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Help….My Dentures Feel Loose!

When you decide to get dentures its important that you understand the natural changes your mouth will go through when you don't have natural teeth left. The easiest way to explain this is that when you have teeth, the roots will naturally stimulate a healthy bone mass in the jaw. So if you take the…
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What Are Dental Veneers Made Out Of?

Typically the most common materials used to make veneers are either a composite or porcelain. There are a number of different dental labs that fabricate these veneers, and each one, even though the same in function, they do have slightly different features and benefits. Composites Vs Porcelain These are the two base main materials that…
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What Is Dental Microabrasion?

Microabrasion is becoming a more popular technique to improve the overall aesthetics of your smile. It is effectively used on patients who are unhappy with the yellow/brown/white stains, and is a relatively quick and painless procedure. How Does Microabrasion Work? We will use a mixture of a dental tool called a pumice and hydrochloric acid…
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How To Improve My Smile

There is no denying that our teeth play an important role in our lives. Its very easy to take them for granted. Our natural set, will always be the best set that we will ever have, and its important we take good care of them. Not only will this help you to keep them for…
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How To Get Teeth Whitening At Our Clinic In Stourbridge

Teeth whitening is a very popular cosmetic treatment to improve the overall aesthetics of your smile. At our local clinic in Stourbridge it couldn't be easier to whiten your teeth. Step 1 Its important to book yourself in with a dentist so they can examine your teeth and check that they are healthy. Your teeth…
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How To Use Interdental Brushes?

Interdental brushes are a great product at cleaning those tough to reach spaces between our teeth. Using toothbrushes will only be able to effectively clean the front and back surfaces of our teeth, which will leave bacteria untouched in those gaps. Bacteria that is left will attack the gums and teeth and overtime this can…
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