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Out with the old – Top Tips for losing Baby Teeth

Your child’s baby teeth fall out to make way for their permanent teeth to grow. This big milestone usually begins to happen from the age of 6 onwards. We have put together top tips to guide you through this transition and to get little teeth tooth fairy ready!

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Your Dental Exam – Behind the Chair

Going to the dentist can be a daunting experience for some people. I suppose it’s the fact that people can often feel anxious, as they are in a vulnerable position – especially when you are lying back on the dental chair into the unknown. Not to worry – we honestly don’t bite, trust us our […]

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Bad Breath? Not to Fear Help Is Here

Bad breath is something people always want to avoid, but it can be difficult to notice it yourself. If you are unware that you have bad breath, it can quickly become very embarrassing, especially in certain social situations when it’s pointed out to you! Your. Heart. Sinks. And things get awkward quickly. But don’t worry […]

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Sharp Shooting Pain & Sensitivity

As dentists, sensitivity is something we get asked about on a daily basis. Especially, in the recent weeks with all the lovely summer weather, we got a lot of questions from people worrying about a “sharp, shooting pain” in the teeth, particular when consuming anything cold/hot drinks or foods. If cold, hot, sweet or acidic […]

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Smiling into the Summer….

Holiday season is finally here and in full swing! Once you have your summer holiday booked the excitement starts, and so does the sheer panic of starting your holiday prep. This is closely followed by the endless day dreaming of being by the poolside with a refreshing cocktail and then snapping back into the reality […]

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Protecting Your Enamel

Let’s talk about enamel, your teeth are covered by enamel – but what does this really mean and why is it so important to protect it?Enamel is a highly mineralised substance that covers the outer layer of each tooth and it is the most visible part of the tooth. The main role of enamel is […]

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