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We’re Moving!

EXCITING NEWS we are moving! From Monday 20th December, we will be operating out of our new location as a soft opening before the Christmas closure. Stay tuned for details
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Oral health

Surprising Foods That Are Actually Good For Your Oral Health

Good oral health care isn’t just brushing and flossing your teeth. A proper diet also contributes to good oral health. Many foods actually help to reduce the harmful bacteria in
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Tongue Disease

4 Causes of Tongue Disease and How to Spot the Symptoms

If you’re experiencing pain, swelling or changes in the appearance of your tongue, you should seek an evaluation by an oral health professional. Although most tongue problems are not serious, there are a few which can be.
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Wisdom teeth

Can I Keep My Wisdom Teeth?

The third molars, commonly known as wisdom teeth, are the last to grow of all 32 adult teeth. These molars grow at the back of the upper and lower jaws behind the other existing adult teeth. They are called “wisdom teeth”, as they typically appear when people are thought to have become wiser with experience and age.
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What Is Gingivitis and How Can You Prevent It?

Gingivitis is caused by the buildup of plaque on the teeth and gums. Plaque is a sticky, colourless film that coats the teeth and gums after eating and drinking that acts as a home for bacteria to grow. When there is too much bacteria in your mouth, it can cause an infection of the gums, known as gingivitis.
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Mouth guards

Why Dental Mouth Guards are Better than Chemist Bought Ones

There are three types of mouthguards: stock mouthguards, boil-and-bite mouthguards and custom-made mouthguards. When used in sports, they cushion the mouth and can reduce the severity of injury to the face and head. Studies show that up to 39% of dental injuries happen during sporting activities!
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