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12 Mar
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What are sensitive teeth? Tooth sensitivity results from irritation of nerves in the tooth, which leads to pain or discomfort when teeth are exposed to hot or cold temperatures or to acidic food and beverages. Sensitivity can also occur during flossing or ... Continue Reading Continue Reading

06 Mar
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You may assume you should have a dental check-up every six months, but some people may not need to go so often and others may need more frequent checks. Your dentist will suggest when you should have your next check-up based on how good your oral he ... Continue Reading Continue Reading

26 Feb
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Dental implants Dental implants are an artificial replacement for a tooth’s root. They fit directly into your jawbone and hold crowns or false teeth in place, in the same way that roots support natural teeth. If you look after your teeth and implants pr ... Continue Reading Continue Reading

23 Feb
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Toothache refers to pain in and around the teeth and jaws that’s usually caused by tooth decay. You may feel toothache in many ways. It can come and go or be constant. Eating or drinking can make the pain worse, particularly if the food or drink is ... Continue Reading Continue Reading

20 Feb
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Dental health and your child’s teeth From the first baby teeth poking through, to milk teeth falling out and adult teeth growing in their place, a lot goes on in the mouth over a lifetime. Teeth grow and fall out at different times for each child, b ... Continue Reading Continue Reading

16 Feb
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1) To Prevent Gum Disease – Gum disease causes bleeding gums, painful gums, bad breath, and loose teeth. Gum disease can be treated, stopped and even reversed if caught in it’s early stages. Your Hygienist will not only treat and prevent gum disease, ... Continue Reading Continue Reading