Day: December 3, 2022

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Orthodontics – gaining more than a straighter smile

When we think about orthodontic treatment we often only associate it with teeth straightening and the aesthetic benefits of a more aligned smile, but there are actually many other areas in which orthodontics can help us out. Having a straighter smile can make serious changes to the function of our teeth along with other practical

Who is suited to clear braces?

Invisible braces are often considered the modern solution to straightening teeth; they offer great results whilst boasting lots of advantages during and after treatment. Clear braces in Clapham are suitable for many patients, but who do they benefit the most? This article explains what is involved and the types of patients who are the best


5 reasons to visit your dental hygienist

If you have been to your dental practice and you’ve been told that you need an appointment with the dental hygienist, you may be feeling a little perturbed. Why do you need to see a hygienist, when you’ve been to see the dentist? Why doesn’t the dentist treat you during the appointment you’ve attended, instead

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Why Do Straight Teeth Matter?

What’s the point of straight teeth? Do they really matter and why should you be considering this treatment? How straight or crooked somebody’s teeth are traditionally falls into one or two broad categories; clinically relevant or cosmetic. About one third of young people will be deemed to have clinically relevant misalignment, that impacts on the

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Optimizing Your Health in Your 30s

Life in your 30s can be busy, and it’s easy to get bogged down with all that life has to offer. With more responsibility and obligations, making time for yourself and prioritizing your health is important. Here are some healthy choices you should be making to ensure a better lifestyle. Eat Breakfast Regularly It is

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Women and Eye Health: Common Diseases and Prevention Tips

Taking care of your eyes is essential at any age. Still, your risk for specific eye diseases increases as you get older. Women are especially susceptible to certain eye diseases, such as dry eye syndrome, age-related macular degeneration, and cataracts. In this blog post, we’ll look at some of the most common eye diseases that

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