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What foods are bad for my teeth?

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The saying “you are what you eat” is even more irritating when you realise how true it is. In terms of the health of your teeth, the health of your food choices is extremely apparent. Your dentist can very clearly see what you’ve been eating by the amount of plaque coating your teeth. After we… Continue reading »

Categories: bad breath, dental health Hull, dental hygiene, Hull dentist, Manor Dental Health, Oral Hygiene, Prevention, tooth decay.
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How can you prevent cavities at home?

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Decay happens when we let sugar and plaque build-up on our teeth. It attracts bacteria that breakdown the protective enamel on our teeth, eventually reaching the surfaces below and therefore creating hollows and holes. We believe in preventative dental care and will always advise on the best and most effective ways to maintain your dental… Continue reading »

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Be proud to show off your healthy smile, says Nick Allday

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At the time of writing this, the sun is shining. It’s glorious out there and with the warmer weather comes the shedding of our winter wardrobe. Legs are bared, arms uncovered and feet revealed. As the layers come off, we can often be our harshest critic. But what about our smile? We wear that every… Continue reading »

Categories: adult orthodontics, Braces Hull, dental hygiene, gum disease, Recontouring, Tooth Coloured Fillings, Tooth Whitening, white fillings.
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.
Smiling mature couple. It's important to visit the dentist - even if you have no natural teeth - says Hull dentist, Nick Allday from Manor Dental Health.

Dental checks remain hugely important for OAPs, says Hull dentist

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Denture wearers – and even those with no natural teeth left – are being reminded of the importance of attending the dentist regularly. As we get older it can become more difficult to visit the dentist because of ill health, mobility issues, having to rely on lifts from other people and the worry of the… Continue reading »

Categories: Dental anxiety Hull, dental hygiene, dentures, mouth cancer Hull, older patients.