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Oral Health and The Connection with Your Immune System

Studies conducted over the past few years show the close links between oral health and your immune system. We now know that when people neglect their oral health, it can detrimentally affect their immune system, increasing the risk of serious health conditions like heart disease, diabetes, dementia and respiratory diseases. Most of these problems are Read More [...]

May, 07, 2023

Autumn Oral Health Tips: How to Protect Your Teeth and Gums During Seasonal Changes

Autumn is in the air; as the seasons change, the nights draw in, and the days become shorter and cooler. These changes can also affect your oral health in several ways. Understanding the potential impact will enable you to maintain optimal oral health year-round more easily. Tooth Sensitivity Many people have sensitive teeth, and the Read More [...]

Apr, 10, 2023

Healthy Ageing: Why Oral Health Matters for Seniors

Getting older carries a higher risk of dental problems, including oral infections and tooth decay. Tooth loss is normally due to tooth infections and can make it significantly trickier to eat comfortably, so it is harder to chew certain foods, including those that are more nutritious and can negatively affect appearance. Complete tooth loss is Read More [...]

Apr, 10, 2023

How Much Should the Tooth Fairy Leave in a Cost-of-Living Crisis?

Leaving a tooth out for the Tooth Fairy in exchange for cash is a time-honoured tradition, but the costs of paying for newly shed teeth can mount up fast, even for magical beings. While we are in a cost-of-living crisis, it can be hard for a Tooth Fairy to justify paying out a lot of Read More [...]

Apr, 10, 2023

The Importance of Regular Dental Check-Ups for Maintaining Oral Health

Many people will only see a dentist when they develop a problem, such as a toothache, losing a filling or breaking a tooth. However, booking regular dental check-ups is a much more effective way to help prevent these problems from occurring in the first place. Also, dental problems can indicate a larger, underlying problem that Read More [...]

Mar, 08, 2023

Common Dental Problems and How to Prevent Them

We know that developing dental problems can be stressful, uncomfortable, and, in the worst case, quite painful. Often common dental problems are preventable with the right ongoing dental care. The most common issues include tooth decay, gum disease and tooth sensitivity. Tooth Decay Teeth become decayed when bacteria in the mouth gradually erode the protective Read More [...]

Mar, 08, 2023

The Benefits of Cosmetic Dentistry for a Healthier Smile

Most people investigate cosmetic dentistry because they want a perfect smile, but it can offer much more than this, and there are other advantages to consider. These include: Better Nutrition Eating a varied diet with failing, infected, painful, or missing teeth is tricky. Many foods are off-limits as they are too hard to chew comfortably. Read More [...]

Mar, 08, 2023

Digestion Begins in Your Mouth – How to Chew Food

Ensuring you have proper digestion is essential for general health. You need a good range of nutritious food so your body can fight infection and disease more efficiently and function optimally. Most people imagine digestion begins in your stomach, but it begins much earlier than that, from the moment you start to chew your food. Read More [...]

Feb, 13, 2023

Safeguard Your Smile from Sports Injuries with a Mouthguard

If you or your family play sports, you may have spent a lot of money on protective gear like a helmet or shinguards, but have you thought about dental injuries? Unfortunately, dentists see thousands of injuries to teeth, gums and jaws every year, which are sustained while playing sports like football or hockey, or any Read More [...]

Feb, 13, 2023

Stress and Your Smile

When you imagine being stressed, you probably associate it with insomnia, anxiety, feeling tense and anxious and other unpleasant symptoms. However, you may not realise the possible impact on your dental health. Listed below are three ways stress can affect oral health and how we can help you overcome these problems. Increased Risk of Gum Read More [...]

Feb, 13, 2023

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