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31 Dec

Preventive Dental Care Tips for a Healthy Smile

With more time spent at home, many of us have invested in self care routines to become the best version of ourselves. While regular exercising and a thorough skincare routine are beneficial, we mustn’t forget to include preventive dental care. Maintaining excellent oral health and hygiene can benefit our overall health and deliver a healthy, glowing smile!  What

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31 Dec

Teeth brushing mishaps you might want to avoid

Even if you maintain a regular oral health regime there could be a chance that your brushing technique is causing unexpected issues. Here we look at some of the most common mistakes we make when cleaning our teeth that can be easily fixed by adjusting our brushing routine. Clean every tooth It is important to

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29 Dec

4 Ways to Improve Your Smile in 2022

The start of a new year is a time for change for many people. After a long period of overindulgence at Christmas, we strive to better ourselves by setting goals for the months ahead, and these typically centre around improving our appearance through weight loss. However, new year’s resolutions aren’t just restricted to going to

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29 Dec

5 Key Benefits Offered by a Dental Check-up

Even if you take good care of your teeth and gums, attending regular appointments with your dentist is still very important. Routine dental check-ups rarely last more than 30 minutes, but even in that time a dentist or hygienist will perform several key procedures and checks that maintain and improve overall oral health. Here we

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Important information about attending the Dental Practice

As you will be are aware, COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is a new illness that is spreading across the UK. If you have a dental emergency, please telephone your practice for further advice. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/ Stay at home for 7 days if you have either a high temperature a new continuous cough Do not go to a GP

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12 Aug
Dentist Plymouth, Paignton

Replacing Old Metal Fillings & Crowns

Dental fillings and crowns are used to recreate structure that has been lost to tooth decay, and although they last years, they eventually need replacing. From general wear and tear on the teeth to more cosmetic issues, such as darkening, there are numerous reasons why you might opt to get them replaced. It’s no secret

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4 Apr
Routine Dentist

The Oral Health Benefits of Chewing Gum

Chewing gum – love it or loathe it, it can play an important part in your oral health routine that’s not to be scoffed at. Chewing sugar free gum has a number of important benefits to your health, such as reducing tooth decay, neutralising oral acids and mitigating dental erosion. But did you know that

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