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17 October 2017

Liverpool Named as Botox Capital of the World

A recent study presented at a meeting of the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) has revealed that people in Liverpool perform more searches for non-invasive Botox procedures than any other region in the world, with ‘regional cultural factors’ ...

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09 October 2017

Popcorn to blame for damaging our teeth

When we think of foods that are damaging to our teeth, most people tend to think of sweets and fizzy drinks (and for good reason). However, there's another food that's causing damage to the nation's teeth, and it comes in ...

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05 October 2017

Charcoal Toothpastes May Not Whiten Teeth

The charcoal trend sees no sign on slowing down, and it's been popping up in everything from peel-off face-masks to supplements. However, The Oral Health Foundation has issued a warning against charcoal toothpastes, which claim to whiten your teeth, stating ...

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11 September 2017

5 Foods That Are Good For Your Teeth

You brush and floss your teeth twice a day in order to keep your smile healthy, but how often do you think about the food your eating in terms of your oral health? What you eat and drink can cause tooth decay, ...

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11 September 2017

Prosecco May Be Rotting the Nation’s Teeth

Got a penchant for Prosecco? You may be doing your teeth some serious damage according to a recent article in the Daily Mail. Dr Mervyn Druian, of the London Centre for Cosmetic Dentistry recently issued the warning after latest figures revealed ...

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22 August 2017

5 Tips For Looking After Your Baby’s Teeth

It's never too early to start taking taking care of your baby's teeth, and good dental care should start before that first little tooth arrives. But what should you be doing to look after them? Here are our 5 top tips ...

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18 August 2017

Causes, Symptoms and Treatment of Toothache

Toothache is no laughing matter.  The pain can be mild or severe and it is usually worse at night, particularly when you're lying down, making it difficult to sleep. So what is causing your toothache and how do you treat ...

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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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