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    • OCTOBER 1, 2019
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    Four tips to protect your teeth against hot drinks this Autumn

    Four tips to protect your teeth against hot drinks this Autumn

    October’s here, which means summer is over and it’s time to get ready for the cold weather again. A cup of tea or a hot chocolate might be just the thing to keep you warm on these cold Autumn days. However, did you know that hot drinks like tea, coffee and hot chocolate can be

    • SEPTEMBER 1, 2019
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    How to keep your teeth clean after wisdom teeth surgery

    How to keep your teeth clean after wisdom teeth surgery

    After having a wisdom tooth taken out, it’s important to keep the surgical site clean. If you don’t, then you could end up developing a painful infection. Don’t worry though, because keeping your mouth clean after wisdom teeth removal it is not as complicated as it sounds. In this post, we’ll tell you exactly what

    • AUGUST 1, 2019
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    When you have braces, you’ll need to be careful about what you eat. This is because certain foods can damage your braces. While most damage to braces is not serious, it can sometimes require an emergency visit to the orthodontist to get it repaired. Furthermore, when your braces break, they no longer work as well.

    • JULY 1, 2019
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    Five ways to get a more youthful smile

    Five ways to get a more youthful smile

    It would be nice if we could stay youthful forever. Unfortunately though, as we get older, the signs of age begin to show. One of the areas where ageing often shows first is the mouth. Discoloration, crooked teeth and even missing teeth can all become problems as we age. Fortunately, however, there are ways to

    • JUNE 1, 2019
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    Common oral problems in older adults

    Common oral problems in older adults

    We’re here to help you face your dental problems, no matter what your age. So in this post, we’ll look at some of the dental health problems that become more common as people get older. We’ll also provide some advice to help you to avoid these problems. And if you have any questions, don’t be

    • MAY 1, 2019
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    Bad breath – what causes it and how to treat it

    Bad breath – what causes it and how to treat it

    Bad breath is an embarrassing problem but the good news is that once you’ve discovered the cause, you can start to treat it. In this post, we’ll go over the causes of bad breath to help you identify what’s causing yours. What causes bad breath? The main cause of bad breath is a build-up of

    • APRIL 1, 2019
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    What is it like to get braces put on?

    What is it like to get braces put on?

    There’s no doubt about it – braces are the best great way to get straighter teeth. But what is it like to get braces put on? In this post, we’ll answer this question. We’ll also give you some tips on how to deal with any discomfort or pain afterwards. What is the procedure to get

    • MARCH 1, 2019
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    Are oranges bad for your teeth?

    Are oranges bad for your teeth?

    Oranges are a popular fruit here in the UK – their zesty, citrusy smell make us think of summer and the Mediterranean, making them a potent cure for cold weather and the winter blues. But are oranges bad for our teeth? In this post, we’ll answer this question. We’ll also give you some tips on

    • FEBRUARY 1, 2019
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    Potential complications of wisdom tooth surgery

    Potential complications of wisdom tooth surgery

    Wisdom teeth can be a real pain – literally. That’s because when they push against your other teeth, they can cause pain and they can even make your teeth crooked. For these reasons, the removal of wisdom teeth is a common procedure in the UK. If you’re having a wisdom tooth taken out soon, then

    • JANUARY 7, 2019
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    Five things you can do to prevent cavities in toddlers

    Five things you can do to prevent cavities in toddlers

    Tooth decay among toddlers is on the rise, according to data from the Royal College of Surgeons. In 2006-07, the number of tooth extractions on children under the age of five was 7,444, whereas in 2015-16, figure this had increased to 9,206. In other words, the number of tooth extractions on children under five has