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Get your mouth in tip-top condition

Your oral health can affect your overall health, with research showing that gum disease is linked to lots of health problems in other parts of the body. Therefore, brushing your teeth can prevent gum disease and improve your overall health. Gum disease could increase your risk of stroke, diabetes and heart disease, as well as being linked with problems in pregnancy […]

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Why should I visit the hygienist?

At the heart of everything we provide here at The Exeter Dental Centre, is dental hygiene. Maintaining good oral hygiene is an important ways of preventing long term dental problems. By keeping your mouth healthy you can prevent tooth decay, gum disease, bad breath and reap all the benefits of better wellbeing. As part of our outstanding dental […]

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Top Tip: Green tea can help gum disease

Dental Tip of the day! Green tea lovers can rejoice, because of all the antioxidants in the tea, it can help to reduce the risk of gum disease by reducing inflammation in the body. A Japanese survey of almost 1,000 men found that those who drank green tea regularly had healthier gums than those who didn’t. A […]

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Our top tips for a kissable mouth this Valentine’s Day!

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner we think this is the perfect opportunity to pucker up and take a look at your oral health. Smiling is such an important part of attracting the opposite sex and there is nothing like poor oral health to put you off kissing. It doesn’t matter how expensive your […]