Keeping in touch by blog!

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This is a great way for me to keep you informed about what's new at Oakdale Dental.  You'll find stories about todays dentistry and how it can make your life better and healthier, and sometimes some random thoughts I hope you find interesting. 

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"Great things start with a smile!" Dr Rosenblat

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What a Polar Vortex means for my patients....

Here in beautiful Oakville, just west of Toronto we are experiencing the Polar Vortex like everyone else.  Is it ever cold outside!  You can start experiencing frost bite on exposed skin in as little as 5 minutes. So here is a little advice I give my patients before I send them home after dental treatment in weather like this; if you have had local anaesthetic ( funny we often call it freezing!) you will not have feeling in some of your face.  Often this is accompanied by some drooling.  You won't feel the cold weather on you skin and may therefore be more susceptable to frost bite.  So if you have had dental local anaesthetic, do yourself a favor and stay inside at least until the anaesthetic wears off.

Keep warm, summer will be back!

Dr Steven Rosenblat

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