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Gum disease and Heart risk, the evidence is growing.

The link between tooth loss and gingivitis is now seen as a marker to a Heart health. A report published in The European Journal of Preventive Cardiology examined 15,000 patients with chronic Coronary Heart disease and found that indicators of Periodontal disease such as lost teeth and bleeding gums was...

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 15 April 2014

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Diabetes,motivation and improving dental health

I am not sure what health coaching is, the only coaches I really pay attention to are rugby coaches. But I read this article in Medical News Today and thought it interesting.

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 26 February 2014

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Chewing your cheeks? You may need to check out your jaw.

It is common for people to bite their cheeks when they are asleep or even when they are awake, stressed and unaware that they are grinding their teeth and the cheeks are being bitten leaving indentations.

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 24 February 2014

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Dental Implants for a better smile

Researchers in the USA have discovered that diamonds, but much smaller than the ones used in jewelry, could be used to aid bone growth, osseointegration, and long term strength of dental implants. This is an extremely important part of dental implant treatments, that the implants themselves become as much part...

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 17 February 2014

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Teeth In a Day could be for you Surrey

Many people struggle with loose dentures or have lost teeth but wish to have the natural, comfortable and healthy smile they enjoyed in younger life. The simple fact is your mouth changes shape when you wear dentures and after a period of time do not fit as well as they...

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 31 January 2014

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Keep your teeth to keep happy

There is a large amount of evidence supporting that keeping your teeth and gums healthy plays a part in keeping the rest of your body healthy. If a tooth dies or gums become diseased the loss of the tooth is as much an emotional loss as physical one.

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 16 January 2014

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Chewing gum may not be fun

Teenagers may be giving themselves headaches by chewing gum. Researchers in the University of Tel Aviv found that countless of teenagers and young children had migraine type and tension headaches. Typical causes of headaches can be stress, tiredness, a lack of sleep and video games.

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 13 January 2014

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A sweet tooth may be good for your oral health

There are helpful and harmful bacteria in our mouths and its a fine line keeping the balance between the two. Providing excellent Dental health treatments in Surrey involves both treatment and education to ensure my patients look after their teeth and gums between appointments.

Posted by Dr Tom Keppel on 9 December 2013

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