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Summer! The Perfect Time to Brighten Your Smile

Summer is the perfect time to brighten your smile and especially as many of us will attend celebrations including weddings, christenings or you have planned a special holiday. Whatever you intend to do this summer, you want to ensure you can smile confidently. Weddings Whether you are planning a wedding or are a guest, a […] Read more

Jan, 03, 2020

How to Snack Smarter These School Holidays

During the school holidays, most of us will snack more frequently, often choosing foods that are less healthy than normal. However, even making a few small adjustments to the type of snacks and serving sizes can make a tremendous difference to your overall health. Snack More Slowly A snack should be an enjoyable treat, so […] Read more

Jan, 03, 2020

Four Secrets to Help You Have a Healthier Smile

Have you ever admired someone’s beautifully white healthy smile? Perhaps you’d like to improve your oral health but aren’t sure where to start? We’ve listed a few easy points to help you achieve the smile of your dreams. A Whiter Smile Isn’t Always Healthier Bright white teeth can look healthy, but you can easily over-bleach […] Read more

Jan, 03, 2020

The Risks of Using Online Dentistry

Many of us love the convenience of online shopping, and it certainly has its place. However, we are very concerned about the increase in DIY dental treatments. These treatments may appear to save you time and money but carry potential health and financial risks that you may not have considered. Clear Aligners Clear aligners are […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

New Year’s Resolutions for a Healthier Smile

The dawn of a new decade is a great time to take stock, but most New Year resolutions quickly fall by the wayside. This year, how about making some easy-to-keep resolutions to improve oral health? Treat yourself to a new toothbrush so you can clean your teeth more thoroughly. You need to replace your toothbrush […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

Sink Your Teeth into the New Year – How to Kick Start Your Oral Health This Year

Maintaining good oral health is critical for overall wellness, and the New Year is a great time to think about ways of improving dental health. Lots of people have dental health resolutions that range from completing delay dental treatment to improving tooth brushing habits. Understanding the benefits of your resolutions can be more motivating. Making […] Read more

Dec, 10, 2019

Crack a Smile; it is Good for You!

How frequently do you smile? Sometimes just breaking into a smile can instantly make you feel better, and there is a very good reason why you get this feeling. What Happens When You Smile? When you smile, it creates a chemical reaction in your brain, where feelgood neurotransmitters including endorphins, serotonin and dopamine are released. […] Read more

Nov, 06, 2019

Is an Untreated Dental Infection Dangerous?

Oral health problems like dental infections can be painful and unpleasant, but did you realise they can also become dangerous? A dental infection like an abscess will not disappear on its own and symptoms include tooth sensitivity, an unpleasant taste, having difficulty opening your mouth, facial swelling and fever. What Is a Dental Abscess? An […] Read more

Nov, 06, 2019

Long-Term Health Benefits of Exercising Regularly

Do you exercise regularly? Increasing your level of physical activity can help you to live longer, may prevent chronic disease and can help improve your quality-of-life. Here are some reasons why you should take regular exercise. Exercising reduces the amount of fat stored in your body. It makes it easier to control your weight and […] Read more

Nov, 06, 2019

How Does a Healthy Smile Equal a Healthy Heart?

Has it been a while since you last visited Coastal Smiles for your checkup and hygiene appointment? We know it’s easy to delay professional dental care and especially if your teeth seem healthy. However, regularly avoiding dental checkups could put you at risk of developing gum disease, a bacterial infection that attacks your gums, making […] Read more

Oct, 03, 2019

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