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As a nation, we like our tea and our coffee and sadly there are plenty of people who smoke and drink caffeine filled drinks. What all of these things have in common is that they can discolour your teeth, making.
When it comes to our own dental health, we could perhaps be forgiven at times for neglecting our teeth regime at times. However, for children, dental check-ups are extremely important and can be the foundation on which a long and.
We regularly remind people on our blog about the importance of brushing teeth regularly and as we approach the winter and Christmas, we thought it was about time we reminded you why it’s so important to make sure you look.
For anyone with broken or missing teeth, the Christmas season can be hard to bear. As well as the excess of food, the additional stress on teeth can make it quite a miserable time. However, this need not be another.
While perhaps at times our teeth are taken for granted, the thought of losing them can be seriously frightening. However, despite this many people don’t care for the teeth the way they should. Whether you’re brushing them only once a.
Recently, there has been a considerable focus on quality of care within dental procedures and the importance for all dentists to ensure that the equipment that they use is of the very best quality for their patients. However, it seems.
You may or may not have seen the news about schools and nurseries being the focus of steps to tackle the trend of tooth decay in children this week. If you have, then you may well be surprised to hear.
Having sensitive teeth is something that many, many people in the UK suffer from and it seems that of those people, not many realise what causes it. You can use ‘special’ toothpastes to try and eradicate the problem, but usually.
In today’s blog, Advanced Dentistry takes a closer look at All on 4 implants, which offer a quick, safe and highly cost effective treatment for missing teeth. They are particularly useful for you if you have suffered with missing teeth.
Your teeth are a very important part of your body – not only do they serve the purpose of helping you chew and break down food for digestion but they contribute to your aesthetic appearance too... there’s nothing better than.
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