Does Your Grandad Want You To Clean His Dentures? A Guide on How To Do It

Posted on: 11 July 2016

If you take care of a grandparent, whether it be one living with you or one that you're asked to help out with from time to time, the rewards for your good deeds are obvious when you see a smile on your grandparent's face. However, some tasks are more fun than others, and being asked to clean anything that belongs to a grandparent is probably on the bottom of your list of tasks to perform.
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Demineralisation: What You Need To Know

Posted on: 8 July 2016

Enamel is the substance which forms the outer layer of your teeth. It helps to protect the sensitive tissues and pulp which form the inner part of each tooth. The minerals from which enamel is formed help to create a very resilient barrier. However, enamel is susceptible to progressive demineralisation. Demineralisation is the first step towards the formation of a cavity in the tooth. Below is a brief guide to the causes of demineralisation, its impact upon your dental health and the treatment options available to combat it.
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Dental Care and Your ADHD Child

Posted on: 22 June 2016

If you have a child with ADD or ADHD, there are no doubt many challenges in your everyday life that you have to face head on. A common challenge is convincing your ADD/ADHD child of the importance of taking care of his or her teeth. Indeed, a 2007 study found that children with ADHD were more likely to have poor oral health behaviours than neuro-typical children. Luckily, there are things you can do to instill good dental care habits in your child; read on for some tips that will make this minefield easier and more manageable for both you and your child.
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4 Signs You're a Good Candidate for Dental Veneers

Posted on: 6 June 2016

Dental veneers are just one type of dental implants available for patients. They give patients the chance to improve their smile, getting back something they lost maybe due to poor oral hygiene or mouth trauma. Not everyone will be suitable for the veneers. Here are four signs that make you a good candidate. Your Teeth Are Straight  They don't need to be perfect, but having moderately straight teeth will make you more suitable for this type of dental implants.
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