Posts from April 2019

We all know that we should brush our teeth twice a day and avoid eating sugary foods, but there are some seemingly harmless everyday habits that could be causing significant long-term damage to teeth and gums. Read on to find out how to break them. 
 
The Easter bunny is on his way – good news for thousands of excited children all over the country, but not such good news for their teeth. Given that the average child in the UK receives 8.8 Easter eggs throughout the holiday (each containing more than three times the recommended daily amount of sugar for a 6-year-old!), we’ve put together some tips for a more tooth-friendly Easter. 
 
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