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Inlays, onlays & partial crowns – the healthier alternative to full crowns

Inlays, onlays & partial crowns – the healthier alternative to full crowns

Inlays, onlays & partial crowns – the healthier alternative to full crowns

The first gold crowns were originally made by the ancient Etruscans over 2000 years ago. However, it wasn’t until the early 20th century that the modern crown, as we know

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The oral bacteria that destroy your brain’s nerve cells

The oral bacteria that destroy your brain’s nerve cells

According to a recently published study conducted by the University of Bergen, Norway, certain oral bacteria play a “decisive” role in the development of Alzheimer’s in an individual. In a

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Can oral bacteria cause Alzheimer’s disease?

Can oral bacteria cause Alzheimer’s disease?

If you have poor oral hygiene then you are probably at a higher risk of a number of oral health issues such as plaque, tartar, tooth decay, cavities and chronic

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WARNING – Smoking damages your oral health!

WARNING – Smoking damages your oral health!

Smoking is bad for your general health but did you know that smoking is a major contributor to oral health problems also? While smoking is well known as a cause

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Straight teeth can improve your oral health

Straight teeth can improve your oral health

People want straighter teeth for a number of reasons, including improving one’s cosmetic appearance and smile-confidence. But did you know that straighter teeth can improve your oral health? The health

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Foods and drinks that stain your teeth

Foods and drinks that stain your teeth

Brushing your teeth twice daily and seeing your dentist for a professional clean are two of the best ways to maintain a bright, healthy smile. However, no matter how clean

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World Oral Health Day 2018 – Your mouth is a mirror to your body

World Oral Health Day 2018 – Your mouth is a mirror to your body

On 20 March 2018, it is World Oral Health Day. So Happy World Oral Health Day from all the staff at Leeming Dental! The mouth and body connection This year’s

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Australian child oral health habits in 2018

Australian child oral health habits in 2018

In January 2018, the Online Research Unit of The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne conducted a national survey of 2,073 parents or caregivers. The randomly selected survey group reflected Australian population

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Foods and drinks to avoid if you have tooth sensitivity

Foods and drinks to avoid if you have tooth sensitivity

Here are the “worst of the worst” foods and drinks for food sensitivity:   Soft drinks (including alcohol and sugar-free, artificially sweetened drinks). The biggest culprit of them all. When

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The importance of good oral health for teens

The importance of good oral health for teens

The teenage years (12-17) are a crucial time for a person’s physical and mental development. Most teens understand that and the benefits of having a health-focused attitude towards their changing

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