Monthly Archives: October 2013
http://www.dentistmold.com/news/dental-advice-for-coffee-drinkers/Every morning across the globe, millions of people either switch the kettle on and add two spoonfuls of coffee to their favourite mug or flock to their nearest coffee house and order a caramel latte or a frothy cappuccino. Coffee has become a staple of many people's lives, transforming from a need to a necessity and creating an entire mini economy in of itself.
But what many of these coffee bean lovers forget is the impact coffee can have on your dental health. Its high acidity can attack the... Read more
http://www.dentistmold.com/news/alzheimers-link-with-poor-oral-hygiene/In recent months, a number of publications and reports have drawn attention to studies that have found a possible link between poor oral health and the eventual onset of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.
Studies at the University of Central Lancashire found that a strain of bacteria found in the brains of patients who had suffered from dementia prior to their deaths was consistent with that found in patients who suffer from gum disease.
The unconfirmed theory is that these bacteria transmit fr... Read more
http://www.dentistmold.com/news/dentist-in-wrexham-three-dental-tips-for-students/With the 2013/14 academic year now well and truly underway, students all over the country should now be back in the swing of things at their respective at schools, colleges or universities.
Because of the nature of the student lifestyle and it's associated stresses, it can sometimes be difficult to take the fullest care of your teeth and gums. Here are some helpful tips to keeping your mouth healthy and your breath fresh.
1) Drink lots of waterDrinking water regularly is a great way to rinse a... Read more
http://www.dentistmold.com/news/43/Maintaining a healthy lifestyle and diet during pregnancy is an important contributor to the health of your baby. Your oral health and dental care are major factors in your overall health and it is therefore important you ensure they are both of the highest standard.
It is highly advisable for pregnant women to visit their dentist during the period in which they are carrying their child. This is because pregnant women are susceptible to bleeding gums and build-up of plaque during this time.
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