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  • Fruit teas can wear away teeth

    A new study published in the British Dental Journal looked at the diets of 300 people suffering from tooth erosion. Sipping acidic drinks, such as fizzy drinks, is known to affect tooth enamel, but this latest study by King’s College London Dental Institute, has found that drinking fruit teas between meals, especially if they are held in the mouth before swallowing, increases the risk of tooth erosion.

  • Baby teeth removals 'up 24% in a decade'

    These statistics sadden us, but we are here to help you avoid this for your children – and it’s not all about giving your children too many sweets!

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