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How to maintain good oral health

10 dental myths debunked by experts

Posted on July 26, 2016 by Brynna Gabrielson

For most of us, dental hygiene forms an integral part of our daily routine. Not only do we want to avoid infections and cavities, but we also strive to keep our smiles white for cosmetic reasons too. Having a bright smile has become increasingly popular over the years, with celebrities flashing their flawless sets of pearly whites in the media. But there's an air of mystery around keeping our teeth clean and bright, with countless dental myths circulating far and wide. Whether it's quick fixes for stain removal or bizarre old wives' tales about tooth loss, there are a few records out there that need setting straight

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Six superfoods for your smile

Posted on November 10, 2015 by Simplyhealth

When it comes to dental health, there's an air of mystery around which foods do us good, and those that do us harm.

We all know sugar can cause tooth decay , but what about the natural sugars in fruit? And are there any foods that contain ingredients that help prevent tooth decay?

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Not just for rabbits: Celery the superfood for your smile

Posted on November 5, 2015 by Simplyhealth
Celery is one of those underrated vegetables that often goes overlooked when it comes to thinking of tasty dishes to prepare. But with a little TLC, it can be spruced up to make some delicious meals that are great for you. Not only is it good for our overall health, containing essential nutrients such as vitamin C, folic acid and Vitamin A , it's excellent for dental health too. Read more

Spinach is a superfood for your smile

Posted on November 4, 2015
Spinach is one of those wonder foods that just keeps on giving. It's full of essential nutrients and minerals such as iron, which is important for healthy red blood cell production and keeping us energised. Read more

It'll be cheesy grins all round with these superfoods for smiles

Posted on November 3, 2015 by Simplyhealth
Milk and cheese are filled with the stuff, which plays a vital role in the building of enamel. Enamel is what the top layer of the teeth is made from, and what keeps them strong. Read more