Tag: tooth decay

The impacts on your Oral Health while you Work from Home

The WFH (Working from Home) lifestyle has very much taken a hold on many of us here in Ireland for the past 11 months and having such easy access to a fridge and a cupboard full of treats not only affects your waistline, but ‘constant snacking’ can also increase your risk of tooth decay.

Do you have a sweet tooth?

We all like to indulge once in a while, but sugar can do more damage to our Oral Health.
Do you have a sweet tooth? 5 facts you should know….

Healthy Teeth…. Healthy Children

It is important for your child to get a good start in life. In order to learn new things, your child needs to feel healthy and strong. Preventing tooth decay will help your child’s progress and promote good overall health.

PREVENTING TOOTH DECAY WITH DENTAL SEALANTS

Dental Sealants

A sealant is a plastic film-like material that is applied to the chewing surfaces of the back teeth. The plastic material bonds to the pits and fissures of the teeth and acts as a barrier to protect the teeth from decay…

Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids

Healthy Habits for Healthy Kids

What Causes Tooth Decay and Cavities? Early Childhood Caries (Dental Decay)? What is Tooth Erosion and What Causes it?

How to brush your teeth correctly

Brushing

A short video on how to brush your teeth. The purpose of this brushing technique is to remove or disturb plaque at the gum margin preventing it from releasing harmful toxins into the gums causing the gums to become red, swollen, and to bleed.

I suffer from a recurring mouth ulcer on the tip of my tongue which generally lasts approximately two weeks. Is this normal?

Ulcer

A recurring mouth ulcer should always be followed up and investigated further, initially by your own dentist and sometimes by your own doctor and if necessary by an expert in oral medicine. A reassuring aspect of your ulcer is that it appears to heal;… Continue Reading “I suffer from a recurring mouth ulcer on the tip of my tongue which generally lasts approximately two weeks. Is this normal?”