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Tow young children share a milkshake. Concerned about your child’s dental health and sugar consumption? Speak to Nick Allday at Manor Dental Health in Hull

Hull dentist shines a spotlight on snacking and decay

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Tooth brushing won’t stop decay for children who snack all day, reiterates Nick Allday from Manor Dental Health in Hull following the publication of a new study on pre-school children. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh and the University of Glasgow found children who snack all day – compared with just eating meals – are… Continue reading »

Categories: children's dentistry, children's dentistry Hull, dental hygiene, gum disease, snacking, tooth decay.
A bored teenager - Teenagers are at real risk of decay, says Hull dentist Nick Allday from Manor Dental Health

Hull dentist warns that teenagers are at real risk of tooth decay

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Fluoride toothpaste and water fluoridisation has had a significant effect on reducing the levels of decay in the UK, explains principal dentist, Nick Allday at Manor Dental Health in Hull. But research carried out every ten years in the Child Dental Health Survey showed that in 2013 there were obvious levels of decay in 31%… Continue reading »

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A young boy smiles at his Easter egg collection - Look after your teeth this Easter with a little help from Manor Dental Health in Hull

Hull dentist asks ‘who can resist chocolate and sweet treats at Easter?

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The Easter bunny is on his way laden with chocolate, sweets, hot cross buns and other sweet treats and at this time of the year it’s hard to resist. But Nick Allday, the principal dentist at Manor Dental Health in Hull reminds us that sugar is not just bad for our waistlines. Instead of saying… Continue reading »

Categories: children's dentistry, dental health Hull, Hull dentist, Manor Dental Health, Oral Hygiene, Prevention.
Mum and daughter look after their teeth thanks to advice from Manor Dental Health in Hull

Give your child the best start possible, advises Hull dentist

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Children smile up to 400 times a day – and their smiles are powerful! A study called the Smile Back Project by the University of Cambridge revealed that adults smile 13 per cent more frequently when with children than when in the presence of adults or being alone. It also shows how the condition of… Continue reading »

Categories: children's dentistry, dental health Hull, Manor Dental Health, Oral Hygiene, Prevention.