Care for Adults

Health Canada

Oral Health Informational Booklet

The booklet will highlight 3 pertinent topics in oral health: Oral health and general health, Brushing, Flossing and other tips; and Oral Cancer. Read and download the Smile: Healthy Teeth, Healthy Body booklet to learn more about the health of your teeth and mouth.

Oral Health Informational Videos

Oral health and general health:

Brushing, Flossing and other tips:

Oral Cancer information

Graphics on tooth brushing and flossing – a great resource for school aged children.

Questionnaire on oral cancer:

Ontario Dental Association

Information about oral health care for adults. Includes information about cosmetic dentistry, the impact nutrition has on your teeth, as well as information about medical conditions that may affect your teeth.

Canadian Dental Association

As the authoritative national voice of dentistry, the Canadian Dental Association (CDA) is providing this site as your online link to news and information on dentistry and oral health in Canada.

National Institute for Dental and Craniofacial Research

Oral health is an essential component of health throughout life. Poor oral health and untreated oral diseases and conditions can have a significant impact on quality of life. They can affect the most basic human needs, including the ability to eat and drink, swallow, maintain proper nutrition, smile, and communicate. This site provides information (diseases, medications, sealants, and finding low-cost dental care) as well as reports and recent publications.

Health Canada - Oral Health

Oral health refers to the health of your teeth and your mouth. Maintaining good oral health includes keeping your teeth free from cavities and keeping your gums free from disease. Health Canada's section on Oral Health provides information about disease, nutrition and care when travelling as related to Oral Health.

Ontario Association of Public Health Dentistry

The OAPHD advocates for oral health and improved access to care on behalf of the community, as a whole or on behalf of special populations such as seniors and the very young.