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World Oral Health Day

20.03.2017

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

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Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide

We are delighted that Dr Andrew Dawood features in Tatler’s Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide 2017. The Tatler Beauty & Cosmetic Surgery Guide features the best cosmetic surgeons and plastic surgeons in

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A lifetime in Implantology

22.03.2017

Dr Andrew Dawood has been invited to speak at the Glasgow Odontological Society on Tuesday 21st March on 'A lifetime in Implantology'.

Looking back; advancing forward – Reflections on 25 years of implant practice

This presentation will draw upon more than 25-years of experience collaborating with a spectrum of referring dentists, laboratories, manufacturers and an ever-evolving array of technologies, in this presentation Dr Dawood will reflect upon past and present challenges, and success and failure in implant practice.

Aims and objectives:

  • To review how the practice of implant dentistry has changed over the years
  • To identify past and present strengths and weaknesses
  • To suggest strategies for improved predictability and the avoidance of failure
  • To describe some of the pressures and complexities of implant practice
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