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24 January 2024 Read more

Dental Sepsis

Cavities and gum disease can potentially cause infection that spreads beyond the mouth, resulting in sepsis. Signs that may indicate infection in the mouth include: If you notice any of these signs, it is important to see a dentist as soon as possible.

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30 May 2023 Read more

National Smile Month 2023

National Smile Month is a charity campaign all about championing the benefits of having good oral health and promoting the value of a healthy smile. Between 15 May and 15 June, the Oral Health Foundation will be raising awareness of important health issues and ready to put a smile on everybody’s face. During National Smile Month, we are promoting four key messages for better oral health:

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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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13 October 2016 Read more

Top Tips to help get your children to brush their teeth!

Let them practice on you- It may be a little uncomfortable but it will no doubt be enjoyable for them. If you’re a good actor you can make it seem fun and no doubt they’ll soon want in on the action. Be a tooth brushing idol- sticking with the acting theme, everyone knows how much children like to mimic their idols and play grown-up. Boys watch their fathers’ shave while girls watch their mothers’ apply make up. Try letting your children watch you go through a well-rehearsed flossing and brushing

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6 October 2016 Read more

HPV ACTION help stop mouth cancer!

HPV is the cause of genital warts and 5% of cancers including oral cancer. Girls are begin vaccinated, what about boys?? The government have started a pilot study but don’t expect to start vaccinating boys until 2020 at least. How many additional cancers will be started by then? VACCINATE NOW! more information here- http://www.hpvaction.org/

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