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Ontario’s Dentists Will Continue to Push for Dental Care for Low-Income Kids

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Chronic underfunding of the Healthy Smiles Ontario Program leaves more than 300,000 children in need.

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March 28, 2018

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TORONTO, ON — Today’s budget announcement proposes a new drug and dental program starting next year. However, this announcement does not take meaningful action for kids from low-income families who are eligible for the Healthy Smiles Ontario (HSO) program right now.

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Ontario’s Dentists Urge Provincial Government to Do More for Low-Income Kids

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Close to 300,000 children in need of dental care aren’t getting it.

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February 5, 2018

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TORONTO, ON — The Ontario Dental Association (ODA) has launched an awareness campaign to help Ontarians understand the dangerous funding gap in public dental care.

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Halloween Tricks for Your Teeth

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It can be a scary time of year for your dental health but there are ways to avoid carnage in your mouth

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October 24, 2017

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TORONTO, ON — Dentists know a lot of candy will be eaten over the coming weeks by people of all ages, so there’s no need to try to hide it!

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The Naughty and Nice Food and Beverage List

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Eat, drink and be merry like a tooth-protecting pro this holiday season!

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December 8, 2017

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TORONTO, ON — The festive party season is already underway, but how do you enjoy all the socializing and celebrations without turning your teeth into lumps of coal? 

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Dorm Dental Dangers

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Why a toothache should never be part of the curriculum

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September 5, 2017

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TORONTO, ON — Ontario’s college and university campuses are filling up with about two million students, some living on their own for the first time. It’s always fun and exciting to start a new year of school, but there’s never been more reason for undergrads to stick with a healthy dental care routine.

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