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BRUSHING TEETH THE RIGHT WAY

Only 20% of the population brush their teeth the right way. Thorough dental cleansing takes approx. 5 minutes Our teeth ensure our survival and are the first important step of the intake of food. Teeth perform absolute records every day due to the jaw muscle. Teeth face enormous resistance while comminuting food into easily digestible

AESTHETIC RESTORATIONS

The cosmetic dentistry provides opportunities for recovery of various aesthetic defects in shape, color, position of teeth in the tooth row, as well as the gums. Can specify the following basic aesthetic restoration: Bonding Ceramic crowns and bridges Ceramic veneers Ceramic inlays and onlays Correction of gingival Recovery of central incisor with photopolymer Replacing amalgam

BRUXISM

By the term “bruxism” refers to the phenomenon of bruxism. Usually this happens during sleep and therefore, one even unaware of their disease. Over time the bruxism can cause pain in the teeth, and their abrasion. Teeth can come in dental arch and cause disturbances in your bite. The stress and the anxiety often act

ORTHODONTIC TREATMENT

If you are suffering from malocclusion (bad bite) then orthodontic treatment is needed to prevent any long term problems. Misaligned teeth, especially the back teeth can become excessively worn down as a result of misalignment or overcrowding. Problems with your bite can also affect your ability to speak as well as the appearance of your

DRINK BREWED TEA TO AVOID TOOTH EROSION

Soft drinks and fruit drinks have just about replaced water when it comes to our drinking needs especially in teens. The average amount of sugar is 17 teaspoons in an average soft drink. The damage done by the acids present in some fruits drinks are comparable to battery acids such as hydrochloric acid or sulfuric

CAUSES OF BLEEDING GUMS

Bleeding gums can be extremely discomforting physically and mentally. It is important that a person understands that gums that bleed signify a problem and that needs to be addressed to heal your gums and stop gum bleeding Gum disease: This is the most common cause for bleeding gums. The initial stage of gum disease is known

12 NATURAL WAYS TO WHITEN TEETH

Over time, teeth begin to lose thair natural white color. Bad habits, bad food and drink, and simple age can all conspire to mar your otherwise pearly whites. Recently, teeth whitening has gained in popularity as people have artificially reversed this process. If you want to whiten your teeth, you probably know the standard options:

LATE NIGHT SNACKING BAD FOR YOUR TEETH

Do you feel hungry in the middle of night and start filling your stomach? Do you have the habit of having late night dinners? You might find it normal but you tend to forget that this habit of late night snacking can affect your healthy teeth. It can give your mouth care a toss. Late

BRUSH TEETH TO ‘PREVENT’ HEART DISEASE

What a scary thought that is. Previously it was assumed that not brushing your teeth might make you unpopular with other people if you suffer from bad breath, but scientists have now discovered if you don’t brush your teeth, you are at risk from a heart attack. There is a common bacteria, which has been

GRILLED VEGETABLES BAD FOR YOUR TOOTH ENAMEL

Scottish scientists have made an unexpected discovery: it appears, fried or stewed vegetables bad for your teeth. As it turned out, so processed vegetables have high levels of dental enamel-eating acids. According to scientists, the most dangerous teeth are grilled eggplant, zucchini and sweet peppers. The experiments showed that fried or stewed vegetables destroys the

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Private Dental Practice in Poplar, London
Poplar Dental & Medical Clinic

21 Morris road, Poplar
London E14 6FF
United Kingdom

Phone: 02075 150 344
Mobile: 07578 728 787
info@poplardentist.co.uk
www.poplardentist.co.uk

Opening time:
Mon - Fri: 11:00-20:00
Sat: 09:00-17:00
Sun: Closed

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Private Dental Clinic in Beckton
North Woolwich Dental Practice

145A Albert Road, North Woolwich
London E16 2JD
United Kingdom

Phone: 02074 746 987
Mobile: 07883 895 355
info@londondent.com
www.londondent.com

Opening time:
Mon - Fri: 11:00-20:00
Sat: 09:00-17:00
Sun: By appointment only

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