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Wisdom Teeth & Tooth Extractions

We always try very hard to save natural teeth. However, sometimes we don’t have any choice other than to extract a tooth. Quite often, we need to remove wisdom teeth that cannot properly erupt, because they try to come through in a jaw that is too small or already overcrowded. When wisdom teeth cannot erupt…

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5 Benefits of Coffee

The smell of a freshly brewed cup of coffee can be enticing and thankfully this is one habit that can be good for your health. If you love a delicious mug of coffee in the mornings, then drink up and read on to discover five potential benefits of drinking coffee. Coffee is full of antioxidants,…

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Removing the Barriers to Happiness

It is our birthright to enjoy happy and fulfilled lives, but all too often our own beliefs and preconceptions help prevent true happiness. One common belief is that happiness is not something we can control, but often it is our reaction to a situation rather than the actual situation that makes us unhappy. Another commonly…

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Chicken Glazed with Apple Cider

Warm up with this easy-to-make dish that everyone will enjoy. Ingredients 6 trimmed, bone-in, skin-on chicken thighs 2 sliced apples 2/3 cup apple cider 1 large peeled and cubed sweet potato 1tbsp butter 2tbsp honey Tbsp grainy mustard 2tbsp olive oil 3 sprigs rosemary Salt and pepper Instructions Preheat oven to 220°C. Place the apples,…

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Middle-Aged Tooth Loss is Linked to Heart Disease

If you are unlucky enough to lose two or more teeth during middle age, then you could be risking more than your smile. The fewer teeth you have at this stage of life, the higher your risk of cardiovascular disease. A recent research study discovered that adults who lost two or more teeth had a…

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Dental Crowns and Bridges

Dental crowns and bridges are both restorative treatments. A crown is also called a cap and completely covers up a tooth that may be broken down, heavily filed or discoloured. Dental bridges are used when a tooth is missing entirely and may be supported or anchored in place by your natural teeth either side of…

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Sweet Potato Gratin

This recipe makes a great side dish for any meal. Ingredients ¼ cup melted coconut oil 1kg of sweet potato, cut into 1cm pieces on the round 2tsp sweet paprika 1 cup coconut cream 2 cloves crushed garlic 1tsp black pepper, turmeric and sea salt Sesame seeds that have been toasted, dukkha or crushed walnuts…

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What are Veneers and How Do I Know If I Need Them?

Veneers are custom-made thin shells of porcelain designed to fit over the front surfaces of teeth to improve their appearance. Once bonded into place, dental veneers look beautiful and are strong and durable. You may wish to consider veneers to correct any of the following problems. Discolouration Teeth that are irregularly shaped or worn down…

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The Surprising Power of a Smile

  Thanks to the media, many of us have high expectations and are continually chasing after the next goal rather than simply enjoying the journey. When you feel this way it’s difficult to smile naturally. Although it’s important to plan for the future, having more stuff doesn’t equal happiness. Finding a balance between enjoying the…

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Six Ways to Boost Your Happiness Levels

  If you’d like to feel happier then here are six simple tips on how to boost happiness levels. Get or borrow a pet, as studies suggest pet owners feel less stressed, less lonely and are more popular. Dog owners already know this because walking helps improve fitness levels and you will almost certainly strike…

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