The Value of the Services Provided by a Registered Dental Hygienist

Dan the Audio/Visual man hadn’t received a dental check-up for 15 years until he was hired to provide AV services at the Ottawa Dental Hygienists Society annual conference. Eight years later, as he continues to provide AV services for the conference, Dan take his oral health seriously. “Now, I know how important my oral health […]

Who Is The Bravest Of Them All?

“That’s Eva Grayzel!” Rachel declared to her husband Tim. She gave me a big hug and told me I was her hero since she was a survivor of mouth cancer. I had no idea she followed all my posts online. Meeting Rachel and Tim has likewise changed my life. We were both speakers at the […]

Intense Exercise Correlates with Poor Oral Health

MPR (Medical Prescribing Reference) reports on a new study that athletes produce more alkaline in their saliva after workouts causing tooth decay and gum disease. They didn’t study the oral hygiene practices of these athletes. Are they too tired after all the workouts to brush and floss? When the athletes worked out the amount of […]

Give Oral Cancer a Voice

Will Anyone Love a Woman Facially Disfigured by Oral Cancer

Tiffany had surgery for oral cancer the day before her 21st birthday. When she saw herself in the mirror for the first time after surgery, her smile was crooked, her eye didn’t close all the way, and she thought, ‘No one will ever love me.’ She believed she would never find love. She talks about […]

The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) – Common Yet Unfamiliar

25 million Americans are actively infected on any given day with high-risk HPV. We should know more about it. “3 is Key” is the slogan for Gardasil, one of the two vaccines for the HPV. It is recommended that the second vaccination take place about 2 months after the first and the third to take […]

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