Role of the Parent Parents have a key role in helping their children to develop a proper oral hygiene routine in the first years of their life. Parents should lead and supervise their children’s tooth brushing approximately for the first 12 years, until motor and mental functions allow the child to routinely perform a proper...Read More
Tooth whitening (Article attributed to the BDC) Full article can be seen https://www.gdc-uk.org/patients/illegal-practice/tooth-whitening If you’re thinking about having your teeth whitened, please read our tooth whitening leaflet and speak to your dentist. A dentist will be able to advise you whether or not you are suitable for tooth whitening treatment. Dentists, dental hygienists, dental therapists...Read More
When it comes to dentists, you expect them to flag up common dental problems such as tooth decay, gum disease or when you need braces or implants. However,many of us don’t realise that visiting the dentist regularly can help to detect other health issues. Here are some conditions that your Swansea dentist can spot: A...Read More
Despite news that the number of 12-year olds in Wales suffering from tooth decay is decreasing the numbers are still too high. A report by the Welsh Oral Health Unit shows that the proportion of children with no signs of decay has increased from 54.9 per cent in 2004/2005 to 64 per cent in 2013/2014....Read More
With children’s tooth decay in Wales a hot media topic this month, this blog post looks at four tooth friendly foods for your children’s packed lunch. When we are doing the household shopping we don’t always have time to look at the labels, so we are quite often guilty of picking things up and making...Read More
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