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Introducing The Smile Advantage Plan

About the Plan: We are now proudly offering the Smile Advantage Plan– a dental savings plan that provides the quality dental care you deserve at a price you can afford.  This provides an alternative to traditional insurance for those that need access to affordable, quality care. How it works: The Smile Advantage Plan is an […]

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Whiten for a Wish – 2015

“Whiten for a Wish” presented by Oakville Dental Care has “adopted” Camden through the Make a Wish Foundation. Camden is currently receiving treatment for tracheoesophageal fistula. His wish is to go to Disney World. 100% of the proceeds from “Whiten for a Wish” will go to his campaign. Please contact us for further details.  

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Brighter Smiles 2014

Our team believes we can help the community by using our hearts and our hands to provide free dental care to deserving children. On Saturday, February 22, we held a very successful Brighter Smiles Day. In total, we provided over $6,000 of free dental care to 7 local, uninsured children nominated by our community! In […]

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Introducing the Brighter Smiles Program

We are proud to announce the launch of the “Brighter Smiles” dental care program for local uninsured youth. Ten children under the age of 16 years who lack dental insurance will receive free and complete dental care on February 22, 2014 from Oakville Dental Care. Parents, guardians, teachers and other family and friends can nominate […]

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Simple ways to take years off your smile.

Plastic surgery and Botox may be all the rage, but there are easier ways for almost anyone to look younger and more confident. In honor of Mother’s Day and the official start of summer, we’ve got some suggestions on how dental procedures can brighten your look and keep everyone guessing about your age. Replace old […]

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Have you been checked for oral cancer?

Though other cancers get more attention, oral cancer is the eighth-leading cause of cancer death in the United States. And even when it doesn’t kill, it can leave victims disfigured and sometimes unable to speak or swallow. Why is this cancer so deadly? Because it’s generally not caught in its early stages, and physicians don’t […]

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Sweeter kisses for Valentine’s Day.

As a sign of affection, kissing has been around longer than St. Valentine himself. But did you know that kissing originated from the ancient practice of getting acquainted with other humans by sniffing each other? Does your breath smell kissably fresh? The occasional garlicky meal aside, the number one cause of chronic bad breath is […]

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New Year’s dental resolutions.

It’s a brand new year! It’s a time when many of us make resolutions to get healthy, look better, and save money. Make a resolution to improve your oral health and you can accomplish all three! A sparkling, healthy smile can make a big difference in the way you look and feel. And, when you […]

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