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Summer is Coming, and It’s Time to Brighten Your Smile

Summer is almost here, and it is a time when many of us look forward to making the most of the sunshine, going on family holidays, or attending weddings. You may even have planned your summer wardrobe for the coming months, but is your smile at its brightest? Could your teeth could use a little…

No Toothbrush? No Toothpaste? No Worries!

Have you ever forgotten your toothbrush or your toothpaste? At one time or another we have all had that moment of opening our toiletry bag and realising we’ve forgotten an essential toiletry item while we’re travelling away from home. If you are staying in a hotel it’s not too much of a worry, there is…

What are Dental Implants and how do they work?

Dental implants are an artificial way of replacing an entire tooth, including the tooth root. They are commonly regarded as the premier option for dealing with any tooth loss you may experience, while protecting your jawbone and your natural teeth. With the proper care dental implants can be long-term solution for your tooth loss. How…

The best way to let your kids eat Candy

Are you one of those people who typically hordes their Halloween treats for months on end? Here is some surprising news, as it can be better for your dental health to eat all your sweets at once! Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean eating lots of sweets is good for you, but it is better for your…

What Saliva Can Say About Your Dental Health

Each day your body produces approximately 1.5 litres of saliva, and it’s an important fluid that helps to disinfect your mouth naturally. Saliva prevents tooth decay, helps you to maintain healthy gums and washes away excess food particles. It contains vital substances that fight cavities and other infections. Your saliva also provides vital information about…

The Secrets to Having a Healthier Smile

The secret to a beautiful, healthy smile is much simpler than you think. Here are a few easy tips… Visit Your Dentist Frequently Most people need to see their dentist at least twice yearly, but some will benefit from more frequent visits. It’s a preventative approach that can save your teeth, not to mention a…

Spring Clean Your Oral Health Routine

If spring leaves you with the urge to clean, think about spring cleaning your oral health routine too. It’s an excellent time of year to book your regular checkups and hygiene appointments and especially as the summer months can be busy for many people. Regularly seeing our dentist should be part of your preventative dental…

Do You Suffer from Hay Fever? Here are Some Tips to Ease the Symptoms

Hay fever can be downright miserable and is usually at its worst when the weather is humid, warm and windy, and when the pollen count is at its highest. Simple tips to avoid these symptoms include: Wear wraparound sunglasses to prevent pollen from getting in your eyes Putting a small smear of Vaseline around your…

Do You Have Chipped Teeth?

Lots of people will accidently chip a tooth but if this happens to you then we recommend you have it restored as soon as possible. Even a small chip increases the risk of the tooth becoming decayed and infected and it can usually be easily mended. Restoring Chipped Teeth with Composite Resins Often small chips…