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Oasis Dental Care is a leading provider of NHS and private dental treatmentthroughout the UK. Established in 1996, Oasis has over 300 practices and cares for more than three million patients.

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  • Tooth Extraction

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    Here at Oasis Dental Care, we carry out tooth extractions to help remove teeth which can no longer be maintained in the mouth. Your Oasis Dentist will ensure your tooth extraction is as pain free as possible.

    Why was a tooth extraction needed?

    Sometimes, a tooth is damaged beyond repair or the supporting gum and bone may no longer be at an appropriate level. This is why your Oasis Dentist will recommend having a tooth extracted. Your Oasis dentist will carry out ...

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  • Dentures

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    Here at Oasis Dental Care, we carry out dentures to help cover gaps left from missing teeth. Dentures are custom-made replacements that can be taken out and put back into your mouth. Your Oasis Dentist will ensure your denture is natural looking and comfortable for a healthy smile once again.

    Why was a denture needed?

    A denture is a common procedure where custom-made replacements are created t ...

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  • Bridge

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    Here at Oasis Dental Care, we carry out bridge fittings to help cover gaps left from missing teeth. Bridges are fixed prosthetic devices that will be cemented to your existing teeth or implants. Your Oasis Dentist will ensure your bridge is cemented to your natural teeth or implants surrounding the gap for a healthy smile once again.

    Why was a bridge needed?

    A bridge fitting is a very common p ...

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  • Crown

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    Here at Oasis Dental Care, we carry out crowns to help restore your damaged teeth helping you get your healthy smile back. Crowns are needed when a tooth becomes broken or severely damaged due to decay or fracture. Your Oasis Dentist will ensure the crown holds together parts of the cracked tooth securely for a healthy smile once again.

    Why was a crown needed?

    Your Oasis Dentist will determin ...

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  • Oasis listed on Profit Track 100 Companies

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    Oasis Dental Care has some fantastic news this week. Fast Track have just released the nation’s “Top 100 Profit Track” companies this year and we are very pleased to have been listed as number 18 on the league table!

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  • Super Saturday Results!

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    We have HUGE news today for patients, charities and the Oasis Dental Care team all across the UK. On the 27th February 2016, for Super Saturday, Oasis Dental Care raised a grand total of… £45,000 pounds for charity!

    Forty-five thousand pounds! We are speechless and utterly ecstatic that we managed ...

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  • Fillings

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    Here at Oasis Dental Care, we carry out fillings on a regular basis to help restore damaged teeth from decay helping you get your healthy smile back. Your Oasis dentist will consider a number of factors when choosing which type of material would be best for you when having a filling. This will include the extent of the damage, where the filling is needed e.g. front or back tooth. Of course, the cost of the procedure may influence the type of filling you have.

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  • Root Fillings

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    Here at Oasis Dental Care, we carry out root fillings to help restore your damaged teeth helping them get your healthy smile back. Root fillings are needed when a large cavity in the tooth reaches the nerve chamber damaging the nerve which would then become infected and dies. Your Oasis Dentist will ensure the tooth is thoroughly cleaned and disinfected before filling and sealing the area for a healthy smile once again.

    Why was a root filling needed? ...

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  • Regular Dental Check-ups

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    From our 20 years in the dental industry, we’ve seen over millions of UK patients and helped them get a happier, healthier smile. If there was one bit of advice we’d offer to every patient, it’s to make sure you stay on top of your dental health as prevention is much cheaper in the long-run.

    Preventative dental care is key

    We know you know this already, but regular check-ups are crucia ...

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  • Three Commandments for Oral Health

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    When it comes to dental health, we understand that sometimes it can a bit confusing with so many companies vying to sell you their products. You can think you’re looking after your teeth perfectly until you feel an ache in your mouth.

    We thought we’d try and strip away the advertising and product promotions and instead look to give you some solid, honest advice. We’ve drafted up the Three Commandments for a happy, healthier smile.

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  • Sugar is the Root of the Problem

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    We know that sugar is one of the most common causes of tooth decay and a host of other problems. That’s why we’re determined to help you manage your exposure to sugar as much as possible.

    Here at Oasis, we love giving professional advice to our patients so they can enjoy a happy, healthier mouth. We’re going to tell you how to become sugar smart as well as some top oral hygiene tips.

    What is Tooth Decay?

    Tooth decay happens when acid from with ...

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  • An “eye-opening” experience: Alison sees Bridge2Aid’s work in action.

