A common question I get asked is whether you must always go to your dentist if you think you have gum disease. It's not always necessary as I explain here, but one thing you should never do it bury your head in the sand!
We all know that keeping active is good for us but did you know that you're more at risk of gum disease if you don't do some form of exercise in middle life? Here's why.
Tooth loss in children as a result of losing milk teeth is natural, but tooth loss in adults is not a milestone you should be celebrating. Tips for prevention here.
How important is it really to brush your teeth before you go to bed? In this post Dr Hani shares why brushing teeth last thing at night is vital for healthy teeth and gums.
Mild gum disease, otherwise know as gingivitis, can be treated without the need for professional help. Here are 5 steps for the treatment of gum disease.
Can you boost your oral health by eating certain foods? Here we share 5 healthy foods that can also help your teeth and gums stay healthy too.
Studies show a potential link between Alzheimer's and gum disease. Here we offer advice and for those affected by these conditions, and support for carers.
What to do if you forget your toothbrush! From saying 'I need a toothbrush' in 6 different languages, to brushing your teeth without one - holiday tips here!
To treat gum disease you don't always have to get medical help or use an aggressive therapy. Here are 5 natural ways to treat mild gum disease (gingivitis):
If you have diabetes it is extremely important you look after your oral hygiene and pay special attention to the health of your teeth and gums. Here we explain why and offer some tips for doing so.