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What to do if you lost your crown

  Clean and check the If the crown is mostly hollow, you can attempt to re-cement it at home if you feel confident to do so. Remove any debris from the crown, you can use something like the tip of a paperclip to scrape the old cement Clean your tooth thoroughly. All debris must be

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How to use Painkiller during Coronavirus pandemic

Anti-inflammatories like ibuprofen can help reduce sensitivity from teeth. Combining paracetamol and ibuprofen has also been shown to be effective. There is currently no strong evidence that drugs like ibuprofen can make COVID-19 worse. If you have no coronavirus symptoms carry on taking ibuprofen as normal. So until we have more information, take paracetamol to

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How to manage Toothache until you can see the dentist

At London City Smiles we are following recent guidance from NHS England and the Department of Health, dental practices have been advised to stop aerosol sprays and prioritise emergency treatment where possible during Coronavirus lockdown.   In the meantime, there are some home measures may help make symptoms manageable until care can be accessed. If

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Best Brushing: The right way to brush your teeth

Brushing our teeth is something we do every day, a vital part of maintaining positive oral health, and yet millions of us are doing it wrong. From overly short routines to brushing too hard, there’s plenty of us out there with bad brushing habits. We’re here to set the record straight and get you back

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How to encourage your children to take care of the teeth!

Your children’s teeth help to shape the future of their dental health. That being said, getting your child to take their teeth as seriously, isn’t the easiest of tasks! However, it can be made easy with a few considerations from the adults! Planning ways to encourage tooth brushing is the best way of making sure

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Smile Food: Five diet swaps for better teeth

Everybody has the cheeky treats they like to indulge in, unfortunately for your teeth though, they’re usually high in sugar. It is no secret that sugar is bad for your dental health, it causes damage to the enamel which can lead to erosion. The best way to avoid this is to give sugar the boot,

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