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Debunking the common myths surrounding sugar and your teeth

Are you planning on cutting down on your sugar intake to help improve your dental hygiene? It’s well documented that sugar is bad for our teeth and health in general, but there are lots of common myths surrounding good and bad sugars. In this blog, we’ll debunk some of the common myths and separate the facts from the fiction.

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What are the risks of having dental treatments abroad?

Dental tourism is a growing trend especially with anyone looking to achieve the perfect Hollywood smile. While cheaper prices and the promise of a good holiday may sound appealing, are the risks really worth it? In this blog, we’ll take a look at the common risks associated with overseas dental treatments and why it makes sense to choose a UK dentist.

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How to help your children look after their teeth

We all know how difficult it can be to get children to do something they don’t want to which is why it is so important that you put in place a good dental health routine with your kids as early as possible. In this blog, we’ll take a look at how you can help establish a good routine for your kids and get them used to dental hygiene. We’ll also give you advice on how to clean their teeth and when your child’s first teeth will appear.

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Is flossing good for your dental health?

Providing you know how to floss we’d say absolutely, alternatively, there are other alternatives to flossing that can help you keep the space between your teeth clean, free from food and help stop the build-up of plaque.

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Dental anxiety – how you can overcome it and face your fear

We all know how important it is to visit the dentist regularly, but for some people, the mere thought of the dentist sends shivers down their spine and leaves them feeling nervous and anxious. And, while you may associate a fear of dentists with children, dental anxiety affects as many as 1 in 6 adults. There are different types of anxiety but most commonly these cause people to stop visiting the dentist and delay appointments until absolutely necessary. In this article, we’ll look at some of the ways that you can help overcome your fears.

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5 Reasons to book a visit to a dental hygienist

Most people understand that regular dental check-ups are important to help keep their mouth healthy but very few think that a visit to a dental hygienist is beneficial. In this article, we’ll take a look at the reasons why you should be visiting a dental hygienist as part of your dental hygiene routine and why it is beneficial.

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6 ways a dentist can improve your smile

Is your smile letting you down and ruining your confidence? Would you like to replace missing or broken teeth, or fight the staining caused by tea, coffee or smoking? If you are looking to improve your smile, then your dentist can help. In this blog, we’ll take a look at the 6 ways that your dentist can help you get a whiter, brighter and better smile and cover some of the best options available to you.

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Sugary snacks that you should definitely avoid

We all know that sugar is bad for us and that we should try to cut down as much as possible, but it can temptation can sometimes get the better of us. In this blog, we’ll take a look at some of the sugary snacks that you should definitely avoid if you want to minimise your sugar intake and keep it in line with the World Health Organisation guidelines. And, while some of the items on this list are obvious, you may be surprised by others.

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Are you damaging your teeth in your sleep?

While we’re all aware of the detrimental effects that sugary food and drinks can have on our teeth, not many people realise that they could be damaging their teeth while they sleep. Jaw clenching and teeth grinding known as bruxism can cause just as much damage to our teeth during the day or at night while we sleep. In this blog, we’ll look at what causes bruxism and how it can be treated.

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