Easter is a lovely time of year – baby lambs, daffodils and an abundance of Easter treats are very common. However, these treats can be very problematic for our teeth. In this article, we discuss some tips that can help you enjoy Easter without putting your oral health at risk. Easter egg hunts It’s a
With it being the start of a new year, everyone seems to be being careful about their diet at the moment. However, do you know what foods and drinks are harmful to your teeth? We are all aware that chocolate and sugary sweets can cause tooth decay. However, there are also some other surprising culprits
It’s December, meaning Christmas is officially here. People are putting their Christmas decorations up, buying presents and spending time with friends and family. If you have been in any supermarket or coffee shop over the past few weeks, you will be aware of all of the tempting treats that are associated with this time of
Halloween is upon us and the shops are full of sweet treats aimed at children. With tooth decay becoming more and more common among young children, Halloween is a real nightmare for teeth. We want to help parents to take extra care of their children’s oral health over the spooky period. Here are our top
You get an amazing feeling after your teeth have been professionally whitened. The confidence you will gain from your new white smile will be great. You want to keep your teeth this dazzling for as long as you can, but how do you do this? In this article, we will offer our advice on how
Having great oral hygiene is essential if you want to keep your natural teeth for a lifetime. Overall, teeth are strong and hard wearing and will last a very long time, as long as they are looked after correctly. There are no tricks or potions for keeping your teeth strong and healthy. Instead, you simply
When you are under stress, your whole body can be impacted and your oral health is no exception. Being under too much stress can contribute to many oral health problems with your mouth, teeth and gums including sores, bruxism, halitosis and gum disease. Halitosis Approximately 50% of the population suffer from halitosis (or bad breath).