How to help your teeth survive university life Copy

How to help your teeth survive university life Copy

New school year is fast approaching and teenagers heading off to university will have to take control of their oral health without their parents’ reminders. It is not a secret that student life and diet is not the healthiest and easiest one on their teeth. Eating late at night, having fizzy drinks filled with sugar and caffeine, dealing with hangovers and snacking while studying can lead to huge dental problems for young people.
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Tongue Cleaning Tips for The Optimal Oral Health and Fresh Breath

Tongue Cleaning Tips for The Optimal Oral Health and Fresh Breath

We have to remember that our tongue accumulates many bacteria and if we skip cleaning it, this will result in an unpleasant breath. Surprisingly, it has been estimated that between 50% and 90% of halitosis – bad breath, can be traced back to residues on the tongue. Indeed, it is the back of the tongue where the vast majority of sulphur-producing bacteria can be found. To prevent it, you should not only be brushing your teeth daily, but also clean your tongue.
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Give Your Teeth a Summer Sparkle with Enlighten Teeth Whitening

Give Your Teeth a Summer Sparkle with Enlighten Teeth Whitening

Enlighten teeth whitening has been our preferred system at Blueberry Dental Surgery for many years. Enlighten offers superior results compared to other tooth whitening treatments. It combines at home and in surgery tooth whitening to create outstanding whitening results. It actually guarantees that you will achieve the lightest natural tooth shade B1.
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Choose Smart and Tooth-Friendly Snacks This Summer

Choose Smart and Tooth-Friendly Snacks This Summer

Sweet tooth anyone? Since sugar is so addictive we tent to eat too much of it and it can lead to problems with our teeth. Certain types of sugar can cause permanent damage to our teeth and that is easily avoidable by making smart choices. Sugar from food turns into acid in our mouth and that causes weakening of the enamel – the outer layer of our tooth. Consuming sugary food too much and too often may lead to a tooth decay.
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