Wellness Tips | 16 February, 2023

How to Floss Properly

Are you guilty of neglecting to floss your teeth as part of your oral hygiene regime? Many people fall into this trap, which can lead to bigger problems down the line. Read on to learn why flossing is so important and our tips for how to floss properly!

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Wellness Tips | 15 February, 2023

How to Care for Your Dental Implants

Dental implants can last decades or longer with proper care and maintenance, good oral hygiene routine and regular check-ups with your dentist. Find out how you can maintain your dental implants and keep them looking their best for longer!

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Wellness Tips | 16 November, 2022

What Causes Receding Gums?

Receding gums (also called gum recession) occurs when the tissue of your gums moves up the surface of the teeth and exposes the roots, making them more susceptible to cavities and sensitivity. Luckily, there are a number of ways to treat and prevent gum recession to help you keep your smile healthy.

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Wellness Tips | 01 September, 2022

Why Oral Health Is Important For Women

Chances are you’ve blamed your hormones for a skin breakout or an emotional outburst however, have you ever considered that your hormones may also be to blame for changes inside your mouth?

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Wellness Tips | 09 June, 2022

Inspiring a Healthy Mouth for Men

Every year, Men’s Health Week is held from 13th-19th of June to highlight and promote health and wellbeing of men in the community. At Maven Dental, we’re urging all our male patients to get on their front foot when it comes to oral hygiene this year!

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Wellness Tips | 13 April, 2022

How to protect your sweet tooth this Easter

Your sweet tooth is likely to be hit with a higher sugar load than usual over Easter, the good news is, the Maven Dental egg-sperts have five simple tips allowing you to have your chocolate eggs and eat them too!

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Wellness Tips | 06 April, 2022

What you need to know about Oral Cancer

April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month and At Maven Dental, we’re reminding everyone that examinations by your oral health professional remain the best method to detect oral cancer in its early stages.

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