3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Thermoplastic Mouth Guards In 2019

Posted on: 6 February 2019

So you've set a New Year's resolution to be more active and healthy. You've even decided to buy new cleats and return to the rugby pitch. But have you considered how to protect your teeth moving forward? Many contact sports expose players to the risk of blows near the mouth. Luckily, mouth guards absorb this impact and protect your teeth from damage. For many years, mouth guards have been made from a flexible material called ethylene.
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How Mouthguards Reduce the Risk of Concussion in Contact Sports

Posted on: 7 January 2019

In addition to mouthguards minimising the risk of tooth loss, cracked teeth or damaged jawbones, this equipment also reduces the risk of an athlete suffering from a concussion. Concussions are a leading cause of injury in many athletes around the country. They significantly affect your health and can result in long-term complications if not effectively treated. Luckily, wearing a custom-fitted and properly manufactured mouthguard can absorb impact to the lower jaw and base of the skull while you are playing contact sports.
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3 Foods To Avoid After Being Fitted For A Dental Bridge

Posted on: 5 December 2018

The end-of-year holidays are almost here, which means there are plenty of functions to attend and yummy foods to eat. As someone who has just been fitted with dental bridges, you are still finding your way on what you can and can't eat with the bridge in place. Use this helpful cheat sheet to narrow down which foods you should avoid in order to keep your dental bridge looking as good as new.
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Why You Should Look Forward to Your "High-Tech" Dentures

Posted on: 28 September 2018

Are you particularly self-conscious about your appearance? If so, you may be having a particularly hard time trying to figure out what to do about your teeth, as these have certainly seen better days. You may have been slow to visit a dentist during your lifetime and now have evidence of deterioration, with several gaps or crooked teeth, as well as discolouration.  Yet even though you may need dentures, you don't like this alternative either.
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