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What Causes Teeth To Become Darker?

There are three things that may cause a tooth to become darker: Ageing The normal ageing process can make teeth look darker or yellower than they once were. This is because the yellow-coloured part of the tooth, the dentine, usually increases in thickness as we age, while the overlying translucent enamel (which makes the tooth

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Planning Your Teeth Whitening

If you are whitening your teeth in preparation for a special occasion or event, it’s important to check with your dentist about how long the treatment is likely to take. Usually the process of whitening is quite quick: for many people, great results can be achieved in the chair within 90 minutes, while at home whitening

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What is Cosmetic Dentistry?

When people think of Cosmetic Dentistry the treatments that most often come to mind are teeth whitening and dental veneers. However, there are many more procedures that fall under the Cosmetic Dentistry umbrella. Cosmetic Dentistry is simply the term used to describe procedures which are carried out to improve the appearance of the teeth: the

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Wedding Checklist for Dental Health

Dental Checklist For Your Wedding

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! There’s so much to do, so many things to tick off— we know you’re busy! We also know that you’ll likely spend your wedding day smiling (a lot!). You and your smile will be centre of attention on the day, and your wedding photos will record the memories for many

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Dental Checklist: Schedule A Pre-Wedding Polish

Schedule a polish within a fortnight of your wedding day: if you’ve visited your dentist for regular check ups and have had any required or desired treatment completed, this appointment should be a finishing touch to your dental health. After your polish, avoid anything that can stain teeth (like tobacco, red wine, dark-coloured foods and beverages)

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Dental Checklist for Your Wedding

Dental Checklist: Schedule a Dental Check Up Now

If you don’t have a family dentist, now is a good time to choose one! Most people need to see a dentist every 6-12 months. If it’s been longer than 12 months, make an appointment straight away (even if you’ve never had a cavity). A regular comprehensive checkup and a focus on prevention will reduce the

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