Posts Tagged ‘oral health’

pumpkin

It’s that time of year again, pumpkins are appearing in the supermarkets and this year we challenge you not to just carve them, but actually cook with them! Pumpkins are a good source of zinc, iron, and magnesium which helps prevent bleeding gums, keeps our tongues healthy and our teeth strong – what’s not to […]

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There is no I in team. Never has this been truer than in modern Implant dentistry. Dental implants are an increasingly popular choice for patients wanting to replace missing teeth. The successful outcome of implant dentistry is dependent on many factors. A comprehensive assessment is required during the planning and maintenance phases requiring multiple dental […]

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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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Easter is just around the corner and we thought it might be useful to remind people of the importance of good oral health during the season of chocolate! Here are our top tips for healthy teeth this Easter: • Save Easter treats for pudding rather than in between meals • Drink water after eating those […]

Heart-and-mouth

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 […]

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Misaligned teeth are a common occurrence among children these days. A variety of removable and fixed appliances can be used to move the teeth back into their position. One of the best and time tested methods for tooth alignment is dental braces, or more scientifically called as the orthodontic brackets. These dental braces are bonded to […]

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With the start of the New Year comes the resolutions and for many, this means a month off the alcohol. Whether you’re taking part in Dry January and doing it for charity, or if you’re just doing it for yourself, there are lots of health benefits to taking a break from the booze. Alcoholic drinks […]