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Foods to avoid with braces uk
7Dec, 2019

Christmas foods to give a miss with braces

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Christmas time is foodie time. It comes with all the delicious meals that will take their rightful place on the dinner table. But if you are wearing braces, then it is highly recommendable that you consider the types of foods you eat as some could damage your braces and teeth. Rather replace them with foods you can eat to enjoy the celebrations fully. A lot of festive treats should be avoided because they could get caught in your braces and either harm or break them. It is not an easy […]
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Invisalign Cost
21Nov, 2019

Best ways you can make your Invisalign cost pay off

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As time goes by, most people keep dropping conventional braces for Invisalign treatment because it is not easily noticed. Because Invisalign cost is getting more and more competitive each day, we are likely to see the trend accelerate. Although aligner trays might not entirely take the place of traditional braces. But, this treatment process will rapidly become popular if the cost is similar to that of conventional braces. In this article, we will be telling you about the Invisalign price and an excellent way to save money on Invisalign treatment. […]
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4Aug, 2019

Short Guide About Cost Of Different Types of Braces In The UK

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These days you will find various options for having your misaligned or crooked teeth straightened. Technological advances in recent years have transformed the dentistry and orthodontics industry and new trends and types of braces have emerged. So, when researching about your orthodontic options, you will come across different packages and prices. This short guide aims to educate you on the various types of braces available today and it will give you an idea about the different price categories they are in. However, we recommend consulting a professional orthodontist to identify […]
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19Apr, 2019

Know about teeth sensitivity and braces

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Sensitive teeth normally occur when the enamel on the outside of the tooth wears away exposing the dentin layer of the tooth. The dentin layer is very porous with tubes that run to the nerve centre. Although each mouth is different, having sensitive teeth is a common occurrence. This sensitivity can occur when exposing your teeth to something hotter (or colder) than normal, something sweeter (or sourer) than normal, or if you have deep cavities or exposed root surfaces. What causes tooth sensitivity? The discomfort a patient undergoing orthodontic treatment […]
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9Mar, 2019

Snacking And Braces – Top Braces Friendly Snacks

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Wearing braces limits some of the snacks you can eat. So you might want to know about the Braces friendly snack ideas. However, you still have plenty of choices for fun and healthy foods that will not harm your braces. You can even enjoy a few crunchy treats as long as you choose them carefully. Whatever your diet was before braces, it will likely experience some changes during the time of your treatment. Braces are sturdy enough to shift your teeth into the ideal arrangement, but they are also fragile […]
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22Jan, 2019

Early Age Orthodontics Treatment Tips

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Since the 1990’s, the American Association of Orthodontists has recommended orthodontic evaluations for children at 7 years old, when most are losing baby teeth and their permanent teeth are emerging. These early evaluations allow orthodontists to recognize irregularities in your child’s mouth before they become major orthodontic issues. In the past, orthodontics was routinely an early teen event that began once all of the baby teeth were lost and permanent teeth have erupted. Every person is different, and there really is no rule that all the permanent teeth should be […]
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15Jan, 2019

How to keep my gums healthy?

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A healthy mouth is not all about how straight your teeth are or how bright your smile is. Gums have an important role to play in your mouth. They surround and cushion your teeth and help support them in biting and chewing. How to keep my gums healthy? Brushing and flossing your teeth isn’t hard Flossing helps to remove plaque and food particles that are stuck between your teeth and under your gums. Gum disease is caused by bacteria found in plaque and tartar. Plaque is a sticky film that […]
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19Nov, 2018

Oral hygiene with fixed braces and Invisalign

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Braces permanently adhere to your teeth for the duration of treatment, which means once you start treatment you cannot remove the brackets or wires without visiting your orthodontist. Invisalign is different.  Invisalign uses clear, acrylic aligners that can be removed easily at any time. Invisalign’s aligners can be taken off during mealtimes and at night when brushing your teeth. For some adults, this added flexibility can make treatment easier and more successful. One of the drawbacks to getting braces is that they are notoriously difficult to keep clean. Even when you carefully […]
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8Jan, 2018

Angel Dental Team 2018 Resolution Revolution!

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If you are looking for a New Year 2018 resolutions a healthier mouth is our priority. Book to see you dentist for a regular check-up, don’t forget to see your hygienist, she will advise you about your oral hygiene. Brushing your teeth is a part of your daily routine, if you are brushing only once a day increase it to twice, don’t forgot to use the floss or interdental brushes daily. Change you tooth brush every 2 to 3 months, and if possible, start using an electric brush with a […]
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8Sep, 2017

Orthodontic Treatments

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What are ‘invisible braces? They are tough, clear plastic ‘aligners’ (moulds) that are used to straighten teeth. Several sets of specially moulded, slightly different aligners are made for each patient. Each set is worn for two weeks before being replaced with the next one. They are made from clear plastic, so they are nearly invisible. This means that no one need know you are straightening your teeth. The aligners should be worn for 22 to 23 hours a day for the best results. They can be easily removed for eating, […]
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