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    Oral health

    Oral hygiene advice

    brushing advice

    Brushing advice


    We all know brushing our teeth is an important part of our daily routine. It is something we have been doing all our lives, so we must be experts right? No quite – many people don’t give their teeth the proper attention they need, which can lead to cavities and bad breath. Here you'll find tips and advice on the proper way to care for your teeth.

    whitening advice

    Whitening advice


    A nice, bright smile is one of the first things other people notice about you. It’s an important part of the way we present ourselves to the world, and signals that we are both healthy and happy. White teeth are also an indicator of good oral hygiene. Find out how to get and maintain a healthy, white smile.

    gum problems

    Gum problems and solutions


    Gums are often over-looked in a daily oral care routine, but they are just as important to look after as your teeth. Inflamed, tender, or bleeding gums are usually a sign of gingivitis, which if left untreated, can lead to gum disease. Find out how brushing and flossing your gums twice a day help can prevent gum disease.

    improving your habits

    Improving your habits


    Dentists never miss an opportunity to ask about your flossing and brushing routine, and for good reason: creating and maintaining a good oral health regime can have a positive impact not only on your oral health, but on your overall health too. Here are some ways you can improve your oral health regime, and create healthy habits for life.

    your overall wellbeing

    Your overall wellbeing


    You’d be forgiven for thinking that your heart health and overall wellbeing have nothing to do with how you look after your teeth. In fact, a good oral healthcare routine can boost your wellbeing much like a regular workout or healthy diet. Find out how your oral, heart and overall health are connected.