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World Oral Health Day


Today is the international day to celebrate the benefits of a healthy mouth and to promote worldwide awareness of the issues around oral health.

For all the debate about hidden ingredients in our everyday foods, sugar has remained curiously unresearched - even though it's present in nearly all our foods and can, if eaten in too large quantities, seriously damage our health.

In today’s on-the-go culture, convenience food and ready-meals are high in demand. Most people like to graze in between meals; unfortunately these are not always the healthiest option.

A few tips on regulating your snack habits from the D&T team:
- 2 snacks a day: one in the morning and one in the afternoon
- Avoid sweets such as chewy sweets as they spend more time sticking to the surface of your teeth.
- Recognise how often you are buying snacks
- Drink more water
- Indulge in calcium-rich foods, such as low-fat milk, yogurt, and cheese.
- Vegetables for vitamins A and C, and for chewing in order to promote healthy gums.
- Reading labels and choosing carefully

Menswear Style Article


Peter Brooker from Menswear Style Online has written a fantastic blog on Dawood & Tanner General Practice. Dental care is the one area that often gets completely overlooked when talking about a holistic self-care. As a society we talk about diet, exercise, mindfulness, beauty but not about ones smile.  Malcolm Gladwell (writer from the New Yorker) recently highlighted that teeth are becoming the new benchmark of inequality.

To read Peter's blog post please follow the link. 



Mummy Bloggers visit our Baker Street, General Practice


We were delighted to welcome This is Mothership bloggers to our General practice with their two little ones.

Dr Saul Konviser examined the two babies and shared his passion on how important it is to look after both your and your baby's dental health in the early months of your baby’s life to help make sure you have healthy mouths in the future.

In most babies, teeth start to emerge through the gums when they are around six months old. Some babies may start earlier, others not until 12 months.

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