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  • What you need to know before getting your teeth whitened

    Thanks to modern technology, teeth whitening is safer and more affordable than ever before. If you are thinking about having teeth whitening done, it makes sense to learn a few things about this procedure so that you can prepare in a better way and know what to expect. Here is a simple guide: This is Read the full article…

    Wednesday, April 5th, 2017
  • Dental health facts for children

    It doesn’t take much time before toddlers grow into young children that can clean and take care of their own teeth. However, parents should not leave this task completely to their children and expect them to just get on with it. Children need to be taught the best way to clean their teeth and recognise Read the full article…

    Monday, March 6th, 2017
  • Food that will help prevent tooth decay

    Dental experts agree that reducing the number of sugary products people consume can significantly improve oral health. Although there are many types of food that trigger the formation of cavities, there are some foods that actually prevent tooth decay. In this article, we will highlight some of those foods:   Apples It may be a Read the full article…

    Thursday, February 2nd, 2017
  • Do you have sensitive winter teeth?

    Cold weather can make your teeth more sensitive. The fact is that cold weather brings significant changes in the mouth and in some cases, this weather also triggers specific sensations. Our teeth are hard and strong. However, this doesn’t mean that they will remain unaffected by cold weather. Human teeth are porous which makes them Read the full article…

    Thursday, January 5th, 2017
  • A guide to wisdom teeth

    What are wisdom teeth? – Normally wisdom teeth appear when you are between 17 and 25 but sometimes they come later. Generally, adults have between 28 and 32 teeth but sometimes a person’s jaw can be too small to accommodate all the teeth so this is why wisdom teeth don’t always come through properly. Not Read the full article…

    Sunday, December 4th, 2016
  • Brush your teeth twice a day…

    Brush your teeth, twice a day Floss them too, if you want them to stay Mouthwash is a bonus, gargle and spit Drinking and smoking: please try to quit! Your mouth is your lifeline, don’t let it down It’s not cheap for root canals and crowns You’re never too old for a fitted brace there’s Read the full article…

    Thursday, October 20th, 2016
  • The importance of dental floss

    Dental floss has proven to be very useful when it comes to oral hygiene. Dental floss helps people stay safe from gum disease by removing leftovers and plaque stuck between teeth. Plaque is a very sticky substance that consists of different kinds of bacteria and if it accumulates, the bacteria can cause irritations and lead Read the full article…

    Thursday, October 13th, 2016
  • Aftercare for dental implants and grafting procedures

    Bhandal’s dentistry have put together a few steps for aftercare for dental implants and grafting procedures. 1. Avoid drinking and eating for one hour after surgery and anything too hot or cold for the rest of the day. Try to eat soft foods for the next few days. 2. DO NOT smoke or drink alcohol Read the full article…

    Sunday, October 2nd, 2016
  • How to get your child brushing their teeth

    If your child has reached the age when they can start brushing their teeth without your help, it is the right time to help them develop a dental care routine. If you show them how to do it in the right way, they will be eager to brush their teeth and won’t see it as Read the full article…

    Friday, September 9th, 2016
  • Marinated Chicken & Veg BBQ Skewers (vegetarian and vegan options included)

    A simple recipe that even the kids can help with, a great mix of vegetables, protein-rich chicken and pittas that they assemble themselves. What could be easier? You can grill them on a rainy day or put them on the BBQ if they weather is nice – here’s hoping! Serves 4 (2 skewers & pittas Read the full article…

    Wednesday, August 24th, 2016