We celebrate International Women’s Day in March, and this month is the ideal time to reflect on the increasing number of women within dentistry. Nowadays, more women are graduating with dental degrees and are discovering dentistry can be an extremely fulfilling career. Often, female dentists bring something different to the dental practice because they tend…Read More..
You may not realise it, but we celebrate World Oral Health Day every March. It’s a time when our dental team think about ways we can inspire our patients to take better care of their dental health. We are all passionate about preventative dentistry as we know it’s the best way to ensure your teeth…Read More..
You cannot fail to have noticed that the Easter bunny has already visited the shops, leaving a plethora of sugary and tempting treats. Also, we know many patients are planning Easter activities such as Easter egg hunts and other events associated with this time of year. While sugar can be terrible for teeth, there are…Read More..
February might be the month of love, but you want to ensure your breath is sweet year-round. There’s nothing worse than the thought that your breath may be offensive, regardless of whether you are in a long-term relationship, are happily single, or would love to meet that special someone. We’ve listed a few simple tips…Read More..
Vitamin D deficiency is very common, but it’s a vitamin that is vital for good dental health. It helps to ensure your body can absorb the correct amount of phosphate and calcium needed for healthy teeth and bones, as well as muscles. People with a severe vitamin D deficiency have a higher chance of losing…Read More..
Did you realise that just drinking through a straw can benefit your oral health? It is a small and simple change to your routine that could make a considerable difference, protecting your teeth in some important ways. Drinking More Water It might seem strange, but when people use a straw, they find they drink more…Read More..
When you eat something sugary, it increases your risk of tooth decay because bacteria in your mouth convert these sugars into acids that cause dental erosion. The more frequently you snack on sugary foods, the greater the damage to your teeth. Many processed foods contain high amounts of sugars, so it is worth reading the…Read More..
It’s the perfect time of year to reflect and make new resolutions, so why not resolve to improve your oral care at home? There are lots of ways you can improve your smile and make the very most of the summer. Brush More Frequently You should brush your teeth a minimum of twice a day…Read More..
There are times when everybody needs a snack between meals, but making smarter choices will protect your health. Chew Food Thoroughly Make sure you enjoy your food and chew it thoroughly. A study found that people who chewed almonds more thoroughly felt full for longer, and almonds are great for teeth. Combine Protein and Carbohydrates…Read More..
Hopefully, you have been nice to your teeth, but it is easy to let all your hard work fall by the wayside during the silly season. Over-indulgence in festive treats and alcoholic drinks, combined with late nights can play havoc with oral health, so read our easy tips on caring for your smile. Be mindful…Read More..