Stronger Teeth and Gums
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
3w ago
Stronger Teeth and Gums – Some Nutritional Tips! Your mouth is the gateway to the rest of your body’s digestive system. You might hate to think it, but what you eat impacts on the rest of your body. Whether it’s your dental or general health, watching what you eat is a must. Poor food choices, such as sugary or acidic foods and drinks can cause dental issues such as decay, erosion, or even tooth loss. Strengthening teeth and gums won’t be instant; it will require time and habitual change. You may want to go for a few dietary modifications but remember, the changes may only be notice ..read more
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Christmas Opening Hours 2023
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
2M ago
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all the team at Long Sutton Dentistry Friday 22nd December 8:30 – 4pm Saturday 23rd December CLOSED Sunday 24th December CLOSED Monday 25th December CLOSED Tuesday 26th December CLOSED Wednesday 27th December 8:30 – 5pm Thursday 28th December 8:30 – 5pm Friday 29th December 8:30 – 4pm Saturday 30th December CLOSED Sunday 31st December CLOSED Monday 1st January CLOSED Tuesday 2nd January 8:30 – 6pm Normal working hours will resume on Wednesday 3rd January If you are a registered patient of this pract ..read more
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Christmas Opening Hours 2022
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
1y ago
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from all the team at Long Sutton Dentistry Friday 23rd December 8:30 – 4pm Saturday 24th December CLOSED Sunday 25th December CLOSED Monday 26th December CLOSED Tuesday 27th December CLOSED Wednesday 28th December 8:30 – 5pm Thursday 29th December 8:30 – 5pm Friday 30th December 8:30 – 4pm Saturday 31st January CLOSED Sunday 1st January CLOSED Monday 2nd January CLOSED Normal working hours will resume on Tuesday 3rd January If you are a registered patient of this practice and have an urgent dental problem out of hours, please call the practice on 01406 ..read more
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COVID-19 Update 2022
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
1y ago
The restrictions on Covid-19 have wind down, but our dedication and responsibility to you remains the same. We continue to follow Health and Safety guidelines to protect our patients and team. Face covering are worn by our clinicians in surgeries It’s a patient preference if they choose to wear a face mask Where possible we adhere to social distancing   Thank you, Long Sutton Dentistry ..read more
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Happy New Year! From the Team at Long Sutton Dentistry
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
2y ago
Well!.. Another year has gone by, we are all still experiencing the effects of Covid-19 and as we know the latest Omicron variant has put a spanner in the works! But, as always we will continue to offer the service you expect and we will continue to follow government guidelines to keep you – our patients and our fantastic team safe. Covid screening, masks and the locked door will continue. Always wanting to ensure our team are well celebrated, we take pride in our birthdays! And you can’t have a birthday without cake. We are now up to 15 cakes a year! Dieting is proving hard work, but it woul ..read more
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On the 12th day of Christmas, my dentist gave to me…
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
2y ago
On the 12th day of Christmas, my dentist gave to me… a handy guide to healthy holiday teeth! The festive period can be a tough time for our teeth and gums, but the team at Long Sutton dentistry are on hand to keep you smiling through the New Year. Day 1: Beware of the buffet Grazing throughout the day is a bad habit we often adopt during the Christmas season, but constantly nibbling is much worse for teeth than sticking to set mealtimes. If you find yourself snacking, try to choose tooth-friendly options, such as raw veggies or cheese. Day 2: Don’t brush after bubbly Sparkling wine is b ..read more
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Christmas Opening Hours
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Long Sutton Dental
2y ago
Friday 24th December 8:30 – 11am Saturday 25th December CLOSED Sunday 26th December CLOSED Monday 27th December CLOSED Tuesday 28th December CLOSED Wednesday 29th December 8:30 – 5pm Thursday 30th December 8:30 – 5pm Friday 31st December 8:30 – 4pm Saturday 1st January CLOSED Sunday 2nd January CLOSED Monday 3rd January CLOSED If you are a registered patient of this practice and have an urgent dental problem out of hours, please call the practice on 01406364600 and listen to the answer machine message ..read more
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Mouth Cancer Foundation 10k Walk – Charity Challenge 2021
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Sam Henderson
2y ago
On Saturday 10th November, some of our team took up the 10K challenge in aid of The Mouth Cancer Foundation. To add a little fun to the event we decided to name our team (this is a National Event) the Tooth Fairies – and of course we needed no persuasion to dress the part. Even Kenny and David got into the swing and donned tutus plus fairy wings! We also had three girls join our team – the next generation of tooth fairies! Thanks must go to Sam’s daughter Gracie, Nikki’s daughter Millie and to little Harper – Hattie’s gorgeous toddler. They all completed the route with minimal complaints. Th ..read more
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Doggy Hygiene Advice
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Jude Doig
2y ago
Something a little bit different… In case you didn’t know, August 26th is International Dog Day. Although we are normally known for our human dental care, as a team of animal lovers we thought it would be nice to give some doggy hygiene advice! So here we go… advice taken from the experts at Blue Cross for pets! Brushing your dog’s teeth daily is the best way to keep your dog’s dental hygiene in check Dental chews and the correct diet have some effect in reducing plaque but don’t rely on these alone (and remember that all treats carry calories – just like human ones do too!). As with most th ..read more
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Doggy Hygiene Advice
Long Sutton Dental Health Advice Blog
by Martyna
2y ago
Something a little bit different… In case you didn’t know, August 26th is International Dog Day. Although we are normally known for our human dental care, as a team of animal lovers we thought it would be nice to give some doggy hygiene advice! So here we go… advice taken from the experts at Blue Cross for pets! Brushing your dog’s teeth daily is the best way to keep your dog’s dental hygiene in check Dental chews and the correct diet have some effect in reducing plaque but don’t rely on these alone (and remember that all treats carry calories – just like human ones do too!). As with most th ..read more
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