Teeth Brushing

The Importance of Dental Health for Men

2020-09-04T13:05:14+00:00 September 6th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Dental hygiene, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing, Teeth Straightening|Tags: , , |

According to research from the American Dental Association, men are far less likely than women to seek preventative dental care, and often neglect their dental health for years at a time. This is becoming a serious issue within the dental industry and is something that it’s important to raise awareness of. Their research also

Does Sugar Cause Tooth Cavity

2020-09-04T12:50:15+00:00 September 4th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Dental hygiene, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing, Teeth Straightening|Tags: , , , |

We all know that sugar is bad for your teeth and if you drink lots of fizzy drinks and eat lots of sweets, you are likely to be visiting the dentist soon. But it’s not just the sugar itself that causes a tooth cavity, it’s the complex chain of events that happens in your

Value of elderly dental care and why it matters

2020-08-27T06:32:11+00:00 August 27th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Dental hygiene, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing, Teeth Straightening|Tags: , , , , |

As we age there are a number of changes that occur in our bodies, as well as a number of things that we can let fall slightly by the wayside. However, when we age, letting our dental health slip is something that we can’t afford to do. Our dental health is connected to the health

The Link Between Gum Disease and Heart Health

2020-08-20T11:32:41+00:00 August 20th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Dental hygiene, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing|Tags: , , |

For many years, the connection between gum disease and heart disease has been investigated. Research has suggested that people with poor oral health such as those with gum disease are at risk of developing valve or coronary heart disease or making their cardiovascular condition worse. What is gum disease? With gum disease (also referred

Teeth Shifting: What can you do to stop them

2020-09-04T18:25:27+00:00 July 30th, 2020|Categories: Blog, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing|Tags: , , , , |

Noticed that your teeth are moving? It’s not your imagination.Teeth shifting is a natural process that happens to us all. Usually, this shifting is gradual and causes no problems.However, certain factors may cause teeth to shift more rapidly, which may start to become a concern. Teeth may start to move in unwanted directions leading to

6 Things You Shouldn’t Do With Your Teeth

2020-08-30T18:35:36+00:00 July 25th, 2020|Categories: Aligner Care, Blog, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing|

Your teeth may be the hardest part of your body, but they can still experience damage. You are probably used to frequently using them for things you don’t think twice about, most of which are not good. You might not know that some of those habits are bad for you, so here are six

Clear Braces: Everything You Wanted to Know About Them

2020-07-23T11:24:59+00:00 July 20th, 2020|Categories: Aligner Care, Blog, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing|Tags: , , , , |

Did you know that more than half of British adults report being so dissatisfied with their teeth that they avoid smiling altogether? Because they avoid flashing their pearly whites, three in five report suffering from "Posh Spice Syndrome."Unfortunately, feeling self-conscious about your smile comes with much more than comparisons to Victoria Beckham. It can lead

Why Brushing Straight After Drinking Coffee Can Damage Your Teeth

2020-07-04T05:04:27+00:00 July 3rd, 2020|Categories: Aligner Care, Blog, Health, Oral Health, Teeth Brushing|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , |

Do You Like Drinking Coffee? Did you know that brushing your teeth directly after drinking coffee could have a very bad impact? Do you start your day with a big cuppa? You aren't the only one! Approximately 30 million Brits drink coffee every day, yet drinking your espresso every now and again (in excess