dentist in Bury

Time to kick nicotine habit once and for all

Time to kick nicotine habit once and for all

Time to kick nicotine habit once and for all: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. Would using e-cigarettes affect my oral health? A. E-cigarettes seem like a fantastic alternative to regular cigarettes – zero tobacco, no known harmful chemicals and they don’t produce smoke smell, fire or ash. An e-cigarette is battery-powered and works […]

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Damage of teeth grinding

Damage of teeth grinding

Damage of teeth grinding: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. Why is identifying teeth grinding important? A. Night teeth grinding is one of the most-common sleep disorders. It can affect between 14 per cent and 20 per cent of children and 3 per cent to 8 per cent of adults. It is also a […]

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Good planning will help create that perfect smile

Good planning will help create that perfect smile

Good planning will help create that perfect smile: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. How can I make my smile ready for the next wedding season? A. September is behind us and so the peak of the wedding season for this year. Planning in advance for the next one, however, is a good idea […]

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Checking an infants teeth

Checking an infants teeth

Checking an infant’s teeth: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. When should I start taking my child to the dentist? A. This should happen once the first tooth emerges and no later than the first birthday. A dental visit at a timely age serves as a “well-baby examination” for the teeth. Besides inspecting for […]

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Braces are not for just children

Braces are not for just children

Are braces just for children or can adults have them?: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. Are braces just for children or can adults have them? A. Braces are no longer just an option for children or teenagers but can be useful at any age. Natural growth and overall health can have an effect […]

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The importance of flossing correctly

The importance of flossing correctly

How do I floss correctly?: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. How do I floss correctly? A. You may be an expert in brushing your teeth correctly, but did you know that brushing alone only cleans around 60pc of your mouth? Small pieces of food and plaque can get stuck between the teeth and […]

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Are you getting the most out of brushing?

Are you getting the most out of brushing?

Are you getting the most out of brushing?: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. Are you getting the most out of your brushing? A. Tooth brushing has a long history in dental care and has been shown to reduce the risk of tooth decay and gum disease. When brushing, you are trying to clean […]

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An early diagnosis is the key in HCV infection

An early diagnosis is the key in HCV infection

Does the HCV infection affect my oral health?: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. Does the HCV infection affect my oral health? A. There are an estimated 200,000 people in the UK who suffer from the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) and there has been recent evidence that sufferers are twice as likely to develop […]

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Brushing twice a day keeps the cavities at bay

Brushing twice a day keeps the cavities at bay

How can I help maintain my oral health routine?: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas Q. How can I help maintain my oral health routine? A. It is vitally important to brush your teeth twice a day for two minutes to stop the build-up of bacterial plaque. Almost a quarter of adults in the UK […]

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Oral Piercings | Dental Dilemmas | Bury Times | 14th July 2016

Oral Piercings | Dental Dilemmas | Bury Times | 14th July 2016

Oral Piercings: Dr Paul Sobocinski Answers your Dental Dilemmas In a recent study, oral piercings have found to be a very popular trend with 43% of people going for them.  Out of these, the most popular were tongue and lip piercings, whilst only a small number of people opted for gum piercings.  Whilst piercings are seen […]

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