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    Has Your Dental Filling Fallen Out?

    The most common form of tooth fillings is to plug a cavity (a hole) in the centre of the tooth. Although sometimes, a dental filling doesn’t last forever and there may be occasions where a new filling will be needed. This is especially if your dental filling has fallen out or the dental filling has

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    Have You Fractured Your Tooth?

    It is common for a fractured tooth to occur. Teeth may be incredibly durable and strong, but they do go through a lot every day and are prone to daily wear and tear. When this happens, it can increase the chances of your teeth cracking, chipping or breaking. Even the smallest chips in the tooth

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    Common Oral Hygiene Mistakes

    Do you feel that you’re carrying out a strong oral routine, yet you’re not seeing the results you’d expect with your teeth? It is very likely that whilst you’re performing the right steps that constitute a strong oral routine, the problem is likely to be that you’re not performing the steps correctly. There is a

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    Hidden Tips For Strong Oral Hygiene

    Strong oral hygiene is one of the daily fundamentals of life, and if you’re not performing the correct steps, it will show on your teeth and gums. Achieving strong teeth and gums requires a lifetime of care and it can be easy to neglect oral hygiene if you’ve been told by the dentist that you

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    Does Chewing Gum Help or Harm Your Teeth?

    You will have seen a lot of information on the internet linking chewing gum with oral health. Chewing gum is a natural habit for many people, but does chewing gum help or harm your teeth? Chewing on your favourite foods, unfortunately, does come with harmful preservatives that can damage your teeth, but the impact of

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    Foods To Avoid With A Dental Crown

    One of the critical uses of a dental crown is to protect your natural tooth from further damage. No matter the size, strength and appearance of your natural tooth, the crown will be moulded in any shape to be placed around the tooth in situations where the tooth is weak, chipped, cracked or even to

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    Benefits of Dental Crowns

    A dental crown is a solution option for many dental treatments. Whilst many patients have heard about a dental crown and what it entails, some are unsure of the effectiveness of crowns and how it benefits oral health. A dental crown is a custom-developed cap that offers protection around a tooth. Crowns are considered a

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    Reduce Kids’ Sugar Intake

    Tooth decay in kids’ teeth forms when acidic particles attack the enamel of the teeth. This causes holes in teeth or cavity to form. The sugar interacts with bacteria to produce the acidic particles and once teeth become decayed; it may result in teeth being removed. Kids are more in danger of tooth decay due

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    Keeping White Teeth Shining For Longer

    A beautiful, beaming smile is everybody’s dream. A healthy, white smile is the first thing that people notice. It displays confidence, high self-esteem and attractiveness. However, sustaining a white smile doesn’t come without effort. Teeth can become discoloured easily due to the food and drink consumed or through other forms of poor oral health habits.

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    What To Do With A Broken Dental Crown

    A dental crown is considered a dental cap to protect teeth from further damage to its size and shape. They are useful to cover cracks and protect dental implants. But what should you do if your dental crown is broken? There are a variety of thoughts that creep into the mind, such as whether it

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