Five Bad Habits That Can Damage Your Teeth

Your teeth are amazing as they help you to talk and eat properly and support your facial muscles. However, daily habits can damage them. We’ve listed five of the worst offenders. Smoking Smoking increases the risk of gum disease and premature tooth loss and stains your teeth. It can also increase the risk of oralRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Be Proud of Your Mouth, The Importance of World Oral Health Day

Did you know it is world oral health Day on the 20th of March? It’s a day when dental professionals worldwide try to raise awareness about the importance of good dental health. This year the theme is “Be Proud of Your Mouth”. We think it is a wonderful theme and hope to inspire our lovelyRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Sports and Safety Tips; The Importance of a Custom-Made Mouthguard

These days, more and more children and young adults participate in sports. Unfortunately, the number of sporting accidents has also increased significantly, and young athletes are far more likely to suffer a facial injury and damage to their teeth and jaws when not wearing a well-fitting mouthguard. If you or another family member does sufferRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Our Snack Smart Guide! How to Have an Easy Easter with Your Chocolaty Treats

Enjoy your Easter treats with our easy tips. Buy Better Quality Chocolate in Smaller Quantities Instead of bulk buying cheaper chocolate, choose quality over quantity and savour each bite. Remember, darker chocolate is a bit healthier as it contains antioxidants. Share the Joy If you do buy too much, you don’t need to eat itRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Four Myths About Dental Veneers Debunked

Dental veneers are an excellent way to help perfect a smile, hiding small cracks and chips in teeth or teeth that are extensively discoloured. However, there are some common myths about treatment that we’d like to debunk. Myth 1 – Veneer Treatment is Painful Receiving veneers should not be painful as we thoroughly numb yourRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Are Dental X-Rays Safe?

Dental x-rays are a very useful diagnostic tool. They show dentists areas that are invisible to the naked eye, including tooth roots and the contact areas between teeth. X-rays allow dentists to make a quicker and more accurate diagnosis and detect potential problems more easily. While x-rays do emit some radiation, modern digital dental x-raysRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Easy Sugar Swaps to Save Your Teeth

Most children (and many adults) enjoy a sugary treat, but with the risk of tooth decay, it is worth exploring how to reduce your family’s sugar consumption. Choose Healthier Breakfast Cereals Instead of sugary and chocolatey cereals, opt for a whole-grain cereal like wheat biscuits or oatmeal, or muesli without any added sugar. Make theRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Six Summer Dental Health Tips to Help You Avoid Dental Emergencies

Follow our easy tips to protect you and your family’s oral health this summer. Make an Emergency Dental Kit Pack an emergency dental kit to take with you to the beach or when playing sports. Include saline solution and a small container with a lid, gauze and handkerchiefs. Don’t forget our phone number 95543180 EnsureRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

New Year Resolutions for a Healthy Smile

The New Year is a great time to make resolutions, so why not make one that you will improve your dental health? The great thing about this resolution is that it will almost certainly help your general health too! Eat More Fruits and Vegetables Fruits and vegetable contain many valuable nutrients that can help improveRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

Hormones and Your Dental Health

Female hormones can impact women in so many ways, but did you realise they can also increase your vulnerability to developing gum disease? Higher levels of oestrogen and progesterone increase the blood flow to the gums. Consequently, the gum tissue becomes more sensitive to plaque and bacteria and gums can become inflamed, swollen and willRead More [...]

Apr, 23, 2021

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