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Guard against sporting injuries

There’s no question about it sport and exercise are an essential part of a healthy lifestyle.  But those who like contact sports or something that gets the adrenalin pumping more than a brisk walk need to consider their teeth just as much as their joints and muscles.
Sports like hockey, rugby and boxing often involve violent [...]

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New Year….new you?

Losing a few pounds tops the New Year resolutions list for a lot people every year and experts agree the best way to change your figure is through sensible eating and an appropriate exercise programme.  Yo yo dieting, extreme eating plans and over exercising is just as bad for your health as being overweight and [...]

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Experts recommend fish oils for healthy gums

New research released in the prestigious Journal of The American Dietetic Association presents a possible new approach to treating gum disease. With 79% of adults over the age of 35 suffering some form of gum disease experts will welcome new ways to help beat this common problem. A study of over 9, 000 adults participating [...]

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An App A Day Keeps the Dentist Away

Having just about resisted the feeding frenzy surrounding the Apple iPad launch last month, I am now seriously tempted by the new iPhone 4 which arrived in the UK last week amid the usual store queues and glowing reviews from the techy community.
Do I lust after it for its new ‘FaceTime’ video calling? Is it [...]

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Snack Swop!

In the spirit of National Smile Month’s suggestion that we cut down on sugary snacks and drinks, here is our Snack Swop menu

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To floss … or not to floss…that is the question…

79% of over 35’s suffer from gum disease, it’s surely a statistic that will make you think more about your brushing routine? But however good we are with a brush, brushing alone will only reach 60% of the tooth’s surface. As dentists will tell you it’s flossing that will really make a difference to our [...]

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