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By Churchstdental | July 25, 2017

Just got braces?

Just got braces? Here are some foods you should avoid and foods that you can eat easily when you have braces on. The first time you have your brackets and wire put on will be the most painful. During this time is it a good idea to stick to soft foods such as: Smoothies Eggs…

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By Churchstdental | July 20, 2017

Dentist vs Hygienist – What’s the difference?

At Church St Dental, we are a team dedicated to help our patients in maintaining a healthy smile for life. This team is made up of our lovely dental assistants, and our Oral health therapist who works alongside our Dentists to provide you with the best care for your mouth. WHAT IS A DENTAL HYGIENIEST/ORAL…

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By Churchstdental | July 11, 2017

Ash’s Orthodontic Treatment Part 2

After careful study and planning, it was time for my braces to go on! How exciting 🙂 My teeth were thoroughly cleaned and then Dr Charles bonded my braces on. There are plenty of elastic colours to choose from, I chose clear elastics but I might go for some colours next time! It takes a…

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By Churchstdental | June 21, 2017

What should I do if I knock out a tooth?!

Coming into winter where most sports are typically contact sports, the risk of trauma increases and so does the number of “accidents”. Any trauma to the teeth should be assessed by a dentist as soon as possible, however in the meantime in the event of a tooth being knocked out: Find the tooth and rinse…

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By Churchstdental | June 1, 2017

Ash’s Orthodontic Treatment

Church St Dental’s receptionist Ash has recently begun her orthodontic treatment and we will be sharing with you her experience through blogs and Facebook to give you an inside view on the process of braces and what it involves! WHY ASH CHOSE BRACES First we would like to share with you why Ash decided to…

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By Churchstdental | May 25, 2017

Spit! Don’t Rinse!

DID YOU KNOW … DENTISTS RECOMMEND ADULTS TO SPIT TOOTHPASTE OUT AFTER BRUSHING BUT AVOID RINSING WITH WATER AFTER WARD?? By spitting toothpaste out then not rinsing with water it ensures that the fluoride found in the majority of toothpastes will remain on the teeth and continue to be effective.

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