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  • Who’s most afraid of the dentist?

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     According to a recent report, research suggests that women in their late forties are most afraid of the dentist. On-going research from the University of Sydney suggests that this could be because this age group are more likely to have experienced trauma, abuse or oro-facial …

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  • Help Save Water

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    According to new research conducted by Save Water Save Money and the British Dental Health Foundation for National Smile Month, turning off the tap when cleaning your teeth could save more than 12 litres of water per person, according to new research. The research has …

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  • Energy drinks responsible for irreversible damage to teeth

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    A recent study published in the May/June 2012 issue of General Dentistry, the peer-reviewed clinical journal of the Academy of General Dentistry, found that an alarming increase in the consumption of sports and energy drinks, especially among adolescents, is causing irreversible damage to teeth—specifically, the …

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  • Parents are biggest providers of alcohol to kids, reveals Drinkaware

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    Children as young as 10 say their parents are who they would turn to first for advice about alcohol, and the most common source of alcohol itself, according to new research published by alcohol education charity Drinkaware. Unique research, which polled parents (who were social …

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  • National Smile Month Competition

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    With National Smile Month only a matter of weeks away, Smile Design Family Dental Health Care are holding a “Draw a picture of yourself with a BIG SMILE!” competition for our younger patients. The 1st prize will include a Tee-Shirt, with 10 runner-up goodie-bag prizes. …

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