5th April 2023
When it comes to avoiding tooth decay, we all know the basics. Brush your teeth with a fluoride toothpaste, clean between your teeth daily, see the hygienist regularly etc, however, some foods that you chose to eat, and daily habits can unknowingly contribute to fighting cavities.
2nd September 2022
Stress can creep up on us in our day-to-day lives, whether it be the commute, an important meeting, or your personal life, we all feel stressed from time to time. Most of us know the implications stress can have on our mental and physical health, however it can also impact oral health in a negative way.
14th October 2020
It’s the ‘chicken or the egg’ equivalent of the oral health world – should you brush your teeth before or after eating breakfast? This one puzzles many people, is debated by the masses and often divides a room with their differing opinions – ok perhaps that’s only us!
14th May 2019
Of course the key to a beautiful, healthy smile is caring for your teeth on a regular basis, but how?! Unfortunately despite our best efforts, we often pick up many bad habits along the way when trying to care for your smile. We’re here to help separate the do’s from the don’ts.
12th November 2018
It’s all fun and games, until someone chips a tooth. Chipped teeth are quite common and they’re notably easy to achieve, for example by hitting your mouth when falling, sports injury, grinding teeth, biting into hard objects, teeth weakened by cavities etc.
16th May 2018
As far as difficult tasks go, brushing your teeth doesn’t seem like one of them. After all, you’ve been doing it since you were very little (we hope!) so by now the ‘rinse, toothpaste on, brush teeth’ routine is set on autopilot, right? However, as easy as the oral hygiene routine may be, it’s just as easy to fall into bad brushing habits, which put your oral health and smile at risk.
18th October 2017
Many people are cautious of dental implants and some may sway towards other treatment options, for example dentures, due to lack of confidence or knowledge about implants. However, if you suffer from missing teeth or loose dentures and are unable to smile with confidence, socialise, eat and enjoy your food, dental implants are a fantastic solution and something to think about. Here is our A to Z and everything you need to know about dental implants.
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