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Do You suffer from Gums Bleeding?

Bleeding gums if ignored may lead to tooth loss!! This can be quite rapid so never ignore bleeding gums!! Call us and we can help you! Many people do not know they are living with periodontal disease ( gum disease). Are your gums bleeding during brushing or flossing? This is a common sign of periodontal [...]

Caring for your Baby’s Teeth

Caring for your baby’s/children’s teeth! Taking care of your baby’s teeth is just as important as taking care of your own! Your baby’s first tooth will most likely be a bottom front one, although tooth eruption varies. Some babies are born with a tooth and some may cut teeth late. Eventually your baby will have [...]

Gum disease is linked to your Heart !

Better make sure your gums are in good health! A University of Florida study shows that the same bacteria that cause gum disease also promotes heart disease - a discovery that could change the way heart disease is diagnosed and treated. Researchers reported their findings at the annual meeting of the American Society for Microbiology. [...]

Amalgam Fillings – Are they good?

Amalgam (silver) Fillings These are still widely used in the UK, particulalry on the NHS. Amalgam contains mercury and this has led the United Nations Environmental Programme to raise some concerns about its use and its Minamata Convention on Mercury makes it legally binding to reduce amalgam use. In spite of this, no real effort [...]

Night time brushing is more important!

Do you know why its more important to brush at night? If you haven't brushed means you have more food and debris which has accumulated throughout the day. This debris is attacked by bacteria in your mouth to produce harmful toxins and acids which breakdown enamel and leads to dental decay. Now you wonder why [...]

Do Sports drinks affect your teeth?

  Do Sports drinks affect teeth? People, who drink sports drinks on a regular basis to replenish minerals and energy lost during workouts, may risk causing damage to their teeth. This has been suggested by the British Journal of Sports medicine. A study was conducted by a British dentist who analyzed the acidity of eight [...]