Did you know that looking after your gums could reduce your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease?
Most of us know that brushing and flossing can help to keep our smiles sparkling, but did you know that caring for your gums could also help to reduce the risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease? Previous studies have linked gum disease to an elevated risk of Alzheimer’s, but new research…READ ARTICLE
Have you been brushing your teeth wrong all along?
You might assume that there are few things simpler than brushing your teeth, but what if your dentist told you that you’d be doing it wrong all this time? Brushing is the most effective means of reducing your risk of tooth decay and gum disease, so it’s vital to get…READ ARTICLE
Dentists urge patients to break the habit of a lifetime, as research shows rinsing after brushing can increase the risk of decay
Many of grow up practising an oral hygiene routine, which involves putting toothpaste on the brush, adding a drop of water, cleaning, spitting and then rinsing. The trouble is that this pattern may not actually be the best regime for your teeth. As new research suggests that rinsing after brushing…READ ARTICLE
Could berries hold the key to healthy smiles?
New research has suggested that berries could hold the key to healthy smiles. Scientists have discovered that dark berries, including blueberries and cranberries, contain nutrients, which could help to reduce the risk of dental decay. The research, which has been published in the European Journal of Oral Sciences, suggests that…READ ARTICLE
Simple, purse-friendly ways to get a more attractive smile in 2019
As the dust settles on the festive period, many of us will be making resolutions for the year ahead. While most tend to try and up their intake of greens and hours in the gym, there’s a lot to be said for making an effort to keep your smile in…READ ARTICLE