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New Year, New You

The secret of change is to focus all your energy, not on fighting the old, but on building the new” – Socrates

Have you been putting off starting your journey towards the perfect smile? Are you looking for a brighter, straighter, more complete smile? Here at Bucklersbury Dental Studio we can offer a wide range of treatment to not only improve your smile but give you a more youthful appearance.

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Get your smile festive ready

I know not something that many of us like to think about, but it is now only 7 weeks until Christmas. With the shops starting to fill up with everything you need for the festive season, here at Bucklersbury Dental Studio we have all you need to help ensure that your smile is ready for whatever the festive season may bring.

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Mouth Cancer Action Month

The team at Bucklersbury Dental Studio are pleased to be supporting this year’s Mouth Cancer Action Month. Whenever you visit the dentist for a routine examination, they will also perform an examination for mouth cancer.

Mouth cancer is one of the few cancers in the UK which has seen cases rise, over the past decade there has been an increase of nearly 50% in the number of people being diagnosed with mouth cancer. However, with early diagnosis, nine in ten people can survive mouth cancer.

Oral health checks and visual examinations are the best way to identify any suspicious lesions. Another great reason to ensure you book in for your routine dental appointment.
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Smoking & Oral health

Stoptober is back! Stop smoking for 28 days and you are 5 times more likely to quit for good.

While many of the effects of smoking are well documented, the effects of smoking on teeth and gums are often forgotten about. Did you know that smoking is a major contributor to many dental problems?
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For every toothbrush, there is a season

From a very young age we are all advised on the importance of good oral hygiene and how using a toothbrush regularly helps to remove plaque and bacteria which if left can lead to gum disease and tooth decay. However, over the past few years the number of toothbrushes available has increased dramatically and it is very easy to become overwhelmed by the vast array now available in the supermarkets and pharmacies. So which toothbrush is best?
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