resolutions? If you aren't sure what you want to achieve, start with making small goals. It's a common misconception that setting massive or life changing goals for the year (although you can if you want!) is the way to go. Let's be honest, it takes time to make significant changes in your life. Reaching small goals either by yourself or with a partner can be even more rewarding.

To start, try setting a goal to better care for your oral health. One way to achieve this is by booking an appointment with us so we can make sure you're on track. We enjoyed serving you in 2019 and look forward to seeing you in 2020!

Wishing you a wonderful kick start to the New Year!

Dr. Svoboda and the team at ParkPlace Dental Centre

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Alcohol and Your Oral Health

During the holiday season, most enjoy partaking in social festivities, which could often involve drinking. Whether it's cocktails on a night out with friends or a glass of wine over a home-cooked meal with family, we sometimes tend to consume more alcohol during this time. As fun as it may be, it is safe to say that we start to feel its impact once January rolls around.

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Pomegranate, Kale and Wild Rice Salad with Walnuts and Feta

Is healthy eating part of your New Year's resolution? How about something easy, healthy, AND also colourful and beautiful to look at? If you answered yes, then this is the recipe for you!

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Importance of Drinking Water During the Winter Months

Children are not get enough Water During the Winter Months.

54.5% of students were found to take below the minimum daily water intake by a study carried out by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Erica Kenny, a lead researcher in this study was surprized that almost one in four kids drank no water during the course of the day. Boys were 76% more likely to be dehydrated than girls. Not drinking enough water could result in cognitive impairment, headaches and even nausea. Symptoms of not getting enough water include fussiness, infrequent urination, dry mouth, and no tears when crying.

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ParkPlace Junior Colouring Contest!

ParkPlace Junior invites you to join our colouring contest for a chance to win 1 of 5 McDonald's gift cards!

Parents can click below to download the colouring page for your kids to participate. The completed artwork can be scanned and emailed to or dropped off at our dental office.

The contest closes on February 10th, 2020.

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