National Stop Snoring Week is approaching later this month. The sound of snoring is irritating and annoying and can lead to sleep deprivation for your partner. But the noise of snoring can also cause a number of health problems, including damage to your oral health. See our previous blog called ‘Is snoring damaging your teeth?’.
As many of you will know, it was our SMILE MORE open day on Thursday. The clinic was filled with eager clients ready to take advantage of the brand-new range of cosmetic savings. It was the very first time we’d offered such a number of large discount offers at Ollie & Darsh.
Next Thursday is our SMILE MORE cosmetic open day. That means it’s your last opportunity to take advantage of our fantastic money-saving offers on ALL of our cosmetic dental treatments.
A smile can go a long way. It can start a friendship, dissolve an argument and spread happiness. Scientific research has shown that smiling, or just seeing a smile, is contagious and can stimulate happy thoughts, even if you’re not feeling particularly joyful at the time.
For many people, a smile is the first thing they notice about another person. Whether that’s because they’re greeted with one that is warm, friendly and makes them feel immediately at ease, or they are faced with one that is forced (or even no smile at all) – leaving them feeling on edge and uncomfortable. A lot can be said for the way we smile and greet other people, especially during an initial impression.
Most people are aware of the negative effects of smoking. It can lead to serious medical conditions and even chronic diseases such as lung cancer. However, there’s another side effect of smoking that doesn’t get as much attention, and that’s the toll it takes on your dental health.