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    • SEPTEMBER 7, 2018
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    Is fruit juice bad for your teeth?

    Is fruit juice bad for your teeth?

    When you make breakfast, do you pour yourself a glass of orange juice? Many people do, but few stop to think about the consequences to their teeth. Eating fruit whole is healthy, which is probably why so many people think that drinking fruit juice is healthy too. However, experts believe that consuming fruit in the

    • AUGUST 7, 2018
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    Five things you can do to prevent cavities in toddlers

    Five things you can do to prevent cavities in toddlers

    Tooth decay among toddlers is on the rise, according to data from the Royal College of Surgeons. In 2006-07, the number of tooth extractions on children under the age of five was 7,444, whereas in 2015-16, figure this had increased to 9,206. In other words, the number of tooth extractions on children under five has

    • AUGUST 7, 2018
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    Four reasons why routine dental visits are important

    Four reasons why routine dental visits are important

    Even though most of us think we have a healthy set of teeth, it’s still important to visit the dentist every now and then. In fact, regular dental visits are one of the best things you can do for your teeth. In this post, we’ll discuss the reasons why going to the dentist for routine

    • AUGUST 7, 2018
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    What causes gum recession and can my gums grow back?

    What causes gum recession and can my gums grow back?

    The gums are the unsung heroes of the dentistry world. They not only work hard at keeping your teeth in place, but they also protect the tissue underneath. Yet despite their good work, most people only think to take care of their teeth, thereby neglecting their gums. But it’s important to look after your gums

    • AUGUST 7, 2018
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    Is fruit juice bad for your teeth?

    Is fruit juice bad for your teeth?

    When you make breakfast, do you pour yourself a glass of orange juice? Many people do, but few stop to think about the consequences to their teeth. Eating fruit whole is healthy, which is probably why so many people think that drinking fruit juice is healthy too. However, experts believe that consuming fruit in the

    • APRIL 2, 2018
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    Five surprising foods and drinks that could ruin your smile

    Five surprising foods and drinks that could ruin your smile

    The average person eats a varied diet that includes many foods that could harm their teeth. Some of these foods are high in sugar and therefore cause cavities; others contain pigments that can stain our teeth. However, it’s not always to easy to know which foods are bad for you and which foods are good.

    • MARCH 2, 2018
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    How to choose a toothbrush

    How to choose a toothbrush

    Everyone knows that the foundation of good oral health is a good oral hygiene routine. That means brushing your teeth at least twice a day and flossing once a day. But to brush your teeth effectively, you need to choose the right toothbrush. A toothbrush is one of the most important things when it comes

    • FEBRUARY 2, 2018
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    Tips to make your child’s dental visits easy

    Tips to make your child’s dental visits easy

    It’s often said that children are like sponges: they absorb everything and they soak up huge amounts of information from their environment. But not everything is easy for children to understand. For example, children often struggle to understand the importance of good dental hygiene. In particular, it can be challenging to make your child go

    • DECEMBER 1, 2017
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    Eight habits that could harm your teeth

    Eight habits that could harm your teeth

    2017 has gone by fast (too fast, in our opinion) and now 2018 is just around the corner. Now might be the time to start thinking about the resolutions you want to make for the coming year. If one of your goals is to get healthier teeth next year, then consider making it a resolution

    • NOVEMBER 1, 2017
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    Do our toothbrushes harbour bacteria?

    Do our toothbrushes harbour bacteria?

    Toothbrushes. We use them every day and we rarely give them a second thought. But should we be paying closer attention to them? According to several studies, toothbrushes can harbour bacteria that can cause disease.   Back to the past The first mass-produced toothbrush was produced in 1780 by a man called William Addis. These