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Back-To-School Dental Health Tips

Developing a good oral routine care while your child is still young is essential for them to grow up with healthy teeth and an attractive smile. The sooner you get them into a good routine, the more you normalise the need for excellent oral hygiene and a nutritious diet. The benefits can be huge, as […] Read more

Jul, 14, 2022

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Six Ways to Teach Kids Good Oral Hygiene

Making sure you teach your child about good oral care from a young age will help them avoid common problems like tooth decay. Establishing a good oral care routine will help prevent future dental problems, making them more likely to grow up with a healthy and attractive smile. Here are six easy ways to teach […] Read more

Jul, 14, 2022

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Are You a Senior? Here’s What You Should Know About Your Oral Health

Getting older affects overall health and dental health, and it’s extremely important to ensure you maintain a good oral care routine. Otherwise, the risk of gum recession and failing teeth can lead to tooth loss. Anyone who has lost teeth will know it is a miserable experience, affecting your self-confidence and ability to eat comfortably […] Read more

Jul, 14, 2022

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Why regular preventive dental care treatment for patients with diabetes or coronary heart disease or both is so important

Diabetes and coronary heart disease are very common problems, but people with these conditions should pay more attention to preventive dental care. Researchers have discovered that people with diabetes or coronary heart disease, or both, who look after their dental health are less likely to have serious health problems associated with these diseases, including a […] Read more

Jun, 14, 2022

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Nine oral health tips to combat winter mouth woes

Winter is fast approaching, and it’s time to think about how it can impact your dental health. Follow our easy oral health tips to help keep your mouth in great shape, no matter the weather. Looking after your immune system Winter is cold and flu season, so it’s a great time to think about boosting […] Read more

Jun, 14, 2022

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Everything you need to know about implant retained dentures

Complete tooth loss is a common problem, and there are several solutions available for restoring multiple teeth. One of the most popular and affordable options is an implant retained denture, also called an overdenture. With this solution, you can enjoy teeth that feel much stronger and more stable and function much more like real teeth. […] Read more

Jun, 14, 2022

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Healthy habits to help you live to 100: Keep your smile for life

Your teeth are meant to last you for life, but they can only do so if you look after them properly. Unfortunately, poor oral and lifestyle habits can all take their toll on your pearly whites. We have taken a closer look at these oral habits and how they impact your dental health, and how […] Read more

May, 03, 2022

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The top five things that cause cavities

From childhood, we have it drummed into us that we need to brush and floss regularly to prevent cavities from forming. Most of us also grow up knowing sugar is bad for our teeth and that we shouldn’t eat too much of it if we want to keep our teeth cavity-free. While these facts may […] Read more

May, 03, 2022

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Bruxism: How to prevent grinding your teeth at night

Clenching and grinding is a habit called bruxism. It is a tremendously destructive habit that can wear down your teeth, cause gum recession and affect your jaw joints. Luckily, when you visit our dental practice, we can easily diagnose the signs of bruxism and provide suitable treatment. What is bruxism? If you have bruxism, you […] Read more

May, 03, 2022

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Six top tips for terrific teeth this Easter

Easter is a great time for family celebrations, but you may be worried about the impact of all that chocolate and candy on your family’s dental health. Consuming too much sugar feeds decay-causing bacteria found naturally in your mouth, increasing the risk of cavities. How much Is too much? The World Health Organisation suggests women […] Read more

Apr, 10, 2022

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