Markham Heritage Health Clinic

at 5970 16th Ave # 128, Markham, L3P7R1 Canada

Dr. Andrea Ho-Fatt Wang BSc DDSDr. Jeffry Wang BSc MD


Markham Heritage Health Clinic
5970 16th Ave # 128
Markham , ON L3P7R1
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 905.471.2967
Website
http://www.markhamheritagehealthclinic.com

Opening time

  • Mondays: 12:00- 20:30
  • Tuesdays: 09:30- 16:00
  • Wednesdays: 12:00- 20:30
  • Fridays: 08:30- 15:00
  • Saturdays: 09:00- 16:00

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Back To School Snacks (For Healthy Teeth!) Hey moms and dads! The kids are back to school soon, and if your kids are like most, they come home hungry. Rather than going through a drive-thru or a giving them a sugary treat, try some of these back to school snack ideas! Keep in mind that every time your child eats a sugary snack, damaging acids form in their mouth and affect their teeth at least 20 minutes before they are neutralized. So, the more times your child has sugar, the more often they are feeding the bacteria that causes tooth decay. Choose a variety of fresh fruits and raw vegetables, such as the ones below: Pineapple Pears Melons Grapefruit Oranges Carrots Celery Cucumbers Other: Unsweetened cereals Pretzels (low-salt) Plain crackers Yogurt (plain flavored, and add honey or stevia) But don't forget to change it up! The same foods, especially if your child considers them "healthy" can get boring after awhile. Here are some snack ideas that incorporate the foods above: Fruit yogurt-Mix different fresh fruits with plain yogurt. Frozen pineapple ice pops-Get cake pop sticks (or skewers), cut some fresh pineapple into slices (or chunks) and put them on the stick. Pop them in the freezer for at least an hour and enjoy! This is a healthy alternative to popsicles…especially yummy on a hot day! Carrot chips-First, preheat oven to 350 degrees. Peel large carrots into thick slices and toss with olive oil and salt. Bake for 12 minutes, cool, and enjoy! Citrus smiles-This is super easy, but a hit with kids! Simply draw with Sharpie and smiley face (or other fun design if you're creative!) on the skin of an orange or grapefruit (the part that peels off). This is a simple way to make an ordinary snack a little more fun! Cucumber zings-This one is probably best for older kids (as it does have a little zing!), but delicious nonetheless! Slice as many cucumbers as you would like and place into a bowl. Pour apple cider vinegar over the slices until they are completely covered. Last, season the mixture with just a bit of sea salt and pepper and let set for a few hours. Eating "teeth friendly" does not have to be bland and boring. In fact, you can make it fun and exciting! Don’t forget to brush after your snack (in addition to before bedtime) to keep your teeth clean and cavity free! We hope you've had a wonderful "back to school" week! For all your dentistry needs, give us a call! 905-471-2967

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