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Welcome!

Welcome to our first dental newsletter! We are thrilled to connect with you and share exclusive dental health tips, behind the scenes with our dental team and also amazing patient transformations.

In this edition, we bring you valuable insights into maintaining optimal oral health, tips for a radiant smile, and news on the latest advancements in dental care.

Our commitment to your well-being drives us to provide comprehensive and personalised dental services. From preventive care to cosmetic enhancements, our team is dedicated to ensuring your comfort and satisfaction. Stay informed about upcoming events, promotions, and special offers designed exclusively for our valued patients.

As we embark on this journey together, your dental health is our top priority. We look forward to serving you and keeping your smile bright and healthy. Thank you for entrusting us with your dental care – we’re here to make your dental experience exceptional!

 

 

 

 

 

More Affordable Dental Care: Introducing Our New Plans Starting at £15!

 

 

 

In recent years, the strain on dental services has become increasingly apparent, with many individuals facing challenges in accessing affordable and comprehensive dental care. Recognising the need for accessible oral health solutions, we are excited to introduce our new dental plans, starting at just £15. Our commitment is to make quality dental care affordable for everyone, addressing the current strain on dentists and ensuring that individuals can maintain optimal oral health without breaking the bank.

 

Key Features of Our Dental Plans:

  •  Our plans are designed to offer quality dental care without burdening your budget. With options starting at £15, we provide affordable solutions for routine check-ups, cleanings, and preventive treatments.

 

  • Our dental plans cover a wide range of services, ensuring that all aspects of your oral health are taken care of. This includes hygiene appointments, dental check-ups, x-rays, and more. From routine preventive care to restorative treatments, our plans offer comprehensive coverage to meet your unique dental needs.

 

  • We understand that everyone’s dental needs are unique. Our plans come with flexibility, allowing you to choose the coverage that best suits your individual requirements. Whether you need basic care or more extensive coverage for specific dental treatments, our plans provide options for everyone.

 

  • By offering our plans, we aim to alleviate the strain on dentists by encouraging routine check-ups and preventive care. This proactive approach helps manage the demand for dental services, ensuring that individuals can access the care they need without facing long waiting times.

 

Take the first step towards a brighter, healthier smile with our dental plans – because a healthy smile should be within everyone’s reach. If you are interested, contact us on 01206 572093 or fill out the contact form here and we will contact you to give you more information,

 

 

 

The Impact of Diet on Oral Health

 

Maintaining good oral health is crucial for overall well-being, and one significant factor that plays a pivotal role in this regard is our diet. The food and beverages we consume have a direct impact on the health of our teeth and gums. In this article, we will explore how diet affects our teeth and discuss key dietary considerations for promoting optimal oral health.

Sugar and tooth decay

One of the primary culprits in dental problems is the excessive consumption of sugar. Sugars, especially refined sugars and those present in sugary beverages and snacks, contribute to the development of cavities. Bacteria in the mouth feed on sugar, producing acids that erode tooth enamel and lead to decay. Cutting down on sugary foods and drinks is a crucial step in preventing tooth decay.

Acidic Foods and Erosion:

Certain acidic foods and beverages, such as citrus fruits, tomatoes, and sodas, can erode tooth enamel over time. Acidic erosion weakens the protective outer layer of teeth, making them more susceptible to decay and sensitivity. While these foods can be part of a healthy diet, it’s important to consume them in moderation and maintain good oral hygiene practices.

Water: Nature’s Tooth Cleanser:

Water is not only essential for overall health but also plays a significant role in maintaining oral hygiene. Drinking water helps rinse away food particles, bacteria, and acids that can lead to plaque formation and cavities. Staying hydrated also supports saliva production, which acts as a natural defense against tooth decay, and promotes saliva production which is essential in neutralising the mouth.

Hydration and Saliva Production:

Dehydration can lead to reduced saliva production, contributing to a dry mouth which causes bad breath. Saliva plays a crucial role in neutralising acids, remineralising enamel, and washing away food particles. Ensuring an adequate intake of water helps maintain optimal saliva production and supports overall oral health.

 

In summary, our dietary choices significantly impact the health of our teeth and gums. By minimising the consumption of sugary and acidic foods, staying hydrated, eating snacks at meal times and ensuring a well-balanced diet, we can contribute to strong teeth and overall oral well-being. It’s essential to combine a healthy diet with regular dental hygiene practices, such as brushing, flossing, and routine dental check-ups, to maintain a radiant and healthy smile throughout life.

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Dental transformations

 

 

Hear how our principal dentist Dr Jack Acorn transformed this patients teeth with composite bonding, leaving the patient more confident with a brighter smile! Click HERE to see the video!

 

 

 

 

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