December 2014: Tips, e-News and More!
We've enjoyed serving you this past year, and we appreciate the opportunity to care for you and your family. It has been a pleasure helping you maintain your oral health. We hope that we have surpassed your expectations, and we look forward to caring for your smile for years to come!
The most generous compliment that we can receive is a referral to your friends and family. We would be honoured to provide your loved ones with the same level of care and attention that you have come to expect of our practice.
Is your smile all that it can be?
Has it been a while since we last saw you? Were you waiting for your coverage to renew? We are booking appointments into 2015. We would love to help make this coming year a healthy, beautiful one for your smile.
And don't forget, as your dental insurance may reset at the end of the year, if you need to book a final appointment to maximize those benefits, we'll do our best to fit you in before December 31st!
Please be advised that our holiday hours will be:
Wishing you all the best this holiday season,
Dr. Steven Rosenblat and Team
Have you begun thinking of your New Year's resolutions?
Drink more water in 2015!
Your body contains between 50-80% water and needs (6-8 glasses) of water per day to function properly. While most of our daily water intake comes from foods and sources other than simply drinking a glass of water, use this resolution to simplify your water intake. Proper hydration aids in weight control, toxin release, reduces the occurrence or severity of headaches, muscle aches and much more.
To help you remember to drink more water try attaching it to tasks you already do every day.
Here is a simple schedule to show you how to easily include more water in your day.
Click here to see how you can add water during your day.
Surreal Sweet Potato Leek Soup
Are you eating root vegetables? Do you know how good they are for you? If you aren't including yams, squash, beets, carrots, radish, and rutabaga – it's time to start.
The root veggie we are most excited about is the white sweet potato, also known as the Japanese sweet potato. So here is a recipe that is quick and easy to whip together. Don't worry, this recipe also works great with regular sweet potatoes!
Click here to for more reasons why its important this holiday!
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