Discoloured Teeth

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We’ve all been there. Why does this happen? Can we reduce this? What can we do at home to help?! Discoloured teeth can happen to anyone depending on a number of things like genetics, environment, trauma and poor hygiene. We all go through that stage in our lives where we question the colour of our teeth so let’s take a closer look at this topic further. Sometimes tooth discolouration can be normal over time and not harmful. Remember no one is born with pearly white perfect teeth. Discolouration can show as white streaks, yellow tinge or even brown spots. Firstly, […]

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Oral Hygiene Routine

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Oral Hygiene   A lot of our patients think that the hard part is visiting the dentist but really, the toughest part of oral hygiene is what you do at home to look after your teeth in between dental visits. In this blog, we’re going to go through some dental commandments that we live by if you want to have a happy and healthy mouth! Remember, your teeth are important but don’t forget your gums, tongue and roof of your mouth are just as important.   Brush to your hearts Content You probably didn’t know this, but there is technique […]

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The Way You Eat Fruit Matters For Your Teeth

We all know fruit is an essential part of having a healthy and well balanced diet.It boosts your immune system, it is a perfect source of vitamins, Minerals and antioxidants. Eating fruits regularly reduces the risk of illnesses and chronic diseases. This blog post is about when and how to have fruit not to harm your teeth. Beware of dried fruit Dried fruit has lost most of it water which is why it is very high in sugar content. Sugar is more concentrated in dried fruit.More sugar can cause more cavities.Harmful bacteria in our mouths consume the sugar of the […]

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