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"Take care of the pennies and the pounds will look after themselves"

Check out how you can budget for and save money on your dental treatment by reading our Denplan blog! http://bit.ly/21TaZsb
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Did you know that chewing a piece of sugar free gum after a meal can be good for your oral health as well as freshening your breath?
Chewing sugar free gum increases the flow of saliva which can help reduce the risk of tooth decay!
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Aren't these amazing from one of Nick's lovely patients?
They were every bit as delicious as they looked and we'd like to say a huge thank you to Emma for both her kind words and for such a super treat!
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As dental implants are becoming increasingly well known as a permanent replacement for missing teeth, we’re often asked “ what are the benefits”?
Of course, the benefits are many, but, these are what we consider to be the main ones;
1. For most patients, dental implants will last a life time
2. Dental implants remove the noticeable signs of ageing that are associated with premature tooth loss.
3. Dental implants blend naturally with your existing teeth - no-one would ever know that it wasn’t a natural tooth!
4. Dental implants preserve the adjacent gum and bone tissue which are often worn down by traditional bridgework and dentures.
You can find out more about dental implants by visiting our website here http://bit.ly/1OSSPm5 or , why not call us for a chat on 0118 984 3108
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Check out today's blog about budgeting for your dental care with Denplan Essentials http://bit.ly/1T9Ymoj
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If we told you this was a CT scanner of the type more normally found in hospitals, you might wonder why we have one in our dental practice?

Believe it or not, we use it almost every day, find out why and how by following the link to our brilliant article on its use in dentistry http://bit.ly/1CX40rI
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