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Monthly Archives: July 2013

Brushing Your Teeth Correctly

Miscellaneous your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste is a hugely important part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums. Flossing and the use of mouthwash are also highly beneficial to your oral health. It is essential that you follow the advice of your dentist with regards to brushing your teeth. Just as those who do not brush their teeth regularly enough are likely to encounter problems with their teeth and gums, people who have a habit of brushing too regularly can also bring dental health... Read more

The main cause of tooth decay

Miscellaneous and drink products that are especially high in sugar, when consumed on a frequent basis, are known to be the prominent cause of tooth decay. Many of us have a sweet tooth, but the key to managing the health of your teeth and gums is to only eat and drink sugary products in moderation, and maintain the recommended oral health care routine as advised by your dentist and hygienist at our practice. It is also essential that you attend your appointments with the dentist as and when you are ad... Read more

A Tip For Avoiding Plaque

Miscellaneous of the main reasons that your oral health care regime is so important is because a build up of plaque on your teeth and gums can cause real problems. This is why it is essential for you to brush your teeth twice a day with fluoride toothpaste, to floss daily, and to use an appropriate mouthwash when possible. As well as maintaining an excellent oral healthcare routine,it is also helpful to keep in mind any reliable advice on how you can best incorporate looking after your teeth and gums a... Read more

Diabetes & Dental Health

Miscellaneous are a number of health conditions that can affect the standard of oral health a person is able to achieve. There are also some very prominent links between oral health problems and certain health problems that a patient may experience. Patients who suffer from diabetes are at a higher risk of encountering gum disease, and especially if their condition is undiagnosed and therefore uncontrolled. As any diabetic will be aware, it is vital that blood sugar is controlled, as an increase i... Read more


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