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    The long journey to reach Tanzania

    Alongside four other industry leaders, our HR Director Alison Spark is visiting Tanzania to see all of the fantastic work our charity partner Bridge2Aid is doing abroad. After taking off from the UK, stopping off in Dubai to switch flights and landing into Dar Es Saleem airport in Tanzania, the team finally arrived at their destination - Mwanza. They tuck in for ...

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  • Our HR Director Alison visits Tanzania with Bridge2Aid

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    Alison visits Tanzania this week

    Oasis Dental Care have been working with our charity partner Bridge2Aid since 2014. Bridge2Aid is a dental health organisation that makes the progression of sustainable, third world dentistry a priority. We chose to work with them due to the ...

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  • Win with Oasis Competition Terms and Conditions

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    1. The promoter is Oasis Healthcare Ltd, which is a registered company no. 03257078 whose registered office is at Oasis Healthcare Support Centre, Vantage Park, Old Gloucester Road, Hambrook, Bristol BS16 1GW.

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  • Kids Check-Ups this Half Term!

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    At Oasis Dental Care, we know that regular check-ups are the key to keeping your children in great dental health. Take advantage of the Half-Term break and book your child in for their appointment now.

    Why are regular check-ups for k ...

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  • Charities we’re supporting for Super Saturday!

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    Raising as much money for charity as we can

    Super Saturday is closer and closer! In less than two weeks on the 27th February, Oasis Dental Care will be donating 20% of our Saturday profits FULLY to charity! By way of ...

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  • Special offers to raise money for Super Saturday!

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    On the 27th February, Oasis Dental Care practices all around the country will donate 20% of their profits from that day FULLY to charity! This one-off event will support the dental aid organisation Bridge2Aid alongside a selection of local charities such as The Make-A-Wish Foundation, The British Heart Foundation ...

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  • Super Saturday is on its way!

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    A very special event is taking place on the Saturday 27th February in Oasis Dental Care practices all around the UK.

    For one day only, Oasis practices will be donating 20% of that day’s profits FULLY to charity! That’s right – the whole 20%. The sum will go to dental health organisation Bridge2Aid to help progress sustainable and professional dentistry in the dev ...

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  • Austin Powers Bites Back!

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    Finally, science has answered the age-old question: Do Americans have better teeth than the English?

    We’ve all heard the myth, the jokes and the smug comments from our American friends about their superior straight smiles – and our crooked ones. We see it in the movies, on TV… everywhere!

    For some bizarre and unknown reason, there’s a belief that Americans have much better teeth than us Brits!

    This ends now!

    British Medical Journey to The Re ...

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  • Oasis hits Daily Mail Headlines for fighting for oral health in the UK

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    At Oasis Dental Care, we are dedicated to taking care of your children’s oral health.

    That’s why we launched our Brush Up on Brushing Campaign in October, to teach the UK more about maintaining great oral health and to emphasise the importance of our kids taking two minutes a day to brush their ...

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  • Mouth Action Cancer Month: Join the Conversation

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    It’s Mouth Cancer Action month this November across the UK. Oasis Dental Care would like to join the conversation by reminding our current, past and future patients that maintaining great oral hygiene and getting regular dental check-ups are two vital ways of staying in excellent oral health.

     

    91% of mouth cancer cases are attributed to  ...

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  • And the winners of our Philips Sonicare Brushes are ....

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    WINNERS! As part of our Brushing Up on Brushing Campaign, we've been asking parents for their top tips on getting their kids to brush their teeth regularly and for two minutes a day. They've been sharing advice and joining in the conversation over on Facebook and Twitter and as a reward, we're giving 20 of the best tips a Philips Sonic Air toothbrush each worth £50! 

    Congratulations everyone, here's our list of winners and thanks for all the great tips- keep up the fantastic work. 

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  • Get the X-Effect: The Winning Smile

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    Imagine our surprise when X-Factor 2015 finalists Alien Uncovered, Reggie ‘N’ Bollie and 4th Impact popped into Oasis Dental Care South Woodford!! The guys came in for an all-important dental exam and a  ...

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  • How to have a Healthier Halloween with Oasis Dental Care

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    It’s that time of year again. Out come the trick or treaters and all the sweeties and sugary stuff you can imagine, and we ask the same question- “How can we resist?”…”What other options do we have?” and so forth. However, Halloween doesn’t have to be a time for neglecting your own personal dental health or an occasion for your kids or family to do the same. In fact, it can be a great time to teach your kids about good oral health, without depriving them of “treats”. ...

