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Endo Perio Calgary CE Lunch & Learn Program

Looking for an opportunity to learn about a variety of topics in the endodontic and periodontal world? We have you covered! Endo Perio Calgary is offering multiple educational sessions to cover the questions and concerns you may have relating to treatments, implants, bone grafting, root canals, and so much more! If this sounds like something you might be interested in learning more about, contact Sean Quinn at 403-466-2991 to be registered for one of the many CE topics that are available.    #EndoPerioLunchAndLearn

Looking for an opportunity to learn about a variety of topics in the endodontic and periodontal world? We have you covered! Endo Perio Calgary is offering multiple educational sessions to cover the questions and concerns you may have relating to treatments, implants, bone grafting, root canals, and so much more! If this sounds like something you might be interested in learning more about, contact Sean Quinn at 403-466-2991 to be registered for one of the many CE topics that are available.  

#EndoPerioLunchAndLearn

6 Habits That Wreck Your Teeth

We all have nasty habits that can damage our teeth. Some are fairly obvious, like chewing on ice, grinding our teeth (either while awake or asleep), or chewing hard candy, but some are more subtle. Here are a few things you may be doing that could send you to the dentist more often than necessary.

Grinding teeth can cause issues like cracked teeth, gum recession, and TMJ issues. We offer some innovative treatments to help relax your muscles.

Tooth discoloration can be easily treated with our in-office whitening system. We offer free consultations for in-office whitening!

Tongue piercings often cause damage to teeth and can create significant recession. This can often be corrected with a simple gum graft!

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Tooth Loss Doubles Risk of Death in Heart Disease Patients

HopsiMedica.com 


A new study shows that tooth loss is linearly associated with increasing rates of death and stroke in coronary heart disease patients. Researchers at Uppsala University, Duke University Medical Center and other institutions examined patients from 39 countries with stable CHD, which included prior myocardial infarction, prior revascularization, or multivessel CHD.  READ MORE 

Another reason to keep your teeth. Between Dr. McKenzie and Dr. Liszka, we've got you covered. 

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