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  • How to cut back on sugar over the summer holidays

    Enjoying a day out with the kids this summer holiday? Feel like you’re surrounded by sugary snacks left, right and centre? Unfortunately at so many family destinations, sweet temptations are part and parcel of the experience. This also means endless demands for drinks, slushies, ice cream, sweets and chocolate. But as well as the cost Read the full article…

    Wednesday, August 16th, 2017
  • Protect your teeth – blitz gum disease with good brushing

    Plaque – everyone has heard about the importance of brushing, flossing and using mouth wash to keep this dental pest at bay, but why is it such a problem? The short answer is that plaque causes gum disease – and gum disease if left untreated can result in the loss of teeth. In fact, gum Read the full article…

    Wednesday, July 19th, 2017
  • Bring the sparkle back to your smile with a dental bridge

    Is your smile missing its sparkle? Or more to the point has tooth loss left you self conscious about sharing your smile with others? Losing a tooth can have a real impact on a person’s self-confidence – no matter whereabouts in their mouth the gap is. And it’s not just the effect the loss of Read the full article…

    Friday, July 14th, 2017
  • Sport a Pristine “Teeth Whitening” Smile this Summer

    It’s official, the sun has dusted the cobwebs off his straw hat, donned his Crocs and shown his best summer smile. As the warmer months fulfil their duty, providing longer days and a temperate climate to show off a little more flesh to, every dental surgery has one question rise in popularity: Can you tell Read the full article…

    Tuesday, June 13th, 2017
  • Losing a first tooth and preparing for a visit from the tooth fairy

    It’s one of the major milestones of every child’s life – that moment their first milk tooth finally falls out ready for a visit from the tooth fairy. Most children start to lose their milk teeth at the ages of five and six, with many wearing the gaps in their teeth as a sign of Read the full article…

    Tuesday, May 9th, 2017
  • How often should you go to the dentist for check-up?

    Many people assume that dental check-ups should be done once every six months, but the truth is that some people need to go more often than that, while others may need to go less frequently. After your dentist examines your mouth and determines your overall oral health, he or she will suggest when you should Read the full article…

    Thursday, May 4th, 2017
  • What you need to know before getting your teeth whitened

    Thanks to modern technology, teeth whitening is safer and more affordable than ever before. Discolouration occurs due to the many layers of our teeth and as we grow older these layers break down through wear and tear. The middle layer of the tooth(the dentin), gets thicker and the enamel gets thin with age. The breakdown 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