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  November 2018: Tips, eNews & More!

Let's give back!

Hope you had a chance to cheer on your favourite Dental Team at Santa Fest.

At Family Dentistry in Maple we like to give back to the community. Its a good way to show our appreciation.

  Hospital For Sick Children

Once again please drop off an unwrapped gift before December 15th. There are many children at Sick Kids Hospital that will be spending the holidays there instead of at home. As a community lets work together to make each child a beautiful holiday with sending our good wishes, holiday cheer and a new toy. Lets bring some smiles to these little kids.

  Vaughan Food Bank

There are many people less fortunate who need to reach out to Vaughan Food Bank. Lets get into the spirit of giving and please drop off at the office before December 15th any canned goods or packaged items.

Nothing is better than sharing, giving and making someone's day just a little bit brighter.

We will see that they will be distributed in time for the holiday season!

It will put a big smile on their faces as well as yours!!! - Thank you very much.


For insured patients your insurance end is almost up. With the end of the year approaching, if your dental benefits are based on the calendar year, you'll want to make sure you get in your checkup so they don't go to waste! Also, if you have more significant work that you've been holding off from starting, speak to us about options to split it between your 2018 and 2019 insurance allotment. Book an appointment for a holiday cleaning before January 1st before your insurance renews again.

Keep Smiling,

To keep you SMILING we are open 7 Days Per Week


9am - 9pm
8am - 9pm

9am - 9pm
9am - 8pm
9am - 7pm
9am - 4pm
9am - 1pm
Now is the time to come in and see us.
You can either request an appointment online
or call us at
(905) 832-5000.

- The Team at Family Dentistry in Maple

Are You Putting Your Smile Under Pressure?


Watching a thrilling movie or the championship game can be a 'nail biting' experience.The excitement has us sitting at the edge of our seats, our hearts pounding... and some of us even taking the 'nail biting' aspect literally.

How does nail biting affect your teeth?

The primary issue with nail biting is the pressure it puts on your front teeth. These teeth are not built to withstand the same amount of pressure as your molars. Nail biting can cause the enamel protecting your teeth to fracture, as well as wearing down and chipping the edges. Despite being the hardest substance in your body, enamel is by no means invincible.

Click here to learn more about how nail biting affects your oral health.

French Onion Soup


Cold weather requires comfort food that gives you a warm and fuzzy feeling in your belly. And what better than the classic French Onion soup, with its caramelized onions and oozing with cheese! Whether you enjoy the hearty bowl all by yourself or share it with someone, it's always a delight.

Click here for the delicious recipe.