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Oral care advice


Written by Advice Team on February 10, 2016

Using dental floss or an electric water flosser can help prevent gum disease by removing left over pieces of food and plaque from between your teeth. Plaque is a mass of bacteria that builds up on the teeth and is the main cause of gum diseases such as gingivitis and periodontitis as well as dental Read article...

I’ve Got 99 Problems But Bad Breath Is Not One Of Them!

Written by Advice Team on February 10, 2016

Bad breath (halitosis) is a common problem that can affect anyone at any age. About one in four people are thought to have bad breath on a regular basis. Bad breath can be the result of numerous things, but it's usually caused by poor oral hygiene and ineffective teeth brushing. Throughout the da Read article...

Combat Receding Gums

Written by Advice Team on February 10, 2016

Receding gums, or gingival recession, is the process in which the gum tissue that surrounds the teeth pulls back exposing more of the tooth, or worse, the tooth's root. During gum recession, gaps open between the teeth and gum line, making it easy for disease-causing bacteria to build up. If lef Read article...

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Brushing 101

Written by Advice Team on February 8, 2016

From childhood, we are taught that using a toothbrush twice a day is vital to keep our teeth and gums healthy and reduce the chances of tooth decay and gum disease. As we get older a good oral hygiene routine becomes even more important; not only for dental health, but for your overall wellbeing. S Read article...