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Are your teeth and gum problems caused by stress?

July 21, 2021 0 min read

Since the beginning of Covid-19, 65% of Adults in the UK have openly admitted that they are stressed. This is something that we often avoid talking about, or sometimes don’t even realise ourselves, but it’s definitely worth acknowledging. Stress and oral health have a strong link as well.
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Are oral health issues genetic?

July 14, 2021 0 min read

While many aspects of our appearance and personality are handed down to us by our parents, unfortunately health issues can be passed on too.. Did you know, for instance, that there are a number of conditions related to oral health that can run in the family? That’s right, dental issues can be genetic.
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The dangers of at-home teeth aligners

July 06, 2021 0 min read

At-home teeth aligners are very popular because they are the cheaper alternative to invisalign and are less hassle than braces, not to mention a whole lot cheaper. However, they don’t come without their problems. Read on to learn all of the potential risks that at-home aligners can bring before you order yours.
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Body changes to look out for after turning 30

April 28, 2021 0 min read

If the big 30 seems to be creeping closer and closer, you may be wondering what’s next. We all know that hitting 30, for many, is the time we start to notice more significant changes to our body. Here, we take a look at what exactly those changes might look like for you and why they’re nothing to be alarmed about.
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How to floss like a boss 💪

April 06, 2021 0 min read

Flossing is an important oral hygiene habit. It cleans your teeth and dislodges food stuck between them, which reduces the amount of bacteria and plaque in your mouth. It's important to floss correctly. Improper flossing can potentially damage your teeth and gums. So, if you're unsure about the right way to clean in-between your teeth, here's a step-by-step guide on the best way to floss. 
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What's in your toothpaste? An ingredient breakdown

March 29, 2021 0 min read

Over the course of a year, you’ll end up spending over 24 hours brushing your teeth. But in all that time, have you ever thought about what toothpaste is made of?  What makes up the concoction that we dab on our toothbrushes and scrub all over our teeth every morning and night?
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Is a vegan diet better for your teeth?

March 01, 2021 0 min read

3 million people in the UK alone have already made the switch to a vegetarian or vegan diet. We take a look at the potential benefits and dangers of a vegan diet for your teeth, and the oral care steps you can take to put your mind at rest.
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What causes bad breath and what can you do about it?

February 25, 2021 0 min read

Bad breath, also known as halitosis, is more common than you think. Approximately 30% of the population complains of bad breath in some shape or form. The first step of getting rid of bad breath is understanding what’s causing it.
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Can better dental hygiene boost your immune system?

December 15, 2020 0 min read

The pandemic has prompted many of us to make positive changes to our physical health. People have understood that improving your diet or taking regular exercise leaves you stronger and better prepared to fight off infection. But far fewer people are aware of the strong link between oral health and the immune system. It’s easy to treat your teeth and gums as a completely separate part of your health, but neglecting your oral health could have serious effects beyond the mouth.

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How coffee affects your teeth, your breath and your oral health

October 12, 2020 0 min read

The dreaded “coffee breath” is a nasty by-product of the world’s most popular drink. But actually, coffee’s impact on our overall oral health is far more destructive than just bad breath.
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Why the dental care timebomb may provide an opportunity for reform

October 08, 2020 0 min read

The pandemic has caused issues in every part of health and care, but the problems in dental care appear particularly acute. Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, these problems were already mounting.
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How to keep smiling during lockdown

May 01, 2020 0 min read

If you received an email from your dentist in late March outlining that they would be closing down, you are not alone. Local practices were told to suspend routine face to face services on March 25th; the new approach was not only the result of increased social distancing...
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