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How to Have Healthy Teeth for Life

There are numerous reasons why you should look after your dental health, not least to maintain a healthy and attractive smile. However, you also need strong teeth and gums for eating and speaking. When someone has poor dental health, they are often in pain and discomfort, and the problem can extend beyond their mouth. Numerous Read More [...]

Jan, 10, 2023

Is Your Life Too Sweet?

Most people enjoy something sweet, and being regarded as sweet or living a sweet life is seen as a compliment. However, if your life is too sweet, it can harm your dental health. Unfortunately, the consumption of sugar worldwide is a problem, and all too often, sugar is hidden in everyday products that may initially Read More [...]

Jan, 10, 2023

Tips for Keeping Your Pearly Whites Healthy

Most people take their dental health for granted, and it is only when something goes wrong that they realise the important role teeth play in everyday life. However, it is quite straightforward to take care of your teeth using a combination of professional dental care and good oral care at home. Here are a few Read More [...]

Jan, 10, 2023

Seeing Pink in the Sink? What it Means for Your Dental Health

Have you recently begun seeing pink in your sink or perhaps on your toothbrush? If so, it could signify that your gums are in trouble and need your help. Several factors can cause your gums to bleed; sometimes, the problem is easy to fix. Other times, it is best to come and see us for Read More [...]

Dec, 10, 2022

New Year, New You! Dental Health Resolutions

New Year is a time for making changes. Most New Year resolutions are centred on improving your health or personal growth and development. Instead, why not resolve to be different this year and resolve to improve oral health? You will help to protect your overall health and your wallet, and you’ll benefit from a healthy, Read More [...]

Dec, 10, 2022

Decoding the Language of Dentists

Every profession has its own language, and dentistry is no different. We try to use easy-to-understand language whenever we see patients, but we sometimes forget that people don’t understand all the terms we use. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of some of the most commonly used terms and their meanings. Abutment An abutment is Read More [...]

Dec, 10, 2022

A Smile is the Best Accessory You Can Wear

Fashions may come and go, but a healthy, attractive smile can be yours for life, provided you look after it properly. Numerous studies have shown people react positively to a warm smile, helping you make that all-important good first impression when meeting someone new for the first time. When you know your smile looks good, Read More [...]

Nov, 10, 2022

Can Receding Gums Grow Back

Receding gums are a very common problem, and although they can occur at any age, the issue frequently affects older adults. As gums recede, teeth look longer because the tooth roots are exposed, which is why older people are sometimes described as long in the tooth. If you are older, there is no reason for Read More [...]

Nov, 10, 2022

Your Teeth While You Sleep

While awake, you know exactly what is going on in your mouth, and you have the opportunity to control your oral hygiene through brushing, flossing, and eating healthily. However, have you considered what happens to your oral health while you sleep? Read on to discover more and what you can do to protect your dental Read More [...]

Nov, 10, 2022

Dental Tips for a Healthy Halloween

If you have kids, they have probably already started looking forward to Halloween as a chance to stockpile sweets and lollies in preparation for summer. While children may love this celebration, it can present a headache for parents and dentists. Having a plan in place will ensure your children can enjoy Halloween and that candy Read More [...]

Oct, 09, 2022

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