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We all want to have perfect teeth that are free of defects and problems. Unfortunately though, things aren't that easy in real life. But don't despair, because we'll share thirteen helpful tips to help you to keep your teeth and gums the best that they can be. 1.Brush regularly Brush your teeth at least twice a day and preferably after every meal. Also, when you brush, make sure that it's for at least two minutes every time. 2. Choose the right toothbrush for you Your toothbrush should be the right size so that you can brush your teeth without any problems. You should also

A good oral hygiene routine is vital for your dental health. Maintaining a good dental hygiene and taking care of your teeth and gums has positive effects on your general health. According to new research, a good oral hygiene routine can even lower your risk of heart disease and make it easier to control diabetes. In this post, we’ll go over the three fundamental parts of a good oral hygiene routine: brushing, flossing and mouthwash. Brushing The most important part of any oral hygiene routine is brushing your teeth with a fluoride toothpaste. It cleans your teeth and strengthens them, making them more

Brushing your teeth doesn’t have to be complicated. In this post, we’ll go over the basics about how to brush your teeth properly to keep them nice and clean. What’s the correct way to brush your teeth? To brush your teeth properly, just follow these simple instructions. First, put a blob of toothpaste on your toothbrush. Then, angle the toothbrush towards your gums. The brush should be at a 45-angle. Then, use short strokes (not long strokes) to brush each tooth. And make sure to clean all three surfaces of your teeth – the outer surface, the chewing surface, and the inner surface. If

Getting your wisdom teeth taken out can seem scary, but in fact there’s no need to worry as the procedure is quite straightforward. What’s more, you won’t feel any pain during the surgery thanks to the anaesthetic. If you’d like to know more about what it’s like to have your wisdom tooth removed, then read this blog post to find out. What’s a wisdom tooth extraction like? Before the surgery. Before the surgery, you’ll meet with your surgeon to go over the procedure. The surgeon will ask about any health problems you have and any medications you’re taking. You can also use

When you make breakfast, do you pour yourself a glass of orange juice? Many people do, but few stop to think about the consequences to their teeth. Eating fruit whole is healthy, which is probably why so many people think that drinking fruit juice is healthy too. However, experts believe that consuming fruit in the form of fruit juice is harmful to our teeth. Orange juice, and indeed most fruit juices, are acidic and high in sugar and therefore bad for your smile. Fruit juice is high in sugar The main reason why fruit juice is bad for your teeth is that it's

You may not have heard this dental problem so often, but you will be surprised to know that it is one of the most common dental problems in the world. A dental abscess, or tooth abscess, is an accumulation of pus that forms inside the teeth or gums. The abscess usually initiates from a bacterial infection that has accumulated in the soft pulp of the tooth. Where do the bacteria exist? Bacteria live in plaque, a by-product of food, saliva and bacteria in the mouth, which sticks to the teeth and harms the gums as well. If the plaque is not removed

Bleeding gums is a common dental condition that can be caused by many internal and external factors. Occasional bleeding gums can be provoked by incorrect teeth brushing or brushing them too hard. If you started a new routine of flossing, your gums could be sensitive to it. This situation disappears in about a week. Most of the pregnant women are exposed to a condition called “pregnancy gingivitis” which represents an inflammation of their gums and at the same time it could cause tenderness and swelling.   If a patient notices that his gums are bleeding on a regular basis he should make

The soft flesh of the lips and their open location make them susceptible to serious injury. Children play various sports that can cause such injuries and might need immediate treatment at an emergency center. A blow to the face can crush your lips against your teeth, causing damage to the face and lips. As it happens suddenly, your teeth can cut the inside of your mouth or your tongue. A fall or blow may cause you to bite your tongue. Any cut inside the mouth usually bleeds heavily because of the generous supply of blood in the area. Trauma to

We are pleased to be able to offer “Interest Free Finance” to patients to help spread the costs of larger treatment plans. Interest bearing plans are also available over longer terms. This service is offered in conjunction with “Finance 4 Patients” a company specialising in helping provide finance plans for dental patients. Please ask your dentist or at reception for further information.