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The Priory Dental Practise
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Family dental practice located in the heart of Aldridge, Walsall
Family dental practice located in the heart of Aldridge, Walsall

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Many people dread going to the dentist because they fear the pain that may be involved if they have cavities. This can lead to unnecessary suffering and can create bigger problems than a simple cavity. Full article available here: http://ow.ly/Nqz7j
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33 Before And After Photos That Prove Good Teeth Can Change Your Entire Face: http://ow.ly/NnLlw
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Happy Friday! How are you spending your three-day weekend? Check out these tips to have the best weekend ever: http://ow.ly/N9WK8
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Dr Amit Jutlla, Principle Dentist, took over the practice in 2013 and has since brought his skills, experience and expertise to the practice, including general dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and Invisalign clear braces. Find out more here: http://thepriorydentalpractice.co.uk/
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Check out these fun facts about oral health! Do you know the going rate per tooth given by tooth fairy?
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Have you ever wondered what causes bad breath? The answers may surprise you ..
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Happy Monday! It's national smile month! Here are 18 GIFs to make you smile today :)

http://mashable.com/2014/06/16/gifs-to-make-you-smile/
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It's Friday! What do you have planned for the weekend? Check out What's on Walsall for some great ideas: https://www.thebestof.co.uk/local/walsall/events
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Check out these great facts to turn that frown upside down:

http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/11-facts-about-smiling.html

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A recent study revealed that a 'substantial proportion' of adults have dental erosion, with the most severe cases being among people who drink sugary drinks.

Consume with caution!

http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/293727.php
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