NEWS

11 August 2017

Why Juices and Smoothies Are Damaging Our Teeth

New research by the Oral Health Foundation into the United Kingdom’s dietary habits has revealed that around two in every five (43%) adults are consuming one or more fruit juices or smoothies every day. Some fruit juices and smoothies can contain ...

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17 July 2017

Teeth grinding in teens could be a sign of being buillied

New research published in the Journal of Oral Rehabilitation says that children aged between 13-15 in a Brazilian study who were verbally bullied in school were 4 times more likely to grind their teeth, or sleep bruxism, than those who weren’t ...

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03 July 2017

Doctors Call for Health Warnings on Sweet Packets

Sweet packets and other sugary foods should carry health warnings on them to help improve children’s oral health, doctors are suggesting. The British Medical Association (BMA) has called for health warnings on confectionary packets that are aimed at children to curb ...

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11 June 2017

80% of Toddlers Didn’t Visit The Dentist Last Year

  The Faculty of Dental Surgery has claimed that there is a 'widespread misunderstanding' from parents, with 80% of children between the age of one and two failing to visit an NHS dentist in 2016-2017. Many parents do not realise that their ...

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19 May 2017

Toothache Costing UK Economy More Than £105 million A Year In Sick Days

A poll, commissioned as part of the National Smile Month campaign, has found that 1 in 20 working Brits have taken time off work in the last year due to oral health problems. This is costing the UK economy more than £105 ...

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03 May 2017

Caution Over Long Term Use of E-Cigarettes

A new law that has come into effect this May will limit the size and strength of e-cigarette tanks, along with banning certain ingredients including colouring and caffeine. Health campaigners have praised the new law, claiming it could be a breakthrough ...

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24 April 2017

Sugar-free Gum Could Help In Treatment of Tooth Decay

A new study, published in the American Journal of Dentistry, has revealed that chewing just one piece of sugar-free gum each day could save £3.3 billion worldwide from the treatment of tooth decay. Tooth decay and oral diseases rank fourth among the ...

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15 April 2017

Get A Summer Ready Smile

Are you looking for an inexpensive way to completely transform your smile? Then our tooth whitening service might be the perfect option! Tooth whitening is a simple and safe way to give you more confidence and thanks to the team here ...

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04 April 2017

HRT Shown To Be Effective In Reducing Gum Disease

A new study has evaluated around 500 women between the age of 50 and 87 and discovered that the rates of gum disease were lower in those receiving HRT (Hormone Replacement Therapy), with many seeing a 44% improvement in gum ...

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20 March 2017

Celebrate World Oral Health Day!

Each year on the 20th March, we celebrate World Oral Health Day! This special day is an international celebration of the benefits of having a healthy mouth, and it seeks to promote the worldwide awareness of good oral health. The UK's leading oral ...

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