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    Bagenalstown Dental Becomes Pembroke Dental Bagenalstown!

    A warm welcome to all patients of Bagenalstown Dental to Pembroke Dental.

    We are thrilled to announce that we are the new owners of Bagenalstown Dental who have been providing quality dental care to the people of Bagenalstown and the surrounding areas of for more than 20 Years.

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    Update to our Medical Card Patient Policy

    Pembroke Dental practices have been participants in the medical card dental scheme since the scheme came into existence in 1996. Unfortunately, in 2020 following the pandemic first lockdown, our dentists have made the difficult decision to resign from the medical card scheme.

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    What’s new in the world of Facial Aesthetics?

    Profhilo, It’s not a dermal filler, it’s not Botox. Read on and we reveal all about the entirely new category of injectable hyaluronic acid treatment taking the aesthetic industry by storm, available now in Pembroke Dermal.

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    Smile again with Dental implants

    Tooth loss can happen at any stage in life and can affect your general well-being and confidence in your appearance and dental function. A dental implant can restore your oral health and your natural appearance long-term. Here at Pembroke Dental, we are leaders in the field of dental implants and can offer these innovative and reliable tooth replacement treatments.

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    Brushing Children’s Teeth-Some Simple Tips for Good Lifelong Dental Habits

    Let’s do a deep dive into the art of toothbrushing and teaching our kids good oral hygiene habits that will last a lifetime. It takes a bit of repetition, effort and supervision with a whole heap of patience thrown in but come ‘on, our children are worth it!

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    Do Wisdom Teeth make any sense?

    Why do we have wisdom teeth when they seem to only cause problems? Read on to find out more about the humble third molar wisdom tooth as it is commonly known in dental circles—the last tooth many of us get as adults.

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    How to Care for Children’s Teeth -Let’s make it simple.

    We want our children’s teeth to be perfect and to avoid any preventable problems due to dental decay.

    It is a sobering thought that the most prevalent but preventable disease worldwide is dental caries /decay but by introducing good dental care and dietary habits that prevent decay and gum disease to our children’s daily routines ,we can prevent our children from a lifetime of problems with their teeth.

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    Need another reason not to vape? Read on-Your oral health is at risk also.

    Where vaping is concerned, I’m convinced that this habit is good old-fashioned cigarette smoking by stealth packaged in a electronic vaporiser. There is no zealot quite like a former smoker and I am one of those, haven taken up cigarette smoking at the age of twelve due to boredom and peer pressure. It took me […]

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    Pregnancy & Your Dental Health: What You Need To Know

    If you’ve recently become pregnant, your head is no doubt buzzing with a thousand thoughts and questions. A trip to the dentist may be the last thing on your mind, but your dental health can have more of an impact on your pregnancy than you might think, so let us fill you in with our guide to dental care during pregnancy.

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    All About Dental Braces-Who, What, Why, How and Where?

    Who should wear braces? Braces may be worn by both children and adults, not only to improve the attractiveness of their smile, but also because braces correct improper alignment of teeth that can lead to gum disease and early tooth loss. Left untreated, crooked teeth with irregular spacing make cleaning harder and allow cavities to […]

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