The premise that men are from Mars and women are from Venus may also be true when it comes to oral health – men fare worse in most aspects of dental health, including rates of gum disease and they are more likely to lose teeth. Here are some of the reasons men need to pay more attention to their dental routine. 
If you’ve been thinking about straightening your teeth but aren’t sure if you’ve left it too late, read on to find out more about the options and benefits of orthodontic treatment. At Park Dental Care, whatever your age, we can help you
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. 
 
Losing a tooth isn’t just a cosmetic issue – it can lead to long-term oral health problems. Whether you’re missing a tooth due to trauma, old age, or decay, read on to find out why you should talk to your dentist at Park Dental Care about replacing it as soon as possible. 
We all know that tobacco is bad for your general health – as one of the leading causes of death in the UK it can cause life-threatening conditions, including lung cancer, heart disease, and stroke. But did you know that smoking also damages your teeth and gums? Here are some of the reasons your dentist should be asking you about smoking: 
If you’re racking your brain trying to think of a last-minute Valentine’s gift for the most important person in your life, don’t panic and grab the nearest box of chocolates or bunch of flowers – give your partner a life-altering boost to their confidence this year by whitening their smile. 
 
Eating large quantities of sugar is one of the worst things we can do to our bodies – not only does it contribute to health conditions such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease, it is also one of the main causes of tooth decay. If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to live a healthier lifestyle, follow these simple tips for reducing your sugar intake. 
If the thought of another three months of grey skies and dark, chilly mornings is enough to send you scurrying back under the duvet, consider boosting your mood by improving your smile. Cosmetic dentistry has proven psychological as well as physical benefits – read on to find out more. 
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