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How to Snack Smarter

If you thrive on snacking regularly, you don’t need to give up this habit, but it’s worth choosing snacks wisely. Some snacks that seem to be good nutritionally are often packed with unhealthy sugars and fats. Follow our tips for smarter snacking. Choose wholegrain snacks that help provide long-lasting energy. Examples include high-fiber cereals, whole-grain […] Read more

Jan, 08, 2020

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What Is a Night Guard and How Could It Help You?

A night guard is very useful for people with sleep apnoea or who have issues with their temporomandibular joint, for example, if they clench and grind their teeth, a problem called bruxism. A custom-made night guard is a device designed to fit over your upper teeth. The design can vary depending on why you are […] Read more

Jan, 08, 2020

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Holidays! The Best Time for a Mouth Manicure

Who doesn’t love having beautifully shiny nails for the festive season, but what about ensuring your teeth look shiny and healthy too? Follow our easy tips for a ‘mouth manicure.’ Enjoy Sweet Treats with Meals Timing matters so if you want something sweet, have it with your main meal as saliva production increases during meals, […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

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Have You Been Naughty or Nice to Your Teeth? How To Keep Your Oral Health This Silly Season

For most of us, it’s a given that our waistlines will suffer this season, but a plethora of sugary foods, late nights and alcohol can damage oral health too. The good news is that you can protect your teeth by following a few simple steps. Avoid ‘Prosecco Smile’ Prosecco is popular worldwide, but dentists have […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

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Summer! The Perfect Time to Brighten Your Smile

Who doesn’t want to smile when the sun is shining? The summer is the perfect time to brighten your smile because at this time of year, there is often added incentive to ensure your smile looks its best Holidays Your holiday is your chance to take a well-earned break, and many people spend months looking […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

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Top Tips for a Healthy Mouth This Summer

There is nothing like some summer sun to get you in the mood for a holiday, but as you relax, make sure you don’t neglect your oral care by following these easy tips. Drink Water Water helps to wash away harmful bacteria, and it freshens your breath, so keep a refillable bottle with you. Don’t […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

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Rejuvenate Your Smile with Facial Injectables

If you have unwanted fine lines and wrinkles or deeper folds or wrinkles, facial injectables are a non-invasive and nonsurgical solution. Options include muscle relaxing injections and dermal fillers, and each works slightly differently. What are Muscle Relaxing Injections? As your facial muscles contract and relax, these continual movements can create fine lines such as […] Read more

Nov, 11, 2019

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What Is the Difference between Preventative, Restorative and Cosmetic Dentistry?

When you visit New Age Dental, we place a tremendous emphasis on preventative dentistry. These are dental procedures that help you to maintain good oral health, for example, your regular dental examinations, hygiene appointments and x-rays. When we can examine your mouth regularly, it’s far easier to detect and treat any small problems, preventing them […] Read more

Nov, 11, 2019

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How Neuromuscular Dentistry Can Help with TMJ

Your temporomandibular joint connects the lower jaw, and when this joint is misaligned, it causes unwanted responses in the nerves and muscles around the joint, creating a problem called TMJ syndrome. Symptoms of this syndrome include teeth grinding and clenching (bruxism), tinnitus, a clicking jaw, tooth sensitivity, migraines or persistent headaches, or feeling pain behind […] Read more

Nov, 11, 2019

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Why Does Dental Health Influence Surgical Treatment?

If you need surgery, it’s often quite normal for your surgeon to request dental clearance as your dental health can greatly affect your general health. When you have good dental health, it reduces the number of bacteria in your blood, improving blood chemistry so your body can more easily heal and fight infection. If you […] Read more

Nov, 11, 2019

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