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  • How stress affects your smile

    Posted on Oct 01, 2019 by manager
    It is now widely accepted that stress is one of the biggest contributors to mental and physical health issues in many people around the world. However it is less widely known that stress also has a large impact on oral health in particular. While it is already hard to smile when you are stressed out, it can be even harder to do so after stress has wreaked havoc on your gums and teeth. If you are wondering how stress can affect your smile, keep reading on to find out.
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  • 5 foods that are great for your oral health

    Posted on Sep 01, 2019 by manager
    We all know that sugary drinks and highly acidic foods are bad for our oral health, because they create an environment that accelerates plaque growth and tooth decay. But did you know that some foods are actually highly beneficial to the health of your teeth and gums? Here are the top 5 things to eat to help improve your oral health and keep that winning smile!
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  • 5 tips for taking your young child to the dentist

    Posted on Aug 01, 2019 by manager
    The dentist’s office can be an intimidating place for anyone. But this is especially true for young children who don’t understand the necessity of regular dental check-ups.
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  • Dental x-rays: The good, the bad, the truth

    Posted on Apr 01, 2019 by manager
    Some people are wary of x-rays for a number of reasons. In large doses, X-rays can be harmful and should not be administered frivolously. X-rays are also a valuable and effective diagnostic tool and, when it comes to deciding whether or not to get an x-ray as part of a dental check-up, dentists must weigh the benefits against the risks.
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  • Dentistry 101: Dentures

    Posted on Feb 01, 2019 by manager
    Dentures are prosthetics used to replace missing teeth, and range from a small partial denture which replaces a few teeth, to sets of full dentures which replace all of a patient's natural teeth.
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  • How do deal with sensitive teeth

    Posted on Dec 01, 2018 by manager
    If you are one of the many people who experience increased tooth sensitivity you are well aware of how unpleasant it can be. What you may not be aware of are the underlying causes of the sensitivity, and the steps you can take to help relieve the discomfort caused by your sensitive teeth.
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  • Preventative dental care: why dental check-ups matter

    Posted on Oct 01, 2018 by manager
    Anyone who has suffered the intense pain of a serious Dental problem understands the importance of preventive Dental Care.
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  • Some common dental terminology explained

    Posted on Aug 01, 2018 by manager
    Every profession has its own specialised lingo, but when you look at any of the medical fields this lingo becomes a whole language unto itself. In this article we will shed some light on some commonly used but often misunderstood dental terms. Knowing these terms will help you communicate more effectively with your dental professional and hopefully take some of the mystique and trepidation out of your dental treatments and interventions.
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  • A how to guide to building a productive relationship with your dentist

    Posted on Jun 01, 2018 by manager
    To many people, the thought of a trip to the dentist’s office is not a pleasant one, and the new emerging model of ‘big-box’ franchised Dentistry that is growing in the Newcastle area does not help the situation.
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  • When things go wrong: a guide to warning signs in your mouth

    Posted on Jun 01, 2018 by manager
    Your mouth is a highly complex system of bones, muscles, nerves and teeth. The process of digestion begins in the mouth with mastication (chewing), and saliva production. These processes leave the mouth prone to bacterial infection.
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