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Do your teens need braces?
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Health concerns of bad breath
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We’ve all been there, happily chatting to a friend or colleague, when suddenly they lean in closer and POW! Bad breath, halitosis, stinky mouth, dragon breath, ogre breath – whatever you call it, there’s no doubt that it’s an uncomfortable…
What a good smile will get you
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From the moment we are born, we are immediately attuned to the human smile. As babies, we instinctively recognise and mimic the smiles of our parents and siblings and adopt it as one of our first facial expressions. The human…
Could your fear of the dentist be detrimental to your health?
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World Oral Health Day
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When do babies start teething?
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Meet the toothbrush some claim can outsmart your dentist
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Ask-A-Dentist: How does smoking affect my dental hygiene? Part 2
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Ask-A-Dentist: How does smoking affect my dental hygiene? Part 1
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Ask-A-Dentist: What are dental caries?
December 30, 2013
Image via Shutterstock. When looking up advice on dental hygiene, it's easy to get caught up and lost in the tome of jargon relating to the world inside your mouth. Here at Shore Dental we're trying to normalise tricky terms…
Based on your answers you may need our help to prevent further long term complications.
Based on your answers you are not at risk at this time. However, regular check ups and treatment are still recommended.
5 questions to ask yourself:
Do you have
1. A family history of tooth loss or gum disease?
2. Gums that bleed when brushing or eating?
3. Food trapping between your teeth?
4. Teeth that appear longer than they used to?
5. Black triangles between your teeth?
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