Blog tag: bad breath

How to get rid of morning breath (that could wake the dead!)

Don’t give your partner a fright this Halloween, here are some top tips on how to get rid of morning breath…
how to get rid of morning breath - Number 18 Dental Notting Hill dentist

Whether you’ve been keeping vampires at bay with a bit too much garlic, or you’ve simply let your dental hygiene slide, we’ve got some tips to say RIP to morning breath. First, it helps to know what causes morning breath. It might make you squirm to hear it, but bad […]

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What do you think about in the dentist’s chair?

We address some of the most common thoughts and worries that go through patients’ minds while they're in the dentist's chair...

Sitting in the dentist’s chair might not be everyone’s favourite experience – but at our comfortable and modern dental practice in Notting Hill, we try to make it so! This week we offer our insight into some of the most common thoughts that patients have while they’re waiting for treatment… […]

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Don’t let bad breath ruin Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and there’s one thing you don’t want to have – bad breath! Here’s our guide to what it is and dealing with it.

Halitosis or bad breath might be a light-hearted topic for some but for others it causes misery. We’re all prone to bad breath at some time or another – in fact, it’s thought one in four of us has it! But chronic bad breath can be a problem, especially if […]

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Pucker up for International Kissing Day

Whether you’re already involved or you’re looking for The One – we’ll show you how to make your mouth irresistible this International Kissing Day!

Pucker up! This year, International Kissing Day falls on Wednesday 6 July. That means there’s still time to show your teeth some TLC ahead of a romantic getaway – or even just a night in with the latest boxset! Flash those pearly whites Want to dazzle your date with a […]

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How to prevent tooth decay

Tooth decay is entirely preventable and the best way to avoid it is to brush teeth with a fluoride toothpaste twice a day, for at least two minutes.

Tooth decay is caused by plaque, which dissolves the outer layers of the teeth. It is also known as dental caries. Plaque is a white, soft substance that sticks to teeth; it is made up of the bacteria from decomposing food and saliva. It rarely causes any symptoms until it […]

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