Category Archives: Oral Hygiene

Ensuring good oral hygiene is imperative to keeping a happy & healthy smile – Read the latest news and tips from Bay Dental for help with this.

5 Oral Hygiene Mistakes You Didn’t Know You Were Making

Good oral hygiene is paramount to maintaining your teeth well into your old age. But it’s not just our teeth and gums that benefit from good dental hygiene practices. Research shows that an unhealthy mouth is not only linked to … Continue reading

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Good Oral Health Tips for the Busy Adult

Maintaining good oral health is something that is instilled in us from a very early age. Brushing teeth twice a day, flossing regularly and avoiding sugary drinks – these are the same oral health tips that most adults will have … Continue reading

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3 Foods to Avoid in the First 48 Hours after Teeth Whitening

The effects of having your teeth whitened can be amazing; an improved smile and increased confidence being just two of these. However, teeth whitening will only last as long as you continue to take care of your teeth.

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7 Healthy Practices For Taking Care Of Your Teeth

We’ve all been brushing all our lives, but not everyone is doing it right. To improve your dental care and prolong the life of your teeth and gums, follow these simple steps.

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4 Foods & Drinks You Didn’t Know Stain Your Teeth

We all know which main culprits are responsible for staining teeth. Red wine, coffee and tea are prime examples. But there are several things you consume that might be causing stains without you even realising. Some foods and drinks might … Continue reading

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Improve Your Confidence With Dental Veneers

While dental hygiene is incredibly important, sometimes the mental effects of being dissatisfied with the appearance of your smile can be far more damaging to your self-esteem and confidence than you realise or would like to admit. It’s completely normal … Continue reading

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Get the Sparkling Smile of Your Dreams with Bay Dental’s Exclusive Teeth Whitening Deal

We know that at the beginning of the year money can be tight, which is why we are committed to finding ways to make our cosmetic dentistry procedures more affordable than ever. At Bay Dental dentists Lancaster, we strive to … Continue reading

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Dental Hygiene – What You Can Do Yourself

Having a scale and polish is an instant way of removing calculus, tartar and any stubborn surface stains on your teeth. Everyone is different in how often they require this and, as long as you’re visiting your dentist every six … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Keep Your Teeth Clean

At Bay Dental, we believe that good oral health is imperative in ensuring your teeth remain healthy and strong. A set of pearly whites not only enhances your self-confidence and esteem, but getting through life with all your natural teeth … Continue reading

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Can Stress Really Affect Your Teeth?

Our day to day lives can be stressful. Everything from the bus journey to work to the monthly food shop – which can all have an impact on certain aspects of your life. While stress affects people in different ways, … Continue reading

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