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How Important Your Diet is During a Lockdown
How to Keep Your Teeth and Gums Healthy Without Going to the Dentist
Video updates and top tips
How to Look After your Children’s Teeth During Lockdown
How to Deal with a Dental Emergency During COVID-19
Top Tips to Look After Your Teeth During Lockdown
Lockdown Update from the Neem Tree
Blogs and Articles
If you are brushing your teeth and you notice a bit of pink when you spit out toothpaste or you notice some bleeding when you floss, then you need to visit your dentist … Read more.
Are you brushing correctly? You may assume you are, but there are some common mistakes that a lot of people out there are making. Make sure you’re not one of them with these 100 common mistakes when you brush … Read more.
Not brushing or flossing are not the only bad habits for teeth. We have highlighted secret culprits that are the main causes for ruining your teeth. From sipping sugary drinks to chewing on ice chips, here are common habits that are terrible for your teeth … Read more.
Brushing and flossing are both actually equally important for your oral health. Brushing only removes plaque from the front and back surfaces of your teeth. Flossing, on the other hand, allows you to remove plaque from between your teeth and underneath the gums … Read more.
I would start off with a joke about bad breath but they tend to really stink! There are many causes of bad breath. Poor oral hygiene is usually the number one reason for bad breath but there are other factors. Keep your breath fresh all the way through lockdown! … Read more
Almost a quarter of five year olds in England are suffering from tooth decay and yet it is almost entirely preventable! Here are our top tips to healthy teeth for kids … Read more.
Being quarantined inside your home glued to the couch with Netflix and a box of donuts seems like the only viable option to pass time at the moment. Your current favourite show probably isn’t the only thing you’re bingeing right now. Use these 11 tips to stop yourself binge eating all through lockdown! … Read more
We all know that brushing twice a day and flossing regularly is necessary to keep your teeth healthy but there are other things you can do from home to help keep your teeth as clean, white and as healthy as possible. We spoke to our hygienist and these are all the tips and tricks we have to keep your teeth healthy … Read more
If you have ever had a dental emergency then you understand how frightful and painful it can be. Especially in these unprecedented times, where dental health can be overlooked due to the current health issue hysteria surrounding the globe. Learn how to avoid dental emergencies and which ones can’t be ignored … Read more
Just because a food is healthy, that does not mean that it is necessarily good for your teeth. You might even be surprised to find out just how many ‘healthy’ foods are actually quite bad for your dental health … Read more
Although our doors are currently closed, dental emergencies will still happen. In this article, we give some quick tips on what to do in these 11 dental emergencies … Read more.
Don’t run the risk of letting your dental health decline while you can’t see your dentist! Use these top tips to make sure you avoid your teeth rotting over the next weeks and months … Read more.
It’s no fun when you bite into an ice cream and suffer the tell-tale pain of sensitive teeth. The pain may be temporary but it’s still a big problem. The good news is that there are solutions for sensitive teeth. Sensitivity does not go away altogether, but it can be relieved … Read more.
It’s natural for teeth to change colour over the years. Often, they do not keep the white gleam that they have originally. Over time, the enamel which covers teeth becomes thinner and the dentin below the surface begins to show. Learn how to slow the process with these tips … Read more.
Bad teeth are something that everyone wants to avoid. They do not look good and they can cause discomfort and bad breath. Tooth decay can also lead to tooth loss which can make eating more difficult. Learn hoe to avoid it with these tips … Read more.
ad habits and poor diet can led to your teeth staining more than you may be comfortable with. Luckily, there are ways for you to whiten your teeth. Learn how to do it in just 2 weeks! … Read more.