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  • Win 1 of 20 Philips Sonic Air Electronic Toothbrushes! #taketwo

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    Oasis Dental Care make sure to put the patient first in every situation. That’s why we’ve just launched our “Brushing Up on Brushing” campaign” following research that we carried out this year on dental habits in the UK. We want to give parents practical and accessible advice on encouraging their children to ...

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  • 1 in 5 children have dental work by the time they're 5!

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    A recent study we conducted at Oasis Dental Care looked into the tooth brushing habits of 2,000 parents of 2-11 year olds across the UK. Shockingly, the study revealed that one in five children have had dental work by the time they're just five!

    Of those, more than a third (37%) have had fillings, a quarter (26%) needed at least one crown, whilst a third (35%) needed gum disease treatment. By the age of nine, the survey found that nearly a third of children (29%) have had one of these t ...

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  • All smiles at Oasis Dental Care

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    The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250

    Oasis Dental Care has jumped a whopping 90 places up in this year’s Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250!

    If you picked up a copy of The Sunday Times this morning you may have seen The Sunday Times Grant Thornton Top Track 250! This prestigious annual ranking of businesses monitors Britain’s leading private companies. This year Oasis have ranked higher than ever before, coming in at number 119 – a h ...

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  • Whitening Winners

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    If you’ve been in one of our practices recently, you may have spotted our Smile Magazine. Our Smiles Magazine is packed full of useful tips and oral health advice as well as fantastic competitions for our patients.

    And the Winners are...

    Sometime ago, we held a competition giving away At Home Whitening Kits to five lucky Oasis Dental Care patients.

    The results are in an ...

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  • Whitening for the Weekend

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    Get a brighter, whiter smile just in time for the weekend with our at Home Whitening Kit for just £129*

    Our kit allows you to achieve the sparkle of professional whitening in the comfort of your own home. This offer requires two Friday appointments with your Dentist followed by home whitening treatment.

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    Here’s how it works: ...

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  • A short history of... Dental Advertising

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    Dental advertising perhaps conjures images of smiling, rosy-cheeked children brushing their teeth, or colourful tubes of toothpaste thrust into billboard limelight. But behind the toothy-grinned façade lies an unusual and somewhat intriguing history of dentistry and the advertising industry.

    Early days

    Google 'vintage dental advertising' and your screen will become awash with advertisements from the turn of the century onwards, featuring posters stat ...

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  • A short history of... Dental Floss

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    It by no means has the lengthy history of the toothbrush or toothpaste, but dental floss nevertheless has an interesting story worth delving into. Who ever knew, for example, that dental floss was once made from silk thread originally manufactured for doctors' stitches? Or that floss could be used to escape from prison?

    Early history

    The first dental floss was reportedly created by New Orleans dentist Levi Spear Parmly in 1819, who advised his patients use a waxe ...

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  • A short history of... Toothpaste

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    For an everyday item which many of us seldom give thought to, the humble tube of toothpaste has a surprisingly extensive history. Over the years, all manner of ingredients have been used in a bid to keep gum disease at bay, including and, more recently, bicarbonate of soda. A far cry from today's fluoride toothpaste, let's take a closer look at the ways in which some of our ancestors made attempts to clean their teeth.

    A short history

    The first toothpaste was rep ...

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  • A short history of... Dentures

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    These days we're fortunate enough to have access to excellent dental care in the UK - and if we lose our teeth, dentures can be created and uniquely molded to fit the individual. 21st-century false teeth are remarkably difficult to tell apart from our natural teeth, but it hasn't always been this way. Can you even begin to imagine what it felt like to have a set of false teeth made from ivory, or porcelain?

    The origins of dentures

    The origins of fals ...

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  • A short history of... the dental brace

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    Each year over 150,000 people in the UK opt to wear dental braces, and with the introduction of the invisible brace – an increasingly popular option among adults – this trend is showing no sign of stopping.

    As the name suggests, these days it's possible to wear braces unnoticed. But how have ...

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  • NHS Choices: Fact or fiction?

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    Shocking research conducted by the consumer group Which? has revealed major issues for patients trying to gain access to NHS dentistry. Their research reveals that up to one third (31%) of surgeries that claim to offer NHS appointments actually do not!

    Undercover Research

    Undercover Which? researchers called 500 random dental surgeries across the UK who were advertising NHS appointments on the Governments official website, ...

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  • A short history of... the toothbrush

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    The modern toothbrush is a far cry from the bone handle and horsehair bristle brushes commonly used less than 200 years ago in Britain.

    Yet it was only 200 years ago that the toothbrush – as it is now known – became a familiar object featuring in the average person's daily routine. In celebration of this wonderful invention, let's take a look back at how something most of us now take for granted came about.

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  • The Best Smile of Eurovision 2015

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    We took a look at the best and brightest smiles of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 to pick our top 10 favourite smiles. Competition was fierce, but we have a winner...

    The prize for Eurovision's best set of teeth goes to…

    2015 is the 60th anniversary year of the Eurovision Song Contest, but besides the eclectic singing styles and somewhat dubious tastes in fashion, has a ...

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  • National Dental Health Report: Generation White

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    The results from a recent dental survey conducted by YouGov on behalf of Oasis Dental Care has shockingly revealed that people between the ages of 25-34 seem to care more about the appearance of their teeth, rather than how healthy they actually are!

    Generation White

    The survey was conducted among 2,133 UK adults and discovered that one fifth of 25-43 year olds had ...

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  • National Dental Health Report 2015

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    We spoke to over 2,000 adults in the UK to see how they feel about dentistry in 2015.

    The Oasis Dental Care National Dental Health Report examines perceptions of dentistry in the UK - not in respect of Oasis Dental Care practices but in relation to all dental care practices across the UK, both NHS and private. This enables us to present a clear picture ...

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  • Transparent Costs

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    “Oasis Dental Care, the largest provider of private dentistry in the UK, champions transparent and easy to understand pricing. We publish all of our prices in highly visible positions in practice and on our website, the vast majority of our prices are an easy to understand fee per treatment, without the confusion of “from” prices,  so that patients are in no doubt of what they will be charged.

    We therefore welcome the Which dental costs campaign. Oasis Dental Care operates over 300 den ...

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  • Hygiene Standards at Oasis Dental Care

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    Oasis Dental Care have always made clinical standards, the hygiene of our surgeries, and the apparatus we use a priority. 

    In light of the news of the Nottinghamshire dentist whose hygiene practices have led to more than 22,000 former patients being recalled for blood tests, we wanted to reassure our patients of the rigorous standards our teams apply at every appointment.

    • As a company we have invested more than £4.5 million to ensure every on ...

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    • A strong outlook for dental care

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      Oasis Healthcare has further strengthened its position as the UK’s largest provider of private dental care services acquiring Apex Dental Care for an undisclosed sum. The deal closely follows the acquisition of Smiles Dental in April 2014, allowed them to enter the attractive dental market in the Republic of Ireland.

      Justin Ash, CEO at Oasis Healthcare Group, said: “These are transformational deals for Oasis and demonstrate our ability to driv ...

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    • Can a dream smile land a dream job?

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      A recent YouGov poll of 2,125 people found over a quarter of respondents (26%) were unhappy with their smiles. And nearly two thirds (64%) of people who were asked said the appearance of their teeth affected their confidence.

      Maybe it’s the rise in ‘selfies’ and the sheer amount of snaps being taken these days, but smiling in photographs was a common area of nervousness for those who were less than happy with their teeth. But what’s more interesting is that over half (55%) of the surve ...

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    • The pitfalls of dental tourism

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      ‘Dental tourism’ is a growing phenomenon. Many thousands of Britons travel to Europe and beyond to seek dental care and usually a holiday while they’re there. Countries like Hungary, Poland, Turkey, India and Thailand offer treatment that appears very affordable…

      But what is the real cost?

      First off, there’s the chance that the dentist you are consulting overseas may not have the training and experience necessary to perform the procedure you’re undergoing. If you go to ...

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    • Are electric toothbrushes better than regular ones?

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      We all know that maintaining good oral hygiene is one of the most effective ways to combat tooth decay. And that means regular brushing. But when it comes to how you brush your teeth, is it better to use a posh electric toothbrush or do it the good old-fashioned way?

      We get asked this all the time and there have been various surveys performed that favour electric toothbrushes and others that favour brushing your teeth manually. There is no definitive answer. What we will say, though, i ...

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    • Caring for your kids’ teeth

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      By the time children are about six months old, their first milk teeth will start to appear. And this is when you should begin looking after their dental health. You can start brushing their teeth for them (you’ll only need a smear of fluoride toothpaste to do so), and you can take them to their first dental appointment too. Just like adults, kids should see the dentist regularly. And, of course, it’s advisable that children limit sugary foods and drinks to avoid tooth decay.

      It’s a whi ...

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