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Implant Dentistry

Do I Need a Dental Crown? The Telltale Signs

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General Dentistry

Cost-Effective Ways to Improve Your Smile

Find out how to get cost-effective treatment to help improve your smile to keep it looking great between visits to the dentist.

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Everything You Need to Know About Dental Inlays

Find out more about what is involved in getting dental inlays and see for yourself how they can improve your smile and function.

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General Dentistry

Tips for Visiting the Dentist For Nervous Patients

Scared of the dentist but need to visit for treatment? Fear of the dentist is one of the most common anxieties found in adults in the UK. This fear is often referred to as dentophobia or orthodontaphobia and can stem from emotions regarding your oral health in general, or from a previous negative experience earlier in life.

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New Tooth Care Habits to Pick-Up

Good oral hygiene is essential to keeping your teeth and gums healthy, and achieving especially healthy teeth takes a lifelong regime of dental care. One very important role in keeping your dental health is within your daily habits and lifestyle. But what habits are the best to follow? At Bite Dentistry we have compiled a handy list of the best habits to maintain healthy teeth and gums.

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How to Keep Your Teeth White This Christmas

During the festive season, it is easy to let your oral hygiene slip and cause damage to your teeth. Dreaming of a pearly white Christmas? Here are our top tips on looking after your teeth this Christmas season, and how teeth whitening could be your ultimate gift this year.

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Bad Habits That Cause Dental Problems

We all know the basics when it comes to keeping our teeth and gums healthy; brushing twice a day, using mouthwash and visiting the dentist. However, there are bad habits we could be partaking in every day that could be harming our own dental health, which would not be considered a risk to our oral health.

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Mouth Cancer Action Month

Regular oral check-ups are important for maintaining your oral hygiene but when it comes to mouth cancer these initial check-ups are vital. The cases of mouth cancer within the UK have risen by 49% in the past 10 years, so it’s now more important than ever to get your teeth checked at Bite Dentistry.

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5 Reasons to Visit Your Oral Hygienist This Month

Regular oral hygiene check-ups are the key to maintaining a healthy and happy smile. Of course, for many of us, we’ve been unable to keep up our routine appointments over the last year due to COVID restrictions in the UK.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

HighWhy Professional Teeth Whitening is Better than DIY Kits

Whitening your teeth at the dentist with specialist treatment is the one true way to get results quickly and reliably. But what exactly makes it superior to simple DIY kits?

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Implant Dentistry

Which Dental Implant Treatment Is Right for You?

Dental implants are one of modern dental care’s greatest achievements. Mapping your replacement tooth (or teeth) to your jaw and ensuring they suit your smile is easier than ever thanks to cutting-edge developments in digital dentistry.

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5 General Dentistry Treatments to Improve Your Oral Health

According to a study commissioned by Straight Teeth Direct, 50% of Brits feel insecure about their teeth. Knowing this, it is understandable that more and more people are investing in trying to achieve the perfect smile. What most people don’t know is that good oral health is more than mouthwash, regular brushing and flossing. Read on to see how you can improve your oral health…

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