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Oral Hygiene 101: The Perfect Teeth Cleaning Routine

Keeping your teeth clean is important. Your smile is one of the first things people see and it can impact everything from your appearance to your confidence and more. Unfortunately, good oral hygiene isn’t as simple as brushing your teeth once a day for 15 seconds then swilling with a mouthful of water. In this article, we’ll go over all the elements you should include in your oral hygiene routine for strong, healthy, brilliant teeth.

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How Long Do Veneers Last? What You Need To Know

If you’re looking for a quick answer to the question how long do veneers last, then research states that it’s reasonably expected for dental veneers to last for at least 10 years and more than likely, longer. However, their longevity often boils down to several factors, namely how well they are cared for and their placement or position in the mouth.

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6 Common Dental Problems in Adults

When it comes to the modern world of dentistry, there is some good news – research shows that the number of teeth older Australians are retaining into old age seems to be increasing. However, the issue of oral health is not all smiles, because unfortunately as the time frame increases, so does the likelihood of a range of dental problems occurring. So what are the more common dental problems adults can experience?

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Why Do I Have Sensitive Teeth?

It hurts when you eat cold food. It hurts when you eat sweet food. It hurts when you eat hot food. You may be asking yourself, “Why Do I Have Sensitive Teeth?”. This is a problem about as common as bad breath. Most people will experience tooth sensitivity in their lives for a variety of reasons. This article will explore those reasons, and some of the things you can do to soothe the pain and even work toward a pain-free mouth.

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Superfoods For Super Teeth – 7 Foods for Healthy Teeth and Gums

Good oral health care is not just about brushing, flossing and visiting your dentist regularly. A healthy diet can also greatly contribute to healthier teeth and gums and assist with preventing more serious dental issues like tooth decay and gum disease. But not sure what’s healthy and what’s not? Here are our top 7 foods for healthy teeth and gums.

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What your tongue says about your health

From sticking out your tongue as a child to enjoying the taste of exotic foods and drinks as adults, our tongues play a key role in our mouth, but just how much attention do you give yours’? Your tongue often has a lot to say about your oral health and can act as a warning sign to general health problems. In this blog, we’ll look at how you can use your tongue to gauge any dental or health issues that you may not have been aware of.

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7 Food and drinks which cause bad breath and a few that help to neutralise it

While bad breath can be a sign of a dental or health problem it can also be caused by the food and beverages that you eat and drink. Bad breath can lead to a lack of self confidence as well as causing anxiety and embarrassment. In this blog, we’ll look at some of the food and drinks that can lead to bad breath as well as a few foods that can help neutralise and fight bad breath.

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Can the damage caused by gum disease be reversed?

Do you know how many people are affected by gum disease? Well according to research carried out by Birmingham University’s School of Dentistry, 90% of adults in the UK have some signs of gum disease. With so many people seemingly affected, is gum disease something that we can safely ignore? In this blog, we’ll look at the different types of gum disease and whether the damage can be reversed.

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Partial Vs Full Dentures: What Should I Choose?

Undoubtedly, we’d all like to hold onto our natural teeth for as long as possible. If you practice good oral hygiene, avoid food and drinks that cause tooth decay and visit your dentist for regular check-ups, you might just be able to. There are, however, many reasons why some patients will eventually require dentures. Luckily dentistry has evolved significantly, meaning that there is a variety of comfortable and discreet prosthetic options available should it become necessary to remove painful or damaged teeth.

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