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What are veneers?

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It’s not just front teeth that get cracked. In a 14,000 patient survey, undertaken by the Oregon University of Health and Science, molar cracks were ubiquitous. That said, it’s the front teeth that demand your attention, because they’re what’s visible when you smile, particularly the ‘social 6’, just behind the lips.   There’s a lot… Continue reading >>

Categories: Dental Veneers.

3 habits your dentist wants you to break

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Since we were all just children, whether we were would-be dentists or otherwise, we heard the same advice. Don’t sit too close to the television because you’ll get square eyes, and always brush your teeth. This advice has been given to all of us, but did you know there’s far more to maintaining your dental… Continue reading >>

Categories: Dental Health.

How to maintain your dental health at Christmas

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Chocolate features heavily on most Christmas menus. As a nation, we love nothing more than to reach for the Quality Street as we watch naff telly following a huge turkey dinner with all the trimmings and in a recent YouGov poll our favourite chocolate treats were revealed. Apparently we’re huge fans of Malteaser Teasers, Caramel… Continue reading >>

Categories: Dental Health.

Do dental implants hurt?

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One of the most common questions about dental implants is what they feel like and whether they hurt. Completely understandably, dental implant placement can seem like a scary procedure to undertake for some people, but it is less traumatic than you would think. Some patients will prepare themselves for the worst, and we find these… Continue reading >>

Categories: Dental Implants.

Mouth Cancer Action Month

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Be mouthaware: The 45 second check that could save your life Are you able to recognise the changes in your mouth? That’s the question posed by us ahead of this years Mouth Cancer Action Month. We are urging everyone to be more mouth aware and recognise the early warning signs of mouth cancer.   With awareness of… Continue reading >>

Categories: Sleaford Smile Centre.

Tricks for enjoying treats this Halloween…

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No one wants to hear us saying the same old thing about not eating sweet treats, substituting healthier treats, and eating treats in moderation. We all love to indulge from time to time, and that’s okay. An effective thing you can do is be smart about when you choose to eat sugary treats rather than worrying… Continue reading >>

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How dental implants save your smile

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When something happens that impairs your smile, a natural reaction is to stop smiling. Whether you’ve had an accident or injury which has caused you to lose a tooth, one of your teeth has been cracked or chipped, or even that you’ve had a tooth extracted, it’s likely you’ll feel self-conscious when smiling and perhaps… Continue reading >>

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Babies’ Oral Hygiene Tips

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Say hello to Harry! Wendy’s grandson has sprouted two little teeth and is pictured here keeping on top of his oral hygiene already. Good boy Harry.     If you have questions about caring for your little ones oral hygiene, take a look at these tips which we sourced from the NHS website. Use a… Continue reading >>

Categories: Dental Health.

How to clean your mouth guard

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For sports like hockey and rugby it’s essential you wear a mouth guard and gum shield. This will protect your teeth from all sorts of collisions, whether with a stick or a shoulder! These mouth guards get a little slobbery and wet, however, so it’s also important to clean them properly too. How do you… Continue reading >>

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ICON White Spot Treatment

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White spots, patches, or a mottled appearance on teeth are a very common occurrence. There are many reasons why this could occur, including; Childhood trauma – If you suffer a bump to your teeth during this crucial development time it can then appear as a white spot. High intake of fluoride – A condition called ‘fluorosis’… Continue reading >>

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