Are Children’s School Eating Habits Affecting Their Oral Health?

Here at the Perfect Smile Studios we help to promote oral hygiene in Hertfordshire, as well as North London’s Harley Street. For those are less confident with their smile, we help to change this and can give you a smile makeover treatment. Find out more. After recent findings showed that a Mediterranean diet could help … Read more

Study: Mediterranean Diet Could Reduce Risk Of Oral Cancer

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Consuming a diet based on Mediterranean foods could halve people’s chances of developing mouth cancer, according to new research published in the British Journal of Cancer. We offer a free cancer screening with the latest technology, available to those in Hertfordshire, Berkshire, Cambridgeshire and other local areas. Find out more. Researchers analysed data from a … Read more

Tips For Preventing Enamel Erosion

If people manage to maintain the strength of their tooth enamel, they will be able to prevent many dental problems. Despite the fact that dental enamel is the strongest substance in the human organism, and even though it can withstand great amounts of external pressure, enamel is exposed to many erosive influences. In order to … Read more

Five Things To Prevent Embarrassing Teeth And Breath

You have an impeccable daily cleaning routine, but still you notice people shying away from you mid-conversation. Since your morning brush, rinse and floss, you may have unknowingly consumed the perfect concoction of food and drink that can lead to bad breath. Avoid Bad Breath With Our Five Top Tips Yahoo Health spoke to Dr … Read more

Number Of Welsh Children With Fillings Doubles In Four Years

Latest statistics released by the Welsh government have raised concerns over the state of children’s dental health, as figures show that more children need professional treatment, such as fillings. Figures show that in 2012/2013, the number of babies and children younger than five years old who had fillings or sealant restoration was twice as high … Read more

74% Of Brits Ignore The Impact Of A Poor Diet On Oral Health

Britons unconcerned about the effect their diet Britons are worryingly unconcerned about the effect their diet could have on their oral health, with men significantly less interested in the impact their choice of food and drinks has on their dental health than women. According to new research, even though the majority of respondents recognised the … Read more

Strong Coffee Found To Kill Plaque-Forming Bacteria

Coffee is beneficial to Oral Health Coffee served very strong and black could in fact be beneficial to the overall health of teeth and gums, according to new research. Brazilian researchers have established that strong, black coffee possesses the impressive ability to kill plaque-forming bacteria, the team from the Federal University in Rio de Janeiro … Read more

Red Wine Could Help Fight Cavities

Fight Cavities while enjoying your favourite drinks! Red wine is commonly cited as one of the most frequent causes of teeth discolouration, but according to a new study published in the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, moderate consumption of the beverage could actually reduce the risk of dental cavities. The research, carried out by … Read more