Do You Know How Much Sugar Is In The Food And Drink You Have?

January 16th, 2014

Sugar has been prominent in the news recently.  It has long been know that sugary foods and drinks contribute to an increased risk of dental decay.  The intake of sugar in our diet has generally increased in recent years and seems to have led to an increase in dental problems as well as other health […]

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How Would You Like To Have Straighter, Whiter Teeth This Year?

January 10th, 2014

Many people make New Year’s resolutions and studies have found that most people fail with these. For example, do you know of anyone who joined the gym in January, only to stop going a few weeks or months later – maybe that’s been you? You can say goodbye to twisted or crooked looking teeth this […]

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Say Goodbye To Stained And Discoloured Teeth With Teeth Whitening

November 21st, 2013

Most people’s teeth naturally discolour as we get older and some people’s teeth start at a yellower colour from a young age. Most of the things that people enjoy such as tea, coffee, smoking and red wine  that can stain your teeth over time and leave you feeling less attractive. Fortunately, teeth whitening treatments are […]

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Do You Suffer From Regular Headaches or Migraines?

November 14th, 2013

Did you know that in many cases frequent or constant headaches can be effectively treated by your dentist?  Headaches can range from being a minor irritation to severely painful, with migraines even more so which can often have an impact on working and the quality of your life. If you have seen a doctor and […]

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Mouth Cancer Action Month 2013

November 7th, 2013

November is Mouth Cancer Action Month 7500 people will be diagnosed with mouth cancer this year and of these 50% will die. Mouth cancer is one of the less commonly known cancers to most people, however an average of 18 people in the UK are diagnosed with mouth cancer each day and it is one […]

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How To Take Care Of Your Children’s Teeth

October 18th, 2013

As a parent with two young children I’m fully aware how it can be difficult to brush their teeth well. I’ve gone through times where they refuse to open their mouth, biting on the toothbrush to throwing  a full blown tantrum. Every child is unique and here are some tips that may help with brushing: […]

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7 Tips To Prevent Gum Disease

September 27th, 2013

Following on from our post last week about gum disease, today we will discuss simple tips you can follow in order to help prevent gum disease or to help slow the progress if you are suffering from gum disease. Healthy Gums Tip 1 – Brush Regularly It is recommended that you brush your teeth twice […]

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What Is Gum Disease?

September 20th, 2013

What is gum disease? Gum disease is the most common cause for tooth loss in adults, more so than tooth decay, so it is important to take care of your gums. Most adults have some degree of gum disease. Usually it progresses slowly and can be stopped from getting worse. Some people are genetically predisposed […]

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11 Top Tips To Help Prevent Cavities In Your Children’s Teeth

September 6th, 2013

There’s nothing worse than having to subject your child to a filling or extraction because good oral hygiene habits and diet advice were not followed. Children can be just as slack at cleaning their teeth as many adults but if we instil good behaviour early in their life, those habits will provide them with a […]

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7 Top Tips for Fresh Breath

August 17th, 2013

Summertime is the period in the year when people are often out the most socialising with friends and at  parties, barbeques and weddings.  One of the biggest factors that can ruin a good night out is the quality of your breath.  However, the good news is that as quickly as bad breath (halitosis) can have […]

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