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Oral Hygiene Tips

15th March 2018

Avoid dental dental decay – come and visit Ethicare Dental! Prevention is definitely better than cure. Make sure your oral hygiene is up to scratch by brushing with an electric toothbrush and cleaning between your teeth daily. We all fall off the wagon when it comes to cleaning between our teeth. It is important to…

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The Oral Healthcare Benefits of Chewing Sugar Free Gum

12th March 2018

The Oral healthcare benefits of chewing sugar-free gum, such as Wrigley’s Extra, are well proven. Independent research has shown that chewing sugar-free gum after eating and drinking increase the production of saliva. This increased saliva flow helps the neutralisation of plaque acids, helps maintain tooth mineralisation and helps reduce oral dryness. So keep on chewing,…

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Ethicare Dental at Notting Hill and Ealing School Careers Convention

1st March 2018

Careers Convention In February every year Notting Hill and Ealing High School parents association organises the NHEHS Careers Convention. It’s an unrivalled source of inside knowledge, advice and contacts and is as far as we can see the biggest and best event of this kind run by any school. With between 60 and 70 careers…

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Is honey bad for your teeth?

21st February 2018

Remember that brown sugar, honey, molasses, and syrups also react with bacteria to produce acids, just as refined table sugar does. So, these foods are also potentially damaging to teeth. Visit your dentist regularly, especially if you have a sweet tooth! Contact us today to book your check-up.

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What happens to your teeth when you eat sweets?

16th February 2018

I saw so many kids after school today spending their pocket money on sweets. Although a sugary sweet certainly tastes great, we all know eating too much sugar can lead to tooth decay, but few are exactly aware of how this happens.   It’s not the sugar itself that does the damage, but rather the chain of…

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Dental Porcelain – A piece of Art!

8th February 2018

Porcelain is a dental material used by a dental technician to create biocompatible lifelike dental restorations, such as crowns, bridges, and veneers for the patient.  Dental crowns are miniature pieces of art! Truly! Here is a giant sculpture by a porcelain artist Rachel Kneebone, named 399 Days. 399 Days, the largest and most ambitious sculpture Kneebone…

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Peppersmith Dental Mints – Help Fight Decay

1st February 2018

Help prevent tooth decay with Peppersmith Dental Mints Thank you Sainsbury’s for having Peppersmith Dental Mints in stock! Tooth Decay happens when bacteria in your mouth consume the sugars we eat. When you eat food containing ordinary sugar (sucrose), it gives bacteria on your teeth energy, allowing them to multiply and start making acids that can…

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How Acidic Is Your Food and Drink?

23rd January 2018

We’ve been testing some common food and drink to see how acidic they are. Acid Test Number One. A lovely glass of refreshing, cold, smooth, citrus Chardonnay. Unfortunately not so good for your teeth. pH 3. I want to cry! Maybe a sugar free chewing gum will help. Acid Test Number Two. This time the…

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Ethicare at Queens Gate Careers Convention

18th December 2017

Klaudia Tombolis attended the Queens Gate Careers Convention on Monday 27th November 2017. Following the success of the two Queen’s Gate Careers Conventions in 2015 and 2016, Queens Gate School held its 3rd Careers Convention on Monday 27th November 2017 from 6.00-7.30pm for girls in the senior school. Klaudia represented the Dentistry career and discussed the different career pathways and routes available…

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Open Evening at Ethicare Dental

1st December 2017

Last week we had the pleasure of hosting a Cheese and Wine open evening, in partnership with The Cheese Geek and Majestic Wines! We had loads of fun and would like to thank everyone for coming.  

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