2017

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2017

6 Ways Of Ruining Your Teeth and How To Stop

6 January 2017
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Dentist, Blog

Just because you brush your teeth and floss twice a day in addition to visiting your dentist for regular check-ups, it doesn't guarantee that you will enjoy great oral health for life. Did you know that you could unwittingly be doing things on a daily basis that could jeopardise all your hard work? Here are six things that you can do that inflict damage on your teeth and ways in which you can stop doing them.
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Who is More Important – the Dentist or the Tooth Fairy?

5 January 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

Ever since parents have told their young children about the "tooth fairy," there's been a popular misconception that these particular teeth are somehow throwaway commodities. They may think that because they're expected to fall out not much attention should be paid to them in terms of dental care. Yet this misconception should be rectified quickly, as primary teeth have a much more critical function in the life of your child. What do you need to consider?
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Eat These Foods To Fight Bad Breath

3 January 2017
 Categories: Dentist, Blog

While many people are afraid of waking up with bad breath, others can't put up with it while at work. Regardless of how you look at it, foul breath is not only annoying but also embarrassing. Here are the foods you need to eat to fight bad breath: Yogurt and cheese Dietary acids are some of the reasons you have bad breath. Eating a piece of cheese neutralizes dietary acids that might be stuck on your teeth.
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5 Reasons HIV Should Prompt You to Take Better Care of Your Oral Health

3 January 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Oral health is always important, and everyone should make sure they brush and floss each day and see a dentist regularly. However, this is even more important for people who suffer from HIV. Here are just five reasons why.  1. HIV Often Causes Oral Health Issues The mouth is one of the most likely areas of your body to become infected, even in people without HIV, since it is an open cavity that is frequently introduced to various external substances.
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How to Maintain and Improve Your Health

Hello! Welcome to my blog, my name is Brian. Ever since I was a boy, I have been interested in how the human body works. I would spend hours reading my dad's medical textbooks. My dad was a doctor at the local hospital so there was no shortage of information and equipment lying around our home. I read about all the different types of diseases and conditions which can affect the human body and I decided I would do my best to stay as healthy as possible. Although I didn't train as a doctor myself, I have a keen interest in health and medicine. I decided to start a blog to share my passion with the rest of the world.

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