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Anaida Deti

Her goal is to have every patient of hers smiling!

When Anaida Deti immigrated to Canada from Albania 13 years ago with her husband she had a big dream of opening her own business but not much else. Ten years, seven-day workweeks and a diploma later, she opened the doors to her very own dental hygiene practice, becoming CEO of Dental-X Smile Centers now DentalX. A registered Dental Hygienist, Anaida has made it her mission to educate patients on the importance of dental health. Anaida is a member of the Canadian, Ontario and Toronto Dental Hygienists Association, and was elected as the ODHA Ambassador for Toronto North. She founded Mission Kind (Kids In Need of Dentalcare), to help children aged 6-16 obtain much needed dental work at no charge. In 2015, she became a finalist for the MOMpreneur Award for Excellence. Anaida is a coveted speaker at dental conventions and seminars. Her passion and dental expertise has garnered her media coverage on Rogers Daytime Television, and Sirius XM Radio’s What She Said. She has been featured in the Toronto Star, Elevate, Parents Magazine, Focus Magazine and more. Connect with her @anaidadeti.com
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Teens And Teeth Whitening: What You Should Know

Teenagers deal with all sorts of pressures and self esteems issues, and their appearance are high on that list; so, what do you do when they say their smile isn't as bright and white as they want it to be? As parents, we strive to help our kids feel better about themselves; but before you buy those whitening strips or make that teeth whitening appointment, you should sink your teeth into the facts, first.
11/11/2016 07:41 EST
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How To Manage Your Kids' Halloween Candy

It may just be a sweet coincidence that October is both Dental Hygiene Month and Halloween but with Halloween just around the corner, your little ghosts and goblins are eager to hit the candy jackpot. But what else can be spookier than creepy crawlies and witches? Rotting teeth from too much sugar and dental plaque.
10/13/2016 02:44 EDT