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Illegal Dentures – What Should I Look Out For?

Illegal Dentures – What Should I Look Out For?

At Smiles & More, all our clinicians are GDC (General Dental Council) registered, which means they have been recognised as being safe and legal to provide dental treatment for your new dentures. However, this isn't always the case, with illegal dentistry and...

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A Simple Guide to Denture Cleaning

A Simple Guide to Denture Cleaning

As a denture clinic, we can’t emphasise how important it is to regularly keep your dentures in the best health possible with denture cleaning, both at home and by visiting one our clinics for a deep clean.  That’s why at Smiles & More, we’ve decided to put...

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Why you shouldn’t try to fix broken dentures

Why you shouldn’t try to fix broken dentures

Here at Smiles & More, we want you to have a perfect smile all day, every day – but we understand that from time to time a denture might need some extra TLC… You might think that a chip here or a crack there is something that you can fix by yourself without...

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COVID-19 – Safety in our clinic

COVID-19 – Safety in our clinic

As Smiles & More prepares to re-open, we understand that many of our patients require additional support and guidance on our practice safety measures during the COVID-19 pandemic.  That’s why we have introduced these extra precautions in addition to our usual high...

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Smiles & More celebrates its 30th Anniversary!

Smiles & More celebrates its 30th Anniversary!

Despite the troubles we are currently facing, here at Smiles and More we’ve got every reason to smile as we celebrate our 30th anniversary this May! Our team has done an amazing job over the years in servicing clients all across Warrington, Widnes, Chester,...

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The causes of dental phobia

The causes of dental phobia

Are you scared to go to the dentist? If you are, you're not alone. Fear of dentists is called dentophobia, or sometimes simply dental phobia, and it's very common. Back in 2013, a team from the University of Dundee and University of St Andrews published a study in...

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How to reduce your sugar intake for healthier teeth

How to reduce your sugar intake for healthier teeth

World Oral Health Day 2020 takes place on March 20th and it's an ideal time to think about your own oral health, especially if you have a sweet tooth. Most of us know a high sugar intake is not good news for the health of our teeth, but you might not know why. Put...

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Dry Mouth: Causes, Signs and Solutions

Dry Mouth: Causes, Signs and Solutions

Feeling parched lately? If so, this could be a sign of dry mouth syndrome, or xerostomia, which becomes an outstanding issue as a result of age, medication, illness and lifestyle. Salvia plays a major role in oral health and digestion, neutralising acids and bacteria...

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