Probiotics for oral health

Bacterial Balance

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Probiotics are regularly in the news, most notably for their benefits on digestive health. However, probiotics for oral health are a new and emerging field of research. With more than 600 species having been shown to colonise the oral cavity, it’s an area we thought was worth looking at. We asked Nutritional Therapist Natasha Wilcock to take a look at the research and what has been discovered so far…

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Stop Smokin Start Healing Natasha Wilcock

Stop Smoking, Start Healing

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Run by Public Health England, Stoptober is a nationwide, 28 day, stop smoking challenge, which takes place during the month of October. Participants are encouraged to support one another in the challenge to quit and sign up to receive helpful free resources. By quitting for four weeks smokers are five times more likely to stay smoke free.  So, to support this, we asked Nutritional Therapist Natasha Wilcock for some nutritional insight and advice to help smokers give up.

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Practice Plan Workshop Tour

What I learned…by Anthea Hardiman

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If you’ve been using social media lately, chances are you’ve seen some reference to the Practice Plan Workshop Tour 2015, being hosted by Laura Horton and Michael Bentley, entitled ‘How to create your ULTIMATE dental practice, room by room’.

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The Importance of Speaking the Language of the Receiver

The Importance of Speaking the Language of the Receiver

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Have you ever been in a situation where you don’t understand what someone is trying to communicate to you? Like the above video shows, not everybody speaks the same language…

There are times in your dental practice where you need to produce promotional literature to both promote treatments and encourage patients to take it up. This means that when you’re writing the content for marketing material, you should take a moment to stop, reflect and ask yourself, would your existing patients and potential new ones understand what you are trying to communicate?

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