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NEWS - NOTHING BUT THE TOOTH - DECEMBER 2017

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DEC 17
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WEDNESDAY 20TH OF DECEMBER 2017
There are only 5 sleeps until Christmas! It's not too late. Give the best present you can to your loved one or yourself- teeth whitening.A white, bright, healthy smile is for everyone and not just for Hollywood Stars. Here are our 5 top tips to achieve great tooth whitening: Visit the dental hygienist regularly. Plaque is bacteria and yellow in colour. Stains can readily form from normal diets. Even some mouthwashes can cause discolouration. Corsodyl for example is used long term. Our dental hyg…READ MORE
DEC 17
19
TUESDAY 19TH OF DECEMBER 2017
The countdown to the big day is in full swing. Just 6 sleeps until Christmas!We will taking some hard earned rest over the Christmas period. Our opening times are as follows:Friday 22nd 0900-1500Saturday 23rd Reception only 0900-1530Christmas Day ClosedBoxing Day ClosedWednesday 27th Reception only 0900-1300Thursday 28th Reception only 0900-1300Friday 29th 0900-1400Saturday 30th Reception only 0900-1530New Years Day ClosedTuesday 2nd January Normal opening time resumeEMERGENCY COVERIn the event …READ MORE
DEC 17
07
THURSDAY 7TH OF DECEMBER 2017
Eating your favourite foods is one of life's great joys. Perhaps a medium rare steak, crusty bread, raw vegetables or a crunchy apple? Most of us take eating for granted. However, for those with missing teeth, eating may be limited to certain foods only and this certainly is not much fun.There is an answer and they are called dental implants. In simple terms, dental implants are titanium cylinders that are inserted into the jaw bone. A phenomenon called 'osseointegration' where bone grows and fu…READ MORE
DEC 17
01
FRIDAY 1ST OF DECEMBER 2017
Fibroepithelial polyps are commonly seen in the mouth on the lip, cheek, gum line and tongue. There are a small mass of tissue that usually form in response to trauma such as lip biting or cheek chewing. Although, in the main, polyps are pain free and benign, they can be irritating especially if you keep catching them whilst eating which could cause ulcers or inflammation.Here is a common appearance of a fibroepithelial polyp on the lip: A soft mass of pink tissue on the lip.Although these can b…READ MORE
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