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10 April 2019 Read more

Teeth Whitening: A Beginner’s Guide To Achieving a Brighter Smile

Teeth whitening is one of the UK’s most requested cosmetic procedures, with the majority of people longing for that Hollywood smile. But what does teeth whitening involve, and why do you need it? If you’re looking to improve the look of your teeth, but need a little more insight, here is a basic guide of all you need to know. What is teeth whitening? Teeth whitening is a procedure which aims to lighten discoloration and stains from your teeth. There are a number of different ways to do this from

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26 February 2019 Read more

Common mistakes you’re making brushing your teeth

It’s something we all learn from an early age and something we do every day – so why is it that when it comes to brushing our teeth so many of us are getting it wrong? It seems to be a common misconception that brushing and brushing alone is enough; when shockingly brushing your teeth misses more than half the bacteria in your mouth. Most of us are certain that we are getting our dental hygiene right, we brush and floss on a daily basis and occasionally pay a visit

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14 February 2019 Read more

The Best Foods for Healthy Teeth and Gums

Learning to look after our teeth is one of the first things we’re taught as child, from how to brush correctly to warnings not to consume too many sweets or fizzy drinks. Health warnings are often only concerned with what’s bad for our teeth; useful nonetheless, but what about those foods that can help encourage tooth and gum health? Nothing can replace regular dentist visits and thorough tooth brushing, but see below for just a few of the foods that can help keep your teeth and gums in tiptop condition.

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7 August 2017 Read more

Children’s Dental Care

New analysis by the Faculty of Dental Surgery (FDS) at The Royal College of Surgeons has found that approximately 80% of children between the age of one and two didn’t visit an dentist in the 12 months leading up to March 31st 2017, despite guidance saying children should start dental check-ups when they develop their first tooth. The analysis also found that almost 60% of children aged one to four didn’t have a dental check-up in the same period. During 2015/16, there were 9,220 cases of tooth extractions performed in

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