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Why Do We Have Baby Teeth?

One of the most memorable milestones is when your baby gets that precious first tooth, and although these teeth aren’t permanent, they have an important role in your child’s health and development. Baby teeth have thinner enamel and are softer than adult teeth, making them more prone to cavities. Therefore, they must be cared for […] Read more

Oct, 10, 2021

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Our Top Tips for a Spooktacular Halloween

With Halloween around the corner, many children are looking forward to receiving bags of sweets. Although Halloween is enjoyable, having a plan in place can prevent it from impacting your child’s oral health. Eating Sweets at the Right Time The best time for your child to eat their Halloween sweets is as part of a […] Read more

Oct, 10, 2021

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What Makes Preventive Dentistry So Important to Our Modern Lifestyle?

Most people know they should visit their dentist regularly for check-ups and cleanings, but it can be tempting to skip these appointments, especially if you think you don’t have any dental issues. However, there are important reasons for seeing our dentist biannually. These regular visits are the cornerstone of any good preventative dental care routine. […] Read more

Oct, 10, 2021

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Spring Cleaning Benefits for Your Teeth

The thought of spring is enough to make anyone smile, but if your teeth look less than fabulous, they could be due for a spring cleaning. Follow our easy tips on how to refresh your dental care regime.   Spring Clean Your Dental Care Products Now is a perfect time to throw out any toothpaste […] Read more

Sep, 05, 2021

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Why You Should Avoid DIY Teeth Whitening

Over the past few years, it has become commonplace for everyone to sport a white and seemingly healthy-looking smile, and there are a plethora of products available over-the-counter or online. However, please don’t forget that teeth whitening is a dental treatment and is best carried out under the supervision of a dental professional.   The […] Read more

Sep, 05, 2021

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Dental Fluorosis: What Can Cause This and How Is It Treated?

Fluoride is a naturally occurring mineral that helps to protect and strengthen your tooth enamel and is extremely effective when used correctly. Dental fluorosis is a condition that occurs when teeth are exposed to too much fluoride while still developing, resulting in lacy white flecks or even brown stains discolouring tooth enamel. Usually, dental fluorosis […] Read more

Sep, 05, 2021

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Say Cheese! Why You Might Consider a Smile Makeover

Are you currently considering a smile makeover and wondering what the benefits might be? Most people want smile makeovers because they are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth or perhaps are unable to eat comfortably. Common reasons for seeking a smile makeover include being embarrassed about crooked or overcrowded teeth, having cracked or chipped […] Read more

Aug, 17, 2021

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Don’t Go to Bed Without Brushing Your Teeth

Most people know they should brush their teeth at least twice a day, but do you know why it’s so important to brush your teeth before you go to bed? You probably have several meals and perhaps a few snacks and plenty of different drinks on an average day. By the end of the day, […] Read more

Aug, 17, 2021

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Five Ways to Curb Your Sweet Tooth

We all reach for the sugary stuff occasionally, for a quick energy boost or when we feel sad, tired or bored, but if you are consuming too much sugar, here are some easy tips to help reduce your consumption. Stop and think why you need something sweet, and if it is worth it or if […] Read more

Aug, 17, 2021

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Poor Oral Health Linked to Muscle Loss and Diabetes

Over the past few years, poor oral health has been linked to several serious health problems, including cardiovascular disease. A new study suggests that it could increase the risk of diabetes in older people and muscle loss, an issue called sarcopenia. People with poor oral health often find it difficult to eat comfortably. They may […] Read more

Jul, 12, 2021

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