Monthly Archives: May

Are women especially prone to oral health concerns?

There are many areas where women’s oral health factors may differ from those of men, the obvious ones being related to reproduction. Puberty, pregnancy and the oral contraceptive pill Puberty, pregnancy and use of “the pill” all give rise to hormonal fluctuations in women. Gingival (or gum) tissues in the human mouth have receptors for

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What Your Bleeding Gums Are Trying To Tell You

  Gum disease alters the defence mechanisms of the gum tissues and supporting structures surrounding the teeth. This allows bacteria that should only be present in your mouth to enter the blood stream and spread to other parts of the body. These bacteria, such as gingivitis found in cases of periodontal disease, has been linked to

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Autumn has arrived.

Our annual display of beautiful autumn colour has arrived and with it a drop in temperature. Often patients comment that their teeth feel more sensitive in the cooler weather.  There is a broad range of conditions that can cause sensitivity which becomes more noticeable in autumn and winter. There are several steps you can take to relieve sensitivity including